The Selma Fire Department was established
in 1889 as an all volunteer fire department. Today we
proudly protect over 24,000 people in an area of six square
miles. We operate out of two fire stations that protect a
wide range of commercial, business and residential property.
Selma is a merging point of two major transportation routes,
Freeway 99 and Highway 43.
The Selma Fire Department is a combination department
that strives to minimize loss from fire, hazardous material
incidents, natural disasters and other emergency situations
while providing emergency medical services at the Emergency Medical
Technician – Paramedic/ Engine. Our ambulance service is Provided
by American ambulance and covers over
150 square miles in and around Selma within Fresno County.
Our staffing consists of a full-time fire
chief, 21 full-time
firefighting personnel, seven of which are certified paramedics,
full-time Fire Inspector/Code Enforcement
and Part-time department secretary. The full-time staff is augmented
by 15 reserve firefighters.
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