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  1. Fire Department

    Physical Address
    1635 Broadway Avenue
    Seaside, CA 93955

    Phone: 831-899-6790
    Fax: 831-899-6261

At this time, the Seaside Fire Department has suspended all Training and Public Education Programs. 


Contact Us

We may not be able to host events or field trips or visits to the classroom at this time due to COVID-19, but if you would like information on what and how to present to your classroom, give us a call and we can help you set up a classroom presentation.  

Call us at 831-899-6790.


Public Education ProgramsCrowd viewing demonstration at Fire Department Open House

In an effort to safeguard Seaside's citizens, we have an active public education program covering a variety of topics, which include:

  • Babysitter Safety
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Car Seat Installations
  • CPR Program
  • Fire Engine visits to schools
  • Fire Extinguisher Demonstrations
  • Fire Safety and Prevention
  • Fire Station Tours
  • Holiday Safety
  • In-School Reading Programs
  • Knox Box Installation Program
  • Senior Citizen Safety
  • Smoke Detector Installation Program
  • Juvenile Fire Setter Program

Seaside Fire Department apparatus parked at fire station

Equipment

View pictures of the fire apparatus we have!

Safety Tips

 Helpful information for residents, businesses and visitors:

Programs & Procedures

Below are a few of the programs and procedures that the Seaside Fire Department uses to assist with Fire Prevention efforts for residents and businesses within the City.

Building Plan Checks

View a list of items your contractor needs to submit in order for your plan to become approved.

Inspections

Find inspection information for apartments and businesses in Seaside.

Knox Box Loaner Program

A Knox Box is a rapid-entry system designed to provide secure emergency access to a home or property to those living alone or with a history of medical problems.

Tent Permits

If you wish to use a tent 200 square feet or larger you will need a permit.

Community Emergency Response Training (CERT)


First Aid & CPR Training Programs