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City of Calistoga Fire Department
1113 Washington St, Calistoga, CA 94515
The City of Calistoga Fire Department oversees fire protection, prevention and education for the city. It respondsMore to fires, natural disasters and public safety and medical emergencies within Calistoga and throughout Napa and Sonoma County. It responds to around 1,000 emergencies within the 96-square-mile area annually. Steve Campbell is the fire chief.
Napa County Fire Department
1199 Big Tree Rd, Saint Helena, CA 94574-9711
This is the office of the Napa Country Fire Department. It oversees fire stations in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena andMore Greenwood Ranch. It is responcible for organizational management of paid and volunteer personnel.
Napa County Fire Department
7401 Solano Ave, Yountville, CA 94599-1449
The Napa County Fire Department provides emergency and fire services to the municipality of Yountville. It responds toMore emergency calls 24 hours a day and has been active since 1932.
Best Fire Equipment
918 Enterprise Way, Suite D, Napa, CA 94558
Best Fire Equipment provides the Napa Valley with a complete line of Fire and Life Safety products and services toMore ensure occupant safety in case of an emergency. The company staff consists of licensed, insured and fully trained fire equipment technicians. It provides products and services to a variety of industries including airports, hotels, warehouses, wineries, medical facilities, fire departments and more. For more details on its products and services, please call the number provided or visit their comprehensive website.
City of Calistoga - City Hall
1232 Washington St, Calistoga, CA 94515
The City of Calistoga City Hall houses many administrative departments, including building standards, cityMore attorney, clerk and manager, city council, finance and emergency services, fire department, recreation division and the planning and building department.
Napa Firefighters Museum
1201 Main St, Napa, CA 94559

The Napa Firefighters Museum was started by an active duty group of volunteers as they retired from duty and saw theMore older fire engines collecting dust.

On display are an 1859 Jeffer Hand Pumper from when the downtown Fire Department was called Pioneer Company 1 1931. At the time, the Tannery's Fire Brigade, along with other hosing companies, worked on a volunteer basis. It was in July of 1906 that the City of Napa incorporated the latter-day Fire Department.

The Napa Fire Department maintained its equipment so well that it exceeded national standards, and lasted well beyond expectation. The Napa Firefighter Museum continues in that tradition in preserving Napa's history to this day. This is a must-see destination for firefighters from all over the world. Admission is free. Tax deductible donations are greatly appreciated. School tours and scheduled tours may be booked in advance.

City of Napa Police Department
1539 1st St, Napa, CA 94559
Located just next door to City Hall, Napa's police department shares a building with the administration offices of theMore city fire department. The local force handles everything from barking dogs to capital crimes and strictly enforces laws against driving under the influence, domestic abuse and gang activity. Napa police welcome citizen tips, but do not accept anonymous complaints.