The West Point Fire Protection District is a combination paid and volunteer staff serving the rural communities of West Point and Wilseyville in the State of California. Located in Calaveras County along portions of Highway 26 between the north and south forks of the Mokelumne River, the district encompasses approximately 110 square miles in the Sierra Nevada mountains and foothills. To view a map of the district, click here.
The District serves a population of around 800 residents, staffing one station 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in West Point, with a second station in Wilseyville. Apparatus utilized include one Type I engine, two Type III engines, one 2200 gallon water tender and one utility vehicle.
Those of us at the West Point Fire Protection District hope that you find the information on our web site useful and informative. Feedback from the community and interested parties is welcome and encouraged. Please
contact us to let us know what you would like to see on our web site.
The West Point Fire Protection District is a dedicated organization of professionals who through adequate staffing and training will serve the community, protect life and property through prevention, education and emergency medical services.
Our vision is to evaluate the quality of life for all citizens within the District. Planning for growth, promoting teamwork and developing and maintaining partnerships to meet challenges with the highest degree of service and professionalism.
The West Point Fire Protection District Values:
- Commitment to excellence
- Taking care of our members
- Receptiveness to changes
- Community interest
- Accountable leadership
- High level of training and service
9 1 1
The West Point Fire
Protection District would like to remind you to call 9
1 1 for all emergencies.
More importantly, they would
also like you to use your Land Line based telephone,
this will connect you directly to the Calaveras County
9 1 1 system.
If you use your cellular
telephone, back it up with a call from your Land Line
based telephone or have a neighbor call from their
Land Line based telephone.
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