STATIONS & FACILITIES
ACFD Station #6
This fire station houses an engine and a patrol unit. Other buildings on site are a workshop used for wooden ladder repair and SCBA maintenance. Station #6 responds to all of the canyon areas and the easternmost areas in Castro Valley. This fire station was formerly Station #2 in the Castro Valley Fire Department.
ACFD Station #7
6901 Villareal Avenue, Castro Valley, CA 94552
The station houses one engine and a specialized 4-wheel drive Type III engine. The station services Highway 580 east to the Dublin Grade and west to Strobridge Avenue. It also services the urban wildland interface commonly found in its area. This fire station was previously Station #4 in the Castro Valley Fire Department.
ACFD Station #8 (Out of Service)
** This location’s firefighters were relocated to ACFD Station 20, where Engine 8 and Engine 308 respond from. Though Fire Station 8 no longer houses firefighters or equipment, it remains an out of service fire station facility for the department. **
1617 College Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550
This fire station has one Type I engine, one Type III engine and a patrol. Station #8’s response area is the largest in the ACFD, encompassing 280 square miles of open range land and freeways. Responses of 30 minutes or more are not uncommon because of the vast unincorporated area that the station responds to. Station #8 provides Automatic Aid into the City of Livermore. Formerly the Alameda County Fire Patrol, Station #8 is entirely surrounded by the City of Livermore.
ACFD Station #9
450 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94577
This fire station houses an engine company and a truck company and responds to an area of approximately 3.25 square miles. Station #9’s response district is predominantly residential and also contains portions of Highway 580. This was formerly San Leandro Fire Department Station #1.
ACFD Station #10
This fire station houses an engine company and responds to portions of Highways 880 and 238, along with a residential and commercial area of approximately 2.75 square miles. Station #10 was formerly San Leandro Fire Department Station 2 on Davis Street.
ACFD Station #11
This fire station houses an engine company and has primary water rescue responsibility for the San Francisco Bay utilizing a 21′ rigid hull boat which is housed at the San Leandro Marina. Station #11 also serves a large area of 4 square miles, comprised mainly of industrial buildings, commercial properties and a small residential population. This was formerly San Leandro Fire Department Station #3 on Marina Boulevard.
ACFD Station #12
This fire station houses an engine and a truck company. It is also the home of HazMat Response vehicles and the Battalion Chief for Battalion 4. Station #12 services an area of approximately 2.5 square miles, which consists of predominantly residential properties accompanied by a small amount of commercial properties. Station #12 was formerly San Leandro Fire Department Station #4.
ACFD Station #13
This fire station houses one engine company and serves an area of approximately 3.25 square miles. Densely populated with predominantly single family dwellings, Station #13 also responds to portions of Highways 880 and 238. This was formerly San Leandro Fire Department Station 5.
ACFD Station #14
Fire services for the unincorporated area around and including Sunol are provided under contract with Cal Fire (the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection). The station is the property of Cal Fire and the ACFD owns the Type I fire engine.
ACFD Station #15 (Reserve)
5325 Broder Road, Dublin, CA 94568
The fire station houses the apparatus and equipment for the Reserve Firefighters of the Alameda County Fire Department. This was formerly the fire station for the Office of Emergency Services and Dougherty Regional Fire Authority Station 3
ACFD Station #16
This fire station houses one engine company, a patrol, a water tender and an air support unit. The primary response area covers west and central Dublin, which includes commercial, residential, and wildland interface areas. Originally Valley Community Service District Fire Department Station 1, this station became Dublin/San Ramon Service District when Dublin incorporated as a City. When the Dougherty Regional Fire Authority was created, it remained Station 1.
ACFD Station #17
This fire station houses an engine and a truck company, one Type 3 engine and a water rescue boat. With central Dublin as its primary response area, Station #17 also responds to the west, central core and eastern most sections of Dublin which includes residential, commercial and a major entertainment center. This station became operational October 2003.
ACFD Station #18
This station has an engine company, one patrol and a bulldozer. Its response area covers the eastern most portions of Dublin and is primarily responsible for residential, high density housing, urban wildland interface areas and Highway 580. It became operational July 2003.
