UC Davis Fire moving to a new dispatch center starting July 1st, 2018.
“This transition is intended to speed our response time, provide medical instructions to callers to help people before we arrive, prioritize the risk of reported emergencies and send the appropriate response based on each situation,” Trauernicht said in announcing the switch to the Yolo Emergency Communications Agency, or YECA.
June 1-7 is CPR/AED Awareness Week.
The UC Davis Fire Department invites you to be the difference in someone's life by learning hands-only CPR on June 4th and 6th. This is a free event; please come by anytime between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM at the MU Patio.
Help us build a heart-safe campus by joining our community of everyday heroes!
The UC Davis Fire Department has released its 2016-2017 Annual report.
Each year the UC Davis Fire Department shares an overview of highlights and accomplishments from the previous twelve months. General department information, response statistics, program details and more are reviewed.
Click on the image below to access the most recent annual report.
Rain did not stop first responders from trying to save the lives of people who had been hit by a box truck in the Yolo County Fairgrounds during a drill.
Dozens of volunteer victims and first responders spent the day setting up and executing the multi-casualty incident drill, which started with volunteers laying on the wet ground as rain continued to fall.