If an emergency occurs at your home and you aren’t able to communicate with first responders, your Vial of Life will be able to “speak” for you...
Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria and the October California Wildfires. Many of our community members have asked how they can help. According to FEMA, the best way to help is with cash donations to trusted organizations.
The City of Culver City was awarded an Assistance to Firefighters Grant to aid its citizens who lack working smoke alarms in their residences.
On May 23, the Culver City Fire Department sent a brush clearance letter to all community members residing in moderate, severe and very high fire hazard severity zones in Culver City.
When a recent structure fire resulted in the displacement of seven people, the Red Cross and SAVE Program were there to help.
Culver City Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will offer Refresher Skills Training for Current CERT Members in March 2017.
Zika is a disease caused by a virus (germ) that spreads to people mostly by mosquito bites. Infected men can also spread Zika to their sexual partners. It causes illness mainly in people living in areas of Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico. In January 2016, Zika was found for the first time in the United States in someone who traveled to Central America.
06/09/2016 11:16 AM
Can you spare 5 minutes to learn how to save someone's life? Join us on June 2nd.
05/03/2016 4:36 PM
Fire Service Day will be held on Saturday, May 7th from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM at Fire Station 1.
Water First is a program for Culver City residents to purchase 55 gallon water containers for their personal disaster supplies at a discounted bulk price.
04/19/2016 7:25 AM
Zika is a type of virus that is spread mainly through mosquito bites.
02/18/2016 3:22 PM
Best wishes from the CCFD for a safe and happy holiday season. Here are some helpful safety tips...
Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for cooking fires. The Culver City Fire Department encourages you to be safe...
As you prepare for Halloween this year, the Culver City Fire Department wants you to keep a few safety tips in mind...
New West Nile Virus (WNV) activity in the environment continues to be detected all across the county. Learn more about WNV and what you can do to lower your risk of getting mosquito bites.
Throughout the month, Culver City Firefighters will again be wearing pink to support those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer. Join them and show your support by purchasing a Culver City Fire Department pink T-shirt.
The Culver City Fire Department announces the launch of its new Ambulance Operator Program.
CCFD recently launched Official Facebook and Twitter accounts to better connect with the Culver City community.