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  • Welcome to Lake Valley Fire Protection District

    Welcome to Lake Valley Fire Protection District

    It is the mission of the Lake Valley Fire Protection District to protect our community, its people, and environment, by providing the highest level of fire suppression, emergency medical, disaster, hazardous materials, and fire prevention Read More
  • Operations Division

    Operations Division

    The mission of the Operations Division is to protect our community's people, property and environment by conducting aggressive emergency operations to mitigate threats caused by fire, medical emergencies, hazardous materials, and disasters. Read More
  • Fire Prevention Division

    Fire Prevention Division

    The mission of the fire prevention division is to protect our community's people, property and environment by preventing emergencies through providing inspection, plan checking, and fire and life safety education services. The Fire Prevention Division Read More
  • Fire Adapted Community

    Fire Adapted Community

    A Fire Adapted Community acknowledges and takes responsibility for its wildfire risk, and implements appropriate actions at all levels. Actions address resident safety, homes, neighborhoods, businesses and infrastructure, forests, parks, open spaces and other community assets Read More
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Notice of Vacancy





Notice is hereby given that there is a vacancy for the position of Director-at-Large with the Lake Valley Fire Protection District.

The Board intends to interview and appoint a person to fill the vacancy on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at a Special Board Meeting beginning at 6:00 pm at the District Office, 2211 Keetak Street, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.

The District is currently seeking applicants to fill the vacant Board position. All applications should include a statement of interest and a resume. The applicant must be a resident and a qualified elector within the District. Board meetings are held monthly.

Applications should be filed with the Clerk of the Board, Kileigh Labrado at the District office in person, U.S. Mail, or emailed to  All applications must be received by 5:00 pm on Wed, Oct 18, 2017.

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Pre-Proposal Meeting

"Please RSVP if you plan on attending or calling in to the pre-proposal meeting on September 25, 2017.  Address all RSVPs to by Friday September 22, 2017."

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Request For Proposals for Services

Lake Valley Fire Protection District is seeking proposals for Phase-I of the Program Timberland Environmental Impact Report for the Lake Tahoe basin, California

Issue Date: September 18, 2017

RFP Due Date: 4:00 P.M. PST November 6, 2017

  • Questions and Inquiries Pertaining To The RFP Are Due on October 2, 2017 By 4:00 P.M. PST
  • Proposals Received After The Due Date Will Be Returned Unopened!

Download the RFP: PTEIR RFP Phase-I

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Green Sheet, Fire Captain Injury


Fire Captain Injury


Highway 50, Camp Sacramento



California Northern Region


On Sunday, August 27, 2017, at approximately 2:34 PM, a Lake Valley Fire Protection District Engine was returning from a traffic collision along Highway 50 in the Strawberry area of El Dorado County, California. While travelling eastbound around a sweeping left-hand curve on Highway 50, the front passenger door opened resulting in the Fire Captain being ejected out of the Fire Engine. The Fire Captain was flown toa local trauma center and is in stable condition.

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Curbside Chipping Program offers free services through October

Free Chipping Service

Lake Valley Fire Protection District would like to encourage homeowners to take advantage of its free curbside chipping service through the 2017 field season.  The chipping crew is actively responding to requests and will be available through the end of October, weather conditions permitting. This free service assists homeowners by converting slash and cut limbs into wood chips for use on their property.  This action reduces flammable vegetation and helps homeowners create defensible space to protect their property from the threat of wildfire. Services of the Lake Valley Curbside Chipping program are offered to district residents of El Dorado County, City of South Lake Tahoe, Fallen Leaf, and Alpine County. 

*** We are happy to announce the addition of the City of South Lake Tahoe to the chipping program this year.

Lake Valley FPD encourages any homeowners who have received a Fire Defensible Space Inspection this summer to complete fuel reduction recommendations while they are still pertinent and before snow falls this winter.   By taking advantage of free curbside chipping, fire defensible space work is more convenient and cost-effective for homeowners.           

It is important to have a properly stacked and located pile to help maximize crew efficiency.  Instructions are provided on Lake Valley FPD’s website (  When your pile is ready to be chipped, contact Lake Valley Fire Protection District at 530-577-CHIP (2447) to be added to the chipping schedule.  Lake Valley FPD’s free curbside chipping program is funded by Tahoe Network of Fire Adapted Communities Grant in conjunction with the Tahoe Resource Conservation District.

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