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Here you will find tidbits of interest about West Point Fire Protection District and happenings around the station. Whether it is an intern's graduation or important information affecting the community, our goal is to keep the West Point and Wilseyville communities informed about your fire department. Scroll down and/or Click on the links to access the news article.

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Strike Team 4061-C  - Nov 8

E312 - West Point

Immediate need to the Camp Incident for more info click here


Strike Team ##### - July 25

Assemble and meet at Sacramento Airport

E31x - West Point

Immediate need to the Carr Incident for more info click here


Update: This Task Force was reassigned to the County Fire then to the Klamathon Fire before being disbanded in mid-July

Calaveras County Task Force - June 29, 2018  


E312 - West Point
E167 - San Andreas
E132 - Calaveras Consolidated
WT121 - Central Calaveras

Immediate need to the Waverly Incident for more info click here


Notice of
a Hearing of the
Board of Directors

West Point Fire Protection District

To:  West Point Fire Protection District Residents

You are hereby notified that a public hearing with the Board of Directors of the above corporation will be held on April 10, 2018, at 6:30pm, at 195 Spink Rd, West Point, California.

The purpose of the hearing is to review and accept public comments of a Special Tax measure for the November 2018 ballot.

Date of Notice:  March 16, 2018


Former Board member Jory Kleven Honored

At the Board of directors meeting on Oct 10. Retired Board member Jory Kleven was honored for is years of service to the West Point Fire Protection District. Jory was a outstand member of this board, we wish him happiness in his retirement.

Point Fire

West Point Fire's summary for this incident is coming. Please be patience, we are extremely busy with mop up activities. 

Click here for information on the Point Fire from Cal Fire 

Calaveras Enterprise Newspaper article 

CBS 13 Sacramento News report 

CBS 13 Sacramento News report - 2 

Fox 40 Sacramento News report 

My Motherlode News article 

KCRA 3 News report 



Please congratulate Battalion Chief Bill Fullerton who was appointed to the position of operational area coordinator for the Calaveras County Office of Emergency Services by the Calaveras County Fire Chiefs Association

Article in the Calaveras Enterprise 

Strike Team XCA4061 - Sep 1, 2017  

Assemble and meet at Murphys Station 

E313 - West Point
E152 - Mokelumne Hill
E238 - Copperopolis
E133 - Calaveras Consolidated
E213 - Angels Camp

Immediate need to the Railroad Incident USFS <CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON THE FIRE>


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photo courtesy of Central Calaveras Fire


Plaque Presentation

The West Point - Wilseyville Fire Association officially presents the District with a plaque for the work they did during the Butte Fire.

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Left to Right: WPFPD Director Steve Schoenthaler, WPWFA President Carolyn Oliver, Chief Jim Carroll, Supervisor Jack Garamendi. 


Please congratulate Terry Miller who was promoted from Captain to Assistant Chief. 
Also congratulations go out to Bill Fullerton who was promoted from Captain to Battalion Chief. 

West Point Fire in the News

West Point Capt. Terry Miller was able to show off our new engine that was lost in the Butte Fire. Due to the generosity of Firehouse Subs and their customers, We were able to replace Eng 312 that was lost during the Fire. 

Check out this article in the Pine Tree  

Then check out this news item on Channel 3 KCRA 

New Chief Vehicle

We have received the new chief's vehicle, it's a crew cab 4wd Truck. It needed the labeling and radios, but it sure looks NICE.

Pictures to be forth coming.

Milestone reached

On Nov 23, 2016 West Point Fire responded to call #500 for the year!!!
Stay tuned for some more statistics, as a 10 year look is being compiled.



--- UPDATE 4060C CREW SWAP AUG 30, 2016 ---

Strike Team 4060C - Aug 13, 2016  

Assemble and meet at CalCo Valley Springs Station 

  110 - Strike Team Leader
E312 - West Point
E152 - Mokelumne Hill
E238 - Copperopolis
E133 - Calaveras Consolidated
E213 - Angels Camp

Immediate need to the Clayton Incident LNU <CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON THE FIRE>



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Tree Mortality

"Millions of trees in the Sierras and Central Coast are continuing to die off at an alarming rate from a lethal combination of drought, a bark beetle epidemic and warmer temperatures."  --- trees.calaverasgov.us


Visit this Calaveras County Web Page http://trees.calaverasgov.us/ for more information on this epidemic.
Cal Fire has an Tree Mortality Task Force Web Page http://www.fire.ca.gov/treetaskforce .


___ UPDATE 4058C - AUG 11,  at 1400 --  HOME SAFE AFTER 19 DAYS ____

Strike Team 4058C - July 25, 2016  --- UPDATE 4058C CREW SWAP AUG 5, 2016 --- 

Assemble and meet at Copperopolis Station 1:

Capt 312 - Strike Team Leader
E313 - West Point
E152 - Mokelumne Hill
E238 - Copperopolis
E133 - Calaveras Consolidated
E168 - San Andreas

Assigned to the Soberanes Fire <CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON THE FIRE>


More pictures to follow ...


Work almost completed on Engine 317

The work on Engine 317 is progressing nicely, with new communications equipment, tires and rims. Before you know it, you will see E317 going down the road to a call or being sent out on a strike team assignment. Here are some candid photos of Capt Terry giving the engine compartment a final look before he closes the hood.



Let there be Light ...

The station is getting new energy efficient LED lights. Capt Bill applied and received an energy grant, the grant includes entry doors, insulation and LED station lights. The new lights are over the bay doors and parking area in front of the station, a new spot light for the flag and a new flood lamp in the back of the station. We will also be installing other lamps around the station to brighten things up.

All the lights have been installed at Station 1. There is now a good amount of light to brighten up all the dark areas, that make the station safer at night.


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