Some Valencia County communities are at increased risk of catastrophic wildfire because of heavy weed infestations around homes and structures.
Code Enforcement & Emergency Services
Valencia County Residents
To work on
Defensible Space around your homes
Remove weeds and brush 30 feet around your house and en-sure yard areas are regularly maintained to prevent future weed encroachment on residences
Help us protect your property from wildfires!
Valencia County Fire Administration Office
Valencia County Code Enforcement Office
Valencia County has 8 fire districts, 2 substations and 6 Medical Rescues.
The duties and responsibilities of the fire administration office are to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Career Firefighter / EMT’s and Oversee Counties Volunteer Fire Departments.
The fire administration office provides career Firefighter / EMT response during the hours of 8:00am to 11:00pm 7 days a week. We provide public inspections of buildings and properties within Valencia County. The fire administration office also provides investigations of all structure fires and provides reports of said fires to the proper authorities.
The Office is open Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm and is closed for lunch daily from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.
Our Mission is to exceed the standard in Emergency Care, Fire Suppression, and Hazard Mitigation through professionalism, prevention, and public education.
Valencia County is committed to excellence in emergency mitigation of fire, EMS and Technical rescue incidents through professionalism, leadership, and training.
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