Our mission is to prevent or reduce damage to property from fire, storms or other hazardous conditions, to provide comfort and aid to those who are injured, ill, or at risk, and to prevent or limit damage to the environment resulting from hazardous materials spills and other events.

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Founded in 1955, the Anderson Valley Fire Department is operated by the Anderson Valley Community Services District and provides fire prevention and suppression, rescue, ” first responder ” emergency medical care and other services to the District, including the communities of Boonville, Philo, Navarro and Yorkville. The District begins at the Mendocino/Sonoma County line on Highway 128 and stretches approximately 40 miles to Flynn Creek Road in the redwoods. We provide services to approximately 200 square miles of coastal mountains and valleys.

The Anderson Valley Fire Department and the Anderson Valley Ambulance Service provide emergency response to the following emergencies (among others):

Structure Fires
Wildland Fires
Vehicle Fires
Hazardous Spills

Traffic Accidents
Medical Aids
Search and Rescue
Mutual Aid to Othe Deparments


This website focuses on the Anderson Valley Fire Department. Information on the Anderson Valley Ambulance Service can be found at: