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NFSThere are two fire stations on The Sea Ranch and one in Annapolis. The station at 39250 South Highway 1 just south of The Sea Ranch Chapel is the "North Station", and is staffed by NSCFPD as needed. Most volunteer firefighters from The Sea Ranch area report to this station when called out. Two fire engines, a salvage truck and a utility truck are housed at the North Station. NSCFPD staff this station when CAL FIRE personnel are called out, so that an immediate response is possible should a second call come in. The North Station is wholly owned by the TSRVFD, a non-profit organization, and maintained using TSRVFD funds, not property tax. TSRVFD fundraisers and contributions to the TSRVFD support the maintenance and improvement of the North Station.
SouthStationThe station at 960 Annapolis Road (between the TSRA and TSR Water Company offices) is the South Station, and is staffed 24/7 by CAL FIRE. One engine and one rescue squad are housed at the South Station. During the fire season, additional CAL FIRE staff is also on duty at the South Station to support CAL FIRE’s mission to provide fire services throughout the state. An additional CAL FIRE wildfire engine is available at this station during the fire season. The South Station is owned by CAL FIRE.
AnnapolisStationThe Annapolis station is at 32700 Annapolis Road, on the grounds of the county equipment yard.  This station houses one rescue squad, one fire engine and one water tender, and is where volunteers in the Annapolis area respond to to pick up equipment.  The station is owned by Sonoma County, which grants a license to NSCFPD to use the station.



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    We are always happy to see rain...although recent events have been a bit too much of a good thing.  I thank the incredible team of volunteer firefighters, CAL FIRE, TSRA Staff, and public agencies...

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Residential pile burning no longer requires a CAL FIRE permit as of December 11, 2022.  NSCFPD is in the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District (NSCAPCD). You can find your air quality district here. See here for residential debris burn permit information from CAL FIRE.

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