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For Information Regarding the SRA Fire Fee, CLICK HERE.

To submit an online HAZARD COMPLAINT FORM, CLICK HERE.

Next Scheduled Fire Board Meeting:

Regular Board Meeting:

Tuesday, December 9, 2014, at 5:30 p.m.
River Park Fire Administration Building
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Scheduled Meeting Information

Budget and Audit Information

Lakeside Fire District Final Budget FY 14-15
Lakeside Fire District Audit Report 6-30-14
Capital Funding Plan 2014-2015

Fire District Ordinances

2014 Consolidated County Fire Code

Our District

The Lakeside Fire Protection District in San Diego County is home to over 60,000 residents living in the communities of Lakeside, Eucalyptus Hills, Moreno, Winter Gardens, Lakeview, Johnstown, Blossom Valley, Flinn Springs, Pepper Dr. and other areas of unincorporated El Cajon. Our service area is primarily suburban residential but also has several core commercial zones, some light industry, and many rural/agricultural properties. The district also has a significant wildland/urban interface.

The Lakeside Fire District is proud to have been an original participant in the Heartland Mutual Aid Pact and continues to operate the longest running paramedic program in San Diego County.

Our Mission

The Lakeside Fire Department is dedicated to the prevention and suppression of fire; the emergency treatment and transportation of the ill and injured; and those duties that provide for protection of life, property, and the environment.