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  • Incident Statistics

    Statistics for the week of 8/3/2020 to 8/9/2020

    Fire:368

    Medical Emergency:2,740

    Haz Mats/FMS:43

    Misc:126

    2020 YTD Total: 101,101

    2019 YTD Total: 101,961

    As of August 9, 2020, Riverside County incidents have increased -0.84% from last year.

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Riverside County Fire Department News 

  • COUNTY FIRE CHIEF CLOSES HAZARDOUS HIKING AREAS DUE TO FIRE DANGER

    CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Chief, Shawn C. Newman received approval from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to immediately close seven hazardous fire areas throughout the region effective Monday, June 8, 2020.

  • CAL FIRE SUSPENDS BURN PERMITS IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY

    Increasing fire danger by dead grass & hotter, drier conditions in the region is prompting CAL FIRE & the County of Riverside to suspend all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State & Local Responsibility Area of Riverside County.

  • Cool Centers Open Throughout Riverside County

    With temperatures expected to remain in the triple digits through portions of Riverside County, cool centers are opening June 1st, with modifications to accommodate COVID19 safety guidelines.

  • Idyllwild Area Mountain Communities Cost-Sharing Tree Removal & Treatment Program

    A grant that awarded to Riverside County will cover up to 75% of the expense to treat your property.

  • COVID-19 INFORMATION

    For information pertaining to COVID-19 please visit Riverside County's Public Health department or the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • Riverside County Fire Department Notice to Abate & Year Round Hazard Reduction

    On January 1, 2020, property/parcel owners in unincorporated areas of Riverside County will now receive “Notice of Violation and Order to Abate” letters throughout the year rather than early spring.

  • Buy It Where You Burn It

    Moving firewood can spread invasive species. Keeping firewood local keeps the pests and diseases in the wood local, rather than spreading them to other locations.

  • Looking For A Job?

    Are you looking to start a new career? Below you will find two separate links that will direct you to job listings within Riverside County and the State of California.

​Live Incident Feed

Live Incident Feed

Last Auto Refresh: 8/12/2020 5:09 PM

Street Community Call Type Incident Date/Time
NEER ST HOMELAND Medical 08/12/2020 05:04 PM
QUARTZ WY ANZA Medical 08/12/2020 05:04 PM
E 4TH ST /S REDLANDS PERRIS Fire 08/12/2020 04:57 PM
ST HELENA CT INDIAN WELLS Medical 08/12/2020 04:56 PM
MONTEREY AV PALM DESERT Medical 08/12/2020 04:56 PM
20TH AV DESERT HOT SPRINGS Medical 08/12/2020 04:54 PM
HAUN RD / NEWPORT MENIFEE Fire 08/12/2020 04:54 PM
KENTIA PALM DR HOMELAND Medical 08/12/2020 04:51 PM
RAINBOW DR PALM DESERT Medical 08/12/2020 04:48 PM
WOODWARD ST MEAD VALLEY Medical 08/12/2020 04:45 PM
ORTEGA HY /N MAIN EL CARISO Medical 08/12/2020 04:43 PM
PAROSELLA ST PALM DESERT Medical 08/12/2020 04:33 PM
HUDSON CT PALM DESERT Medical 08/12/2020 04:25 PM
MONROE ST / HY INDIO Medical 08/12/2020 04:21 PM
WILLOW TEMECULA Fire 08/12/2020 04:08 PM
CAJALCO RD / EL PERRIS Medical 08/12/2020 04:01 PM
BROADWAY BLYTHE Fire 08/12/2020 03:18 PM
MICHIGAN BEAUMONT Fire 08/12/2020 02:32 PM
APPLE CHERRY VALLEY Fire 07/31/2020 04:55 PM

 

​Incident Fact Sheets 

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  • Kid’s Fire Safety

    Fire safety education programs are key in teaching youths at an early age the dangers of curiosity associated with fire and steps to avoid getting injured or starting a fire; whether accidental or intentional.