Proudly serving Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Sand City, Presidio of Monterey,
Naval Postgraduate School, La Mesa Village and Monterey Regional Airport


Administrative Office
Monterey Fire Department
610 Pacific Street
Monterey, CA 93940

Phone: (831) 646-3900
Fax: (831) 646-3723
Non-Emergency: (831) 646-3914

Fire Stations

We have 6 fire stations in the cities of Monterey, Pacific Grove, and Carmel-by-the-Sea:

  • Station No. 11 – 600 Pacific St., Monterey
    (831) 646-3905
  • Station No. 12 – 582 Hawthorne St., Monterey
    (831) 646-3906
  • Station No. 13 – 401 Dela Vina Ave., Monterey
    (831) 646-3907
  • Station No. 14 – 600 Pine Ave., Pacific Grove
    (831) 242-8733
  • Station No. 15 – On 6th Ave. between Mission and San Carlos Streets, Carmel-by-the-Sea
    (831) 242-8735
  • Station No. 16 – 150 Olmsted Way, Monterey Regional Airport
    (831) 242-8765

Our Mission

"Our mission is to provide emergency medical aid, fire prevention, public education, suppression, disaster response, and related emergency services to the members and guests of our community."

Latest Fire News

12 December 2017
Update on the Southern Cal Fires and Mutual Aid Status - Updated Dec. 12, 2017

Update on the Southern Cal Fires and Mutual Aid Status - Updated Dec. 12, 2017

Here are some statistics on the current deployment for the Southern California firefight. California has a great mutual aid system which is being supplemented by help from other states and the federal government.

Monterey Fire Dept has 3 engines out with 4 personnel each and 1 person assigned to an overhead position (total of 13 personnel). It is anticipated that Monterey Fire personnel will be gone for another week. View Larger

FD Mutual Aid Graphic

01 December 2017
Monterey Firemen's Charitable Association Annual Toy Drive

Monterey Firemen's Charitable Association Annual Toy Drive

Contact: Felix Colello (831) 601-7900
For Immediate Release

MONTEREY FIREMEN'S CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL TOY DRIVE

Monterey, CA – The Monterey Firemen’s Charitable Association, a nonprofit organization comprised of members of Monterey Fire Department, is now accepting donations of unwrapped NEW toys for its annual Toy Drive to assist families who are not able to provide gifts for their children this holiday season. Presents will be delivered to families in need December 16 and 17.  

20 October 2017
PG&E Better Together Giving Program Grant

PG&E Better Together Giving Program Grant

The City of Monterey was awarded a $1,500 grant from the Pacific Gas and Electric Company Better Together Giving Program. The funds will be used to purchase portable carbon monoxide detectors and other emergency supplies.

01 September 2017
9-1-1 Call if you can, text if you can't

9-1-1 Call if you can, text if you can't

9-1-1 text messageCALL IF YOU CAN, TEXT IF YOU CAN'T... that is the message being spread by Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito County emergency communications centers. You can now text 911 to reach emergency responders in the tri-county area. Texting to 9-1-1 can be a benefit to those who are hearing impaired or in a situation where calling may put them at a greater risk such as domestic violence, while hiding from an intruder, or in a vehicle being driven by a drunk driver.

Texting 9-1-1 should be used as a last resort as calling 9-1-1 is faster; text messages can take longer to receive and may come in out of sequence. Location accuracy isn’t always as good as calling and, if you’re roaming or the text can’t get through, it will bounce back with a message saying “call 9-1-1."

Currently there are no language translation services available; all text messages to 9-1-1 must be in English using the Latin (regular) character set. The text messages should not include acronyms, emojis, or photos and they cannot be sent as a group message.

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled and the service is unavailable, use a teletypewriter or TTY if available.

23 May 2017
05/23/2017: Monterey Fire Receives State Reimbursement for Response to 2016 Soberanes Fire

05/23/2017: Monterey Fire Receives State Reimbursement for Response to 2016 Soberanes Fire

The City of Monterey received $377,000 from the California Office of Emergency Services (OES) last week, specifically to reimburse for the Monterey Fire Department’s response to the Soberanes Fire.

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