The Quincy Volunteer Fire Department, located in Plumas County, recently held their annual installation of officers dinner. Chief Robbie Cassou, served as Master of Ceremonies for the evenings activities, which included recognition of the various members of his department for their last year's achievements. [more]
California Casualty Lowers Rates for CSFA Members
California Casualty turned 100 this year, and you get the present! California Casualty is rolling back California home insurance rates. Effective April 1, 2014, CSFA members can expect an average savings of 25% on homeowners insurance*. The reduction extends to renters too. [Learn More]
Live Fire Training for Volunteers at NO COST
CSFA is actively working with SAFER grant funding to enhance the recruiting and retention efforts for the California fire service. Twenty four (six per year) 2-day live fire training courses geared towards the specifications for Fire Control 3 certification will take place across California. Burn buildings and trailers will be rented and facilitated by experienced instructors in locations that will provide convenience for participation. [Learn More]
Current SAFER Grant Offers Financial Incentives to Fire Chiefs
Currently, over 180 departments representing more than 4,500 Volunteer/Reserve Firefighters enjoy the additional protection and security this benefit program provides, again at no cost to the department. If you haven't enrolled your Volunteers, NOW is the time to do so! [more]
CSFA Surplus Equipment Program
If you have surplus fire and rescue equipment or are in critical need of equipment, please use the forms below to let us know.
The CSFA Steamer
Celebrating over 104 years of service, the horse drawn steam fire engine was fully restored to its original glory. Today, as a salute to the California Fire Service, and known as the "CSFA Steamer Team" this colorful display can be seen traveling throughout the state attending community events, in the interest of fire prevention and life safety education.