ACFD Station #19
1 Cyclotron Road Bldg. 48, Berkeley, CA 94720
This fire station houses an engine company, a patrol and a HazMat unit and provides service to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory site and portions of the UC Berkeley campus. Originally the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL) Station, this fire station became ACFD Station #19 when the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Fire Department consolidated with ACFD in August 2002. Station #19 also provides Automatic Aid to the City of Berkeley.
ACFD Station #20
Located in building 323 on the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory site. The former Station #1 of the Livermore Laboratory Fire Department, this hazardous materials team station houses two crews comprised of 8 firefighters, one Type III engine, two Type IV apparatus (patrols), a hazardous materials unit and an ambulance. Fire Station #20 was expanded in 1990 by the addition of a two-story 10,200-square foot addition. A renovation of the existing portion of Station 20 was completed in November of 1993.
ACFD Station #21
Located in Building 890 at Site 300 on the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory property. The former Fire Station #2 of the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Fire Department houses one crew comprised of 4 firefighters, one Type I engine, one Type III engine, one Type IV patrol and an ambulance. Fire Station #21 was replaced in 2000 with a 7,200-square foot facility.
ACFD Station #22
This fire station houses one engine company and responds to the downtown, residential and business areas of the town of San Lorenzo. This fire station was the original fire station for the San Lorenzo Village Fire Department prior its consolidation into the Eden Consolidated Fire Protection District in 1976. Following the 1976 consolidation, this fire station was renumbered as Station #1 in the former Eden Consolidated Fire Protection District.
ACFD Station #23
This fire station houses one engine company and is staffed by three firefighters. Located only a few blocks from the Hayward city limits, Station #23 responds to the southernmost parts of San Lorenzo and portions of the unincorporated areas of Hayward. Station #23 was the original fire station for the Cherryland Fire Department prior to its consolidation with the Ashland and San Lorenzo Village Fire Departments in 1976. Following the Cherryland Fire Department’s consolidation, this fire station was renumbered as Station #3 in the former Eden Consolidated Fire Protection District.
ACFD Station #24
This fire station consists of an engine company and a Heavy Rescue unit. Station #3’s response area includes all of the Ashland area and major sections of Highways 580 and 238. Prior to the 1976 consolidation of the San Lorenzo Village, Ashland and Cherryland Fire Departments into the Eden Consolidated Fire Protection District, this fire station was the original fire station for the Ashland Fire Department. Following the consolidation of the Ashland Fire Department in 1976, this fire station was renumbered as Station #2 in the former Eden Consolidated Fire Protection District.
ACFD Station #25
This fire station houses an engine company, a truck company, a patrol, the Battalion #2 Battalion Chief and the HazMat Support Unit. Station #25 was formerly Station #1 in the Castro Valley Fire Department.
ACFD Station #26
This fire station has an engine company and a patrol unit that is mainly used for wildland responses. Station #6 responds to the northwestern area of Castro Valley and was formerly Station #3 in the Castro Valley Fire Department.
ACFD Station #27
Station #27 was built in 1981 and is home to a crew of three firefighters that staff one fire engine. The former Newark Fire Station #3, this station hosts the annual 4th of July Pancake Breakfast where proceeds are raised for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
ACFD Station #28
Station #28 opened in 2005 and is approximately 13,500 square feet. The former Newark Fire Station #1, this station is maintained by a crew of three firefighters that staff a Quint (a piece of fire apparatus that combines the features of a ladder truck and a fire engine) and one Battalion Chief.
ACFD Station #29
Station #29, the former Newark Fire Station #2, was built in 1962 and is staffed by a crew of three firefighters and one fire engine.
ACFD Station #31
Built in 1975, Alameda County Fire Station 31 serves Central Union City. The former Union City Fire Department Station 1, Station 31 is staffed by three firefighters and is home to Truck 31 and a reserve fire engine.
ACFD Station #32
Alameda County Fire Station 32 serves the Alvarado District in Union City and was built in 1984. The former Union City Fire Station 2 is home to Engine 32, a reserve fire engine and is staffed by three firefighters.
ACFD Station #33
33942 7th Street, Union City, CA 94587
Alameda County Fire Station 33 serves the Decoto District of Union City. Built in 2009, the former Union City Fire Department Station 3 is the first LEED certified green building in Union City. Staffed by three firefighters, Station 33 is home to Engine 33 and Engine 333 (a Type III fire engine that is used for wildland firefighting).
