The Shasta Lake Fire Protection District has three stations, with the main station being staffed full time and the remaining two staffed by volunteers. The fire district serves the City of Shasta Lake and some surrounding areas. The full-time staffing consists of one Fire Chief, two Battalion Chiefs, three Captains, and three Engineers with one Captain and Engineer on each shift. Shifts are 48/96 schedule and the administrative staff works a 40 hour week. The District runs over 1300 calls per year, 85% medical, 12% fire, and the remaining 3% other. The District maintains an ISO rating of 4, and has one of the lowest losses per incident ratios in the North State. The District also maintains a very aggressive volunteer program.
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The Shasta Lake Fire Protection District is the result of a merger in 1994 of the Central Valley Fire Protection District and the former Summit City Fire Protection District.
The mission statement of the Shasta Lake Fire Protection District is to safely protect all lives, property,and our environment from harm