Since May 10th 1937, the Linden-Peters Fire District has provided fire protection and emergency response services. The department features one fire station that serves an area of approximately 127 square miles in the eastern portion of San Joaquin County. Our department responds to emergency calls in the communities of Linden, Peters, and surrounding areas. We also respond automatic-aid to neighboring fire districts and to mutual-aid requests throughout the state.”
We are a combination department of full-time and volunteer firefighters. Full-time firefighters work a 48-hour on-duty schedule with 96 hours off-duty. Our central focuses are fire protection and suppression, as well as emergency medical services and other types of specialized responses for our residents and visitors.
As of April 1, 2020, the ISO has awarded our fire district a rating of 02/2Y. This means that our department exceeds the national average in terms of preparedness and effectiveness.
Please reach out to us if you would like more information or to discuss our community outreach initiatives. Our firefighters offer educational demonstrations about fire safety and prevention, and occasionally, we host social fundraisers to update our equipment and capabilities.
We are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of emergency response service. The safety and wellbeing of everyone in our district is always our number one priority.