Los Angeles County Fire Department

Los Angles County Fire Department (LACoFD), established in 1923 with 174 stations covering 2,305 square miles in Los Angeles & Orange Counties including the areas of Acton, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Avalon, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Calabasas, Canyon Country, Carson, Castaic, Cerritos, Chatsworth, Claremont, Commerce, Covina, Diamond Bar, Duarte, East Los Angeles, Encino Hills, El Monte, Gardena, Glendora, Gorman, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Hawaiian Gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Huntington Park, Inglewood, Irwindale, Kagel Canyon, La Cañada Flintridge, La Cañada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Ladera Heights, La Habra, Lakewood, Lake Hughes, La Mirada, Lancaster, La Puente, Lawndale, Leona Valley, Littlerock, Lomita, Los Angeles, Lynwood, Malibu, Marina del Rey, Newhall, Norwalk, Palmdale, Palos Verdes Estates, Paramount, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Quartz Hill, Rancho Dominguez, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills Estates, Rosemead, Rowland Heights, San Dimas, San Gabriel, Santa Clarita, Saugus, Signal Hill, Southeast Hollywood, South El Monte, South Gate, Stevenson Ranch, Temple City, Topanga, Universal City, Valencia, View Park, West Hollywood, Westlake Village & Whitter.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department began in 1920 as the Los Angeles County Forestry Department & Los Angeles County Fire Protection Districts. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors enlisted Stuart J. Flintham to lead the new department, and directed him to establish a program for fire prevention and firefighting in the county. He succeeded in opening 30 Fire Protection Districts, which served, and continue to serve, towns and the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. Cities could choose to join the Fire Protection District by allocating property tax for this service. Cities formed as contract cities in the post-World War II period normally retained membership in the Fire Protection District. Following the passage of Proposition 13 in 1978, property taxes were capped at 1% and the Fire Department charged cities fees for services when annexation occurred. Properties within the district that are not covered under a fee for service arrangement also pay a special fire tax as a result of Proposition E, passed in 1997.

The LACoFD is the 6th busiest department in the United States, behind FDNY-New York City Fire Department, Chicago Fire Department, Houston Fire DepartmentLos Angeles City Fire Department, and Dallas Fire Department.

