Administration Building (Across from City Hall)
1711 Tucker Street
Selma, CA 93662
The Selma Fire Department was established in 1889 as an all volunteer fire department. Today we proudly protect over 24,000 people in an area of six square miles. We operate out of two fire stations that protect a wide range of commercial, business and residential property. Selma is a merging point of two major transportation routes, Freeway 99 and Highway 43.
The Selma Fire Department is committed to providing the highest level of public service to the citizens of Selma and our surrounding communities. We do so by taking an all-hazards approach while protecting life, property, and the environment as we maintain a continuous pursuit of excellence in our profession.
Our staffing consists of 21 full-time personnel including the fire chief, fire marshal, and 19 firefighting personnel, seven of which are certified paramedics. The department also consists of 10 reserve firefighting personnel.
The fire department thanks you for visiting our place on the web. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the department at the phone number listed below.
Fire Service and EMS Related Links
- Calfire Main Page
- California Emergency Medical Services Authority
- California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services
- Department of Homeland Security
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- United States Fire Administration
- International Association of Fire Chiefs
- International Association of Firefighters
- National Fire Protection Association