Fairview Fire Protection District

The Fairview Fire Protection District has contracted with the City of Hayward since 1993 to provide fire protection and emergency medical services within the boundaries of the District.

The Fairview Fire Protection District has contracted with the City of Hayward since 1993 to provide fire protection and emergency medical services within the boundaries of the District. Under the contract, the City of Hayward takes care of weed abatement complaints within the District.

The Hayward Fire Department staffs two fire stations within the boundaries of the Fairview Fire Protection District:

  • Fire Station 8 is located at 25862 Five Canyons Parkway, Castro Valley;
  • Fire Station 9 is located at 24912 Second Street, Hayward. There is a minimum of three Firefighters at each location around the clock. At least one of the Firefighters at each station is also a Paramedic.

The Fairview Fire Protection District owns three firefighting vehicles, a 2014 Seagrave Type I pumper, a 2009 West Mark Type III pumper, a 2008 WestMark Type VI pumper.

The Board of Directors of the District holds regular public meetings. These are usually held the last Monday of January, March, May, July, September and November - 7 p.m. at Fire Station 8. Special meetings are held as needed. Notice of meetings is published in the Community Calendar of The Daily Review.

The Board of Directors includes:

  1. Leslie West, President
  2. Sarah Choi, Vice President
  3. Mike Justice, Assistant Vice President
  4. Mark McDaniels, Secretary
  5. Melissa Dimic, Treasurer

http://www.fairviewfiredistrict.org/
For more information, call Fire Administration at 510.583.4940.

Fairview Fire Protection Courtesy Notices 2016
The Fairview Fire Protection District (FFPD) has mailed out a friendly reminder to all Fairview property owners and residents so that arrangements can be made to have any necessary fire prevention work completed.

California wildfire season typically begins in the month of April and ends in the month of November.  As a part of the Hayward Fire Department’s effort to prevent wildfire in the Hayward and Fairview hill areas, they will conduct “high fire hazard surveys” starting after May 20, 2016.  Engine companies will look for high weeds and dry vegetation conditions, which are conducive to wildfire spread.

Annual Fire Courtesy Notice 2016