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The Long Beach Fire and Police Departments remind all residents and visitors that all fireworks, even the so-called “Safe and Sane” variety remain illegal in the City of Long Beach.
The fireboat Protector. Courtesy of the Port of Long Beach.
A new fireboat was officially welcomed into service Wednesday at the Port of Long Beach, representing a significant leap forward in protecting the harbor and the flow of trade through the nation’s second-busiest seaport.
Councilwoman Suzie Price is partnering with Justin Rudd’s Community Action Team to bring the 2nd Annual Touch-A-Truck to Long Beach on Sunday, May 1, 2016. Touch-A-Truck is a free, family event that offers children a hands-on opportunity to explore working trucks of all types and to meet the people who protect and serve the community.
Deputy Fire Chief David A. Segura
Deputy Fire Chief David A. Segura