About the Brisbane Fire Department

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The Brisbane Fire Department started as a volunteer organization in 1932 and in many ways was the organizational and administrative center around which the City was formed.  Shortly after the City's incorporation in 1961, the Fire Department in 1963 became a professional, career department. 

In 2003, in order to provide better service to the community, the Brisbane Fire Department became part of the North County Fire Authority (NCFA), which serves Brisbane, Daly City, and Pacifica.  The NFCA's Administraive office is located at:

10 Wembley Drive
Daly City, CA 94015
(650) 991-8138

Within each of the three cities NFCA serves, are their own fire station(s).  Brisbane's Fire Station (Station 81, shown above) is currently located at:

3445 Bayshore Boulevard
Brisbane, CA 94005
(415) 657-4300 (for non-emergency calls only)

Click here to read a Message Fire Chief Ron Myers and NCFA's committment to protect life, property, the environment, and to delivering the highest quality customer services to the citizens of Brisbane, Daly City, and Pacifica.

>>Note: Sand bags are not available at the Fire Station this year, but outside the Public Works Corp Yard fence on Tunnel Ave. & Lagoon Rd.  Click here for more info.

 

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