Fire Department
The firefighting professionals and staff of the Turlock Fire Department (TFD) are proud to serve the citizens of the City of Turlock in Stanislaus County. Turlock is geographically located in the center of the San Joaquin Valley of California. It is the second largest City in Stanislaus County and is located along the Highway 99 corridor.

Responding to approximately 7,000 calls for service each year (from 4 Fire Stations), TFD is a high-performance fire department. In terms of critical infrastructure, TFD is the emergency service provider for a number of high-hazard occupancies, including commercial processing facilities; 1 hospital with an emergency department; the Stanislaus County Fair Grounds; and California State University Stanislaus, with a student population of more than 9,000 on a 228-acre campus.
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JOIN OUR TEAM
Information about working as a firefighter in Turlock, our explorer program, and how to join us for a ride along.

SERVICES
Services we offer, including smoke detector changes, home safety inspections, station tours, school site presentations, incident reports, and bike licensing.

CPR CLASSES
We partner with American Safety Health Institute to offer CPR classes. Find out when and where we are offering a CPR class.

SAFETY & FIRE PREPAREDNESS
Learn how to be ready to keep you and your family safe in the event of a fire.

BUSINESSES & DEVELOPERS
Information for those opening or running a business or developing in Turlock.

ABOUT US
Learn about our history, how we are structured, our service statistics, our other operations, and our Santa truck tours every December.

SANTA TRUCK
Our Santa truck tours every December.
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As the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack approaches, the Turlock Fire Department intends to continue the tradition of acknowledging and honoring the sacrifices made by so many first responders and civilians. Due to steadily increasing COVID-19 cases throughout Stanislaus County, the decision has been made to forego our annual 9/11 ceremony to which the community has always been invited. In place of the ceremony, each fire station throughout the city will engage in a small private ceremony in observance of this day. We encourage the public to do the same in the safety of their own home. Our hope is to return to our traditional ceremony in 2022 which will include an open invitation to citizens throughout the community.
Posted on Facebook 17 days ago

Yesterday evening, Turlock Firefighters on OES E339 returned home from their deployment to the #DixieFire as part of Task Force #4806. OES E339 has been deployed since August 9th. The returning crew had been deployed for 2 weeks and was the relief crew for the original crew who took it out. Welcome Home. #Turlock #TurlockFire #CalOES
Posted on Facebook 18 days ago

**advisory**911 lines in our area are experiencing intermittent interruptions

Posted on Twitter 19 days ago

**UPDATE** September 6 2021 All issues with the 911 lines have been fixed **advisory** 911 lines in our area are experiencing intermittent interruptions
Posted on Facebook 20 days ago

Interim Fire Chief Gary Carlson announced his retirement on Wednesday via email and official press release. Chief Carlson has worked for the Turlock Fire Department for the past 24 years. Chief Carlson is well respected for his dedication and professionalism

Posted on Twitter 29 days ago

Interim Fire Chief Gary Carlson announced his retirement on Wednesday via email and official press release. Chief Carlson has worked for the Turlock Fire Department for the past 24 years. Chief Carlson is well respected for his dedication to both the community and the Turlock Fire Department. Chief Carlson's last official day will be September 14th. #Turlock #TurlockFire
Posted on Facebook 29 days ago





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