I am pleased to share with you my October 2016 Message from the Fire Chief. This is the 10th communication in a series of messages planned for distribution in 2016 to provide personnel with updates on key Department priorities and initiatives.
Fire Station 2 and members of the Palos Verdes Estates Police Department are getting to know residents during one-hour “Street Meets.”
Eleven Antelope Valley residents who have received Community Emergency Response Team training met and greeted about 250 people during an event for the Southern California Great ShakeOut on Oct. 20.
The 405 Freeway between the 22 and 605 freeways is dedicated to fallen Granite Mountain hotshot Kevin Woyjeck, the son of Los Angeles County Fire Captain Joe Woyjeck.