About Us

Apple Valley Fire Protection District covers 206 square miles in the High Desert area of San Bernardino County. The current population within the Fire District is approximately 90,000. The District currently employs 52 full-time and 4 part-time and reserve personnel. The District staffs five fire stations full time all of which provide paramedic services. The District budget for FY 16/17 is 9.3 million.

In 2016, the District responded to over 11,247 incidents, including fires and medical emergencies. Additionally, the Community Risk Reduction Division conducts commercial fire safety inspections and investigated the cause and origin of over 103 fires, as well as providing public education for District residents.

Apple Valley Fire District Boundaries

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Fire Station Locations
(click on the Station address to locate the nearest station or the station you want to visit).

Station 331
Fully Staffed
22400 Headquarters Drive

Station 332
Fully Staffed
18857 Hwy 18

Station 334
Fully Staffed
12143 Kiowa Road

  Station 336
Fully Staffed
19235 Yucca Loma Road

Station 337
Fully Staffed
19305 Jess Ranch Pkwy