Fire Department

Garden Grove Fire Department LogoThe Garden Grove Fire Department was established in 1926, and is a full-service fire department. The Department serves a community of over 170,000 people year round. Service is provided out of seven fire stations strategically located throughout a diverse city. The City is home to over 5,000 businesses that include industrial facilities, multiple high rise structures, hospital and medical center, and the Christ Cathedral. It is led by Fire Chief Tom Schultz, and has 92 sworn fire fighters.

Mission: "To promote Performance Excellence through rapid response, proactive training, prevention, and preparedness programs, while maintaining a high level of efficiency and well-being for our community."

It Only Takes Seconds For A Drowning To Occur

The weather is warming up, and that means there is going to be water activity. If you are going to be in or around swimming pools or bodies of water, Please follow the ABCs of Water Safety because it only takes seconds for a drowning to occur. Tragically, Garden Grove had eight drownings last year, and all of them could have been avoided. >>Read more

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The Garden Grove Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a volunteer organization within The Garden Grove Fire Department. The Purpose of Garden Grove CERT: To instruct workers and residents of Garden Grove how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a disaster. Our motto is: "Neighbors Helping Neighbors," and we believe in proving you the training and tools to help yourself, your family and your community. >>Read more

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Established in 1978, North Net Training Center is managed in cooperative agreement with the cities of Anaheim, Garden Grove, and Orange. The facility develops and administers various educational and training programs for partnering agencies, including the Garden Grove Fire Department. >> Read More

Pulse Point LogoPulsePoint is a free app that alerts CPR-trained citizens by smartphone of sudden cardiac arrest emergencies in their proximity and provides the location of the nearest public access automated external defibrillator. Deployment of the PulsePoint app can significantly strengthen the "chain of survival" by improving bystander response to sudden cardiac arrest victims and increasing the chance that lifesaving steps will be taken prior to the arrival of EMS professionals. Download the free PulsePoint app today and help save a life!