Station 1 – East Los Angeles
Station 2 – Palos Verdes Estates
*Station 3 – East Los Angeles
*Station 4 – Rosemead
*Station 5 – San Gabriel
Station 6 – Lomita
*Station 7 – West Hollywood
Station 8 – West Hollywood
*Station 10 – Carson
*Station 11 – Altadena
*Station 12 – Altadena
*Station 14 – Los Angeles
*Station 15 – Whittier
*Station 16 – Los Angeles
*Station 17 – Whittier
*Station 18 – Inglewood
*Station 19 – La Cañada Flintridge
*Station 20 – Norwalk
*Station 21 – Lawndale
*Station 22 – Commerce
*Station 23 – Bellflower
*Station 24 – Palmdale
*Station 25 – Pico Rivera
*Station 26 – La Puente
*Station 27 – Commerce
*Station 28 – Whittier
*Station 29 – Baldwin Park
*Station 30 – Cerritos
*Station 31 – Paramount
*Station 32 – Azusa
*Station 33 – Lancaster
*Station 34 – Hawaiian Gardens
*Station 35 – Cerritos
*Station 36 – Carson
*Station 37 – Palmdale
*Station 38 – View Park
Station 39 – Bell Gardens
*Station 40 – Pico Rivera
*Station 41 – Los Angeles
*Station 42 – Rosemead
*Station 43 – Industry
*Station 44 – Duarte
*Station 45 – Lakewood
*Station 47 – Temple City
*Station 48 – Irwindale
*Station 49 – La Mirada
*Station 50 – Commerce
*Station 51 – Universal City
*Station 52 – Southeast Hollywood
*Station 53 – Rancho Palos Verdes
*Station 54 – South Gate
*Station 55 – Avalon
*Station 56 – Palos Verdes Peninsula
*Station 57 – South Gate
*Station 58 – Ladera Heights
*Station 59 – Whittier
*Station 60 – Signal Hill
*Station 61 – Walnut
*Station 62 – Claremont
*Station 63 – La Crescenta
*Station 64 – San Dimas
*Station 65 – Agoura Hills
*Station 66 – Pasadena
*Station 67 – Calabasas
*Station 68 – Calabasas
Station 69 – Topanga
*Station 70 – Malibu
*Station 71 – Malibu
*Station 72 – Malibu
*Station 73 – Newhall
*Station 74 – Kagel Canyon
*Station 75 – Chatsworth
*Station 76 – Valencia
*Station 77 – Gorman
*Station 78 – Lake Hughes
*Station 79 – Pearblossom
*Station 80 – Acton
*Station 81 – Agua Dulce
*Station 82 – La Cañada Flintridge
Station 83 – Rancho Palos Verdes
*Station 84 – Quartz Hill
*Station 85 – Glendora
*Station 86 – Glendora
*Station 87 – La Puente
*Station 88 – Malibu
*Station 89 – Agoura Hills
*Station 90 – South El Monte
*Station 91 – Hacienda Heights
*Station 92 – Littlerock
*Station 93 – Palmdale
*Station 94 – Lakewood
*Station 95 – Gardena
*Station 96 – Whittier
*Station 97 – Azusa
*Station 98 – Bellflower
*Station 99 – Malibu
*Station 100 – Hermosa Beach
*Station 101 – Claremont
*Station 102 – Claremont
*Station 103 – Pico Rivera
*Station 104 – Saugus
*Station 105 – Rancho Dominguez
Station 106 – Rolling Hills Estates
*Station 107 – Canyon Country
*Station 108 – Santa Clarita
*Station 109 – Encino Hills
*Station 110 – Marina del Rey
*Station 111 – Saugus
*Station 112 – Antelope Acres
*Station 114 – Lake Los Angeles
*Station 115 – Norwalk
*Station 116 – Carson
*Station 117 – Lancaster
Station 118 – Industry
*Station 119 – Walnut
*Station 120 – Diamond Bar
*Station 121 – Diamond Bar
*Station 122 – Lakewood
*Station 123 – Santa Clarita
*Station 124 – Stevenson Ranch
*Station 125 – Calabasas
*Station 126 – Valencia
Station 127 – Carson
*Station 128 – Santa Clarita
*Station 129 – Lancaster
*Station 130 – Lancaster
*Station 131 – Palmdale
*Station 132 – Santa Clarita
*Station 134 – Lancaster
*Station 135 – Lancaster
*Station 136 – Palmdale
*Station 140 – Leona Valley
*Station 141 – San Dimas
*Station 143 – Castaic
*Station 144 – Westlake Village
Station 145 – Rowland Heights
*Station 146 – Walnut
*Station 147 – Lynwood
*Station 148 – Lynwood
*Station 149 – Castaic
*Station 150 – Santa Clarita
*Station 151 – Glendora
*Station 152 – Covina
*Station 153 – Covina
*Station 154 – Covina
*Station 156 – Valencia
*Station 157 – Green Valley
*Station 158 – Gardena
*Station 159 – Gardena
Station 160 – Hawthorne
*Station 161 – Hawthorne
*Station 162 – Hawthorne
*Station 163 – Bell
*Station 164 – Huntington Park
*Station 165 – Huntington Park
*Station 166 – El Monte
*Station 167 – El Monte
*Station 168 – El Monte
*Station 169 – El Monte
*Station 170 – Inglewood
*Station 171 – Inglewood
*Station 172 – Inglewood
*Station 173 – Inglewood
*Station 182 – Pomona
*Station 183 – Pomona
*Station 184 – Pomona
*Station 184 – Pomona
*Station 186 – Pomona
*Station 187 – Pomona
*Station 188 – Pomona
*Station 191 – La Habra
*Station 192 – La Habra
*Station 193 – La Habra
*Station 194 – La Habra / La Mirada
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