• Pasadena Fire Department

Pasadena Fire Department

  • Fire Safety Priorities Survey

    Personnel at Pasadena’s seven fire stations respond to approximately 15,000 calls for service each year.  In the event of a major earthquake the personnel and equipment they house will be the first to respond.  However, an independent analysis indicated that all but one of the stations is at risk of failure in the event of a major earthquake.

    At the same time, state seizures of local funds have dramatically reduced the city’s resources and we have limited funds to make these urgent repairs to our fire stations or to make other basic safety upgrades to important city infrastructure.

    Public input is important as we move forward. Please take a few minutes to send us your fire-safety priorities and comments.


     1.  Please prioritize the following from 1-6, with 1 being your highest priority and 6 your lowest.  

      Ensure 9-1-1 response times in the event of a major earthquake
      Repair public facilities, such as community centers, that serve as emergency shelters
      Repair, upgrade/replace fire stations as necessary
      Repair sidewalks
      Give responders the ability to control traffic signals to improve response time and safety
      Make only the most minimal repairs to keep stations from failing in an earthquake


    2.  Which of the following statements best matches your opinion?  


    3. Your Information (optional) 



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