Cameron Park Fire Department Mission
The mission of the Cameron Park Fire Department is to preserve and enhance the quality of life and to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of the community through effective fire prevention, fire control, emergency medical, and public education programs; to provide a highly trained and properly equipped emergency response team and to mitigate the effects of disasters and all hazards to life and property for which the organization is charged. The Cameron Park Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency response services under contract with CAL FIRE. This contract is currently under review. The Department serves an estimated resident population of 18,000 with two fire stations, 88 & 89.
Fire Department Mission Statement
Under the cooperative fire protection agreement between the Cameron Park CSD and the State of California, the fire department operates under multiple mission statements. The missions of the Cameron Park Fire Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection are complimentary to one another, and when combined provide a broader range, and higher level, of services to the community than either agency could provide independently.
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Mission (CAL FIRE)
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection serves and safeguards the people and protects the property and resources of California.
CAL FIRE Amador – El Dorado Unit Mission Statement
The mission of the CAL FIRE Amador – El Dorado Unit is to provide our communities with the highest level of emergency services, to protect and enhance natural resources, and to maintain a safe and healthy work environment for our employees. We are committed to provide for the families of our employees, to demonstrate leadership in the field of emergency services, to cooperate with related agencies, and to achieve excellence in all aspects of our profession.
Cameron Park Fire Department Master Plan and Capital Improvement Plan
The Cameron Park Fire Department Master Plan and Capital Improvement Plan for 2015-2020 draws extensively on an internally prepared final plan of January 1, 2011, the Cooperative Fire Programs Fire Protection Reimbursement Agreement (July 1, 2013-June 30, 2018), related documents and research, and key person interviews. It also draws heavily on the experience and knowledge of the consulting team from Mintier Harnish Planning Consultants of Sacramento.