ACFD Station #34
The station was built in 1989, with major building repairs completed in 2015. Additionally, the fire station was updated with energy efficient upgrades including solar panels installed, appliances, and heating and ventilation system.
ACFD Station #35
6303 Hollis Street Emeryville, CA 94608
Alameda County Fire Department Vehicle Maintenance Facility
5777 Scarlett Court, Dublin, CA 94568
The Alameda County Fire Department Vehicle Maintenance Facility relocated to Dublin from Ashland in August 2014 and is responsible for maintaining the operational readiness of the Department’s fleet of apparatus and support vehicles. Performing routine and emergency repairs, safety inspections, preventative maintenance, communications equipment installation, and emergency apparatus outfitting are among a few of the countless duties that are carried out by a team of highly skilled fire mechanics.
The Vehicle Maintenance Facility Hours are Monday-Friday (0700-1730 hours) and the phone number to the Facility is 925-833-3473 ext. 1500.
6363 Clark Avenue, Dublin CA 94568
The Fire Administration Office includes the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief of Operations, Administrative Services Director, Emergency Medical Services Division, Special Operations Division, Training Division, Public Information and Community Relations Officer, Emergency Preparedness/CERT and Financial Services, Administrative Services and Human Resources Units.
The telephone number is (925) 833-3473 or (510) 632-3473.
San Leandro Fire Prevention
835 East 14th Street, San Leandro
The San Leandro Fire Prevention Office is located on the first floor of San Leandro City Hall.
This Fire Prevention Bureau serves the City of San Leandro. The telephone number is (510) 577-3317.
The Public Education Hot Line number for the Alameda County Fire District is (510) 667-3148
Alameda County Unincorporated Areas (Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Livermore, San Lorenzo and Sunol
6363 Clark Avenue, Dublin CA 94568
Phone number 925-833-3473
Fax number is 925-875-9387
This office serves the unincorporated areas of Alameda County.
Dublin Fire Prevention
100 Civic Plaza, Dublin
This Fire Prevention Bureau office serves the City of Dublin. The telephone number is (925) 833-6606.
890 Lola Street, San Leandro
Located at the facility is a 4-story cement tower, a single story wood residence-style structure, auto extrication, classroom, and various other training facilities. It is also the office of the Training Officer.
Alameda County Regional Emergency Communication Center
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
The Alameda County Regional Emergency Communications Center (ACRECC) is located at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and is operated by the Alameda County Fire Department (ACFD) with oversight by an advisory committee. The Alameda County Regional Emergency Communications Center delivers regional communications and dispatch services that optimize the deployment and coordination of emergency resources while providing superior customer service, and serves the Cities of Alameda, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Livermore, Newark, Pleasanton, San Leandro, and Union City; the communities of Castro Valley, Ashland, Cherryland, San Lorenzo, and Sunol; the Lawrence Livermore, Lawrence Berkeley, and Sandia National Laboratories, Camp Parks Combat Support Training Center, all of unincorporated Alameda County; and is the Dispatch/System Status Management Center for Paramedics Plus ambulance service.
Dispatching over 180,000 calls annually, the Alameda County Regional Emergency Communications Center also maintains the following responsibilities for Alameda County:
- Call-outs for Alameda County Emergency Medical Services, Alameda County Public Health and Alameda County Environmental Health for all of Alameda County.
- Provide Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) for any agency within Alameda County.
- Mass-Casualty Incident (MCI) alerts and advisories for Alameda County (coordination of patients between ambulances and hospitals).
- Radio interoperability between ground/air ambulances and hospital emergency rooms.
Operational Area Coordinator
- Coordinate and track all mutual aid involving Alameda County agencies
- Resource Ordering and Statusing System (ROSS) certified.
In 2008, the Alameda County Regional Emergency Communications Center received recognition as an Accredited Center of Excellence from the National Academy of Emergency Dispatch. This prestigious honor was only granted to 5 other dispatch centers in California and 86 additional dispatch centers worldwide. For more information on the Center of Excellence Accreditation process from the National Academy of Emergency Dispatch, please visit www.emergencydispatch.org/