Welcome to the Redondo Beach Fire Department

Redondo Beach Fire Department Measures Related to Novel Coronavirus

In keeping with the March 12, 2020 City Manager Proclamation of a Local Emergency due to the serious and imminent threat of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and today's March 16, 2020 Countywide Order by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, as of March 17th, the Redondo Beach Fire Department offices will be temporarily closed to the public. We are cancelling all events until further notice in an effort to help safeguard the community and city employees. Please check the City website at www.Redondo.org for any updated information.

The City of Redondo Beach is in cooperation with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to respond to the directives issued by Governor Newsom.  To ensure we are taking the appropriate actions to protect our residents against the spread of the Covid-19/Corona Virus, and out of an abundance of caution and concern for our residents, the Fire Department has decided to take the following preventative measures:
 
 • Postpone all fire prevention inspections. 

 • Reschedule non-essential meetings.

 • Cancel attendance to all on/off site public education events including station tours.

 • RBFD COVID-19 screening and decision making algorithm (see attachment).

 • Adjusted Plan Check/Building Inspection Procedures:

            Email BuildingRedondo@redondo.org for additional information/requests.

 

Assistance is available during the normal business hours of 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and every other Friday at (310) 318-0663. Due to the anticipated high volume of calls, you may have to leave a message. Your call will be returned within one business day. 

Please refer to the March 16, 2020 Press Release for further information. 

 

Assistance for older adults & adults with disabilities, please contact Beach Cities Health District at (310) 374-3426 ext. 256 (Mon – Fri., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.). https://www.bchd.org/coronavirus 

Subscribe to SouthBay Alert warning notification system.

          Text: 888777

          Enter Msg: alertsb

or download Everbridge mobile safety app.

 

For more information about 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health website at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov and the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

These web pages include guidance for individuals, employers, health care workers, and the like. Click the links below for more information from the County of Los Angeles Public Health Department. 

Guidance for Handwashing

Guidance for Parents of Young Children

Cleaning Guidance for Respiratory Illness in Group Settings

Guidance for Food Facilities

Guidance for Congregate Living Facilities

Guidance for Employers

Guidance for School Administrators 

Guidance for Faith Based Organizations

Preventing the Spread of Illness in the Home

 

 

Our mission is “Serving the community by protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention, education and emergency services.

Welcome to the Redondo Beach Fire Department web site. We hope the information provided will be helpful to you and your family. The Redondo Beach Fire Department is a full service Fire Department that provides fire suppression, emergency medical response, code enforcement and marine safety services. 

The Redondo Beach Fire Department provides its services from three Fire Stations strategically located within the City boundaries. Additionally, Fire Station #3 serves as the base for our Harbor Patrol unit providing services to all boaters within the Marina. The Redondo Beach Fire Department provides for the public’s safety by deploying and staffing a variety of emergency response vehicles. In addition to firefighting, the Department cross-trains its staff to provide special services such as emergency medical care, hazardous materials management, and special rescue operations.

The Department maintains two dedicated paramedic units, three fully staffed fire engines, a battalion chief, a 100’ ladder truck, a marine rescue/harbor patrol vessel, and a fire boat. Additional resources include a hazardous materials response unit and light/air support vehicle. These Department resources are available 24 hours a day for those in need.

The Fire Department responded to 6,817 incidents in 2016. These incidents were divided into 4,702 emergency medical incidents and 2,115 fire related incidents. Additional fire related incidents included assistance for hazardous spills, fire alarm system activations, investigations and public service calls. Many of these incidents required more than one responding unit, resulting in more than 10,000 total responses by emergency apparatus.

Red fire truck Engine 61 in driveway

Fire Station 1 - (Fire Administration); 401 S. Broadway, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Fire Station 2 - 2400 Grant Ave, Redondo Beach, CA 90278
Fire Station 3 - (Harbor Patrol); 280 Marina Way, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

You can contact us via email at
Redondo Beach Fire.
or (310)318-0663 

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Redondo Beach Rotary Club Firefighter of the Year 2019

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RBFD is proud to announce Brandon Lackey as the 2019 Redondo Beach Rotary Club Firefighter of the Year.


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Click here to read a featured article in The Beach Reporter about the new Fire Apparatus in the City of Redondo Beach!



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On October 2, 2018 the Redondo Beach Elks Lodge 1378 presented Division Chief Yang with the Firefighter of the Year Award.



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2018 Redondo Beach Firefighters Association Community Relief Fund Scholarship

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Congratulations to RUHS students Gabrielle Riter and Daniel Ramos. Both were recipients of the 2018 Redondo Beach Firefighters Association Community Relief Fund Scholarship.


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Redondo Rotary Club Firefighter of the Year for 2018

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Captain Gary Dailey was recognized today by the Redondo Rotary Club as its FF of the Year for 2018.


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Redondo Beach Firefighter/Harbor Patrol Officer David Poirier Jr. was awarded the Medal of Valor by President Donald Trump at the White House Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

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Click the following link to learn about our latest rescue near Redondo Pier. The article, featured in The Beach Reporter, describes the dramatic events that took place between the Redondo Beach Harbor Patrol, Los Angeles County Lifeguards, and a vessel in distress.

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County pamphlets are also available at public counters throughout City Hall as well as city Fire Stations, Police Department, Public Works and Community Services departments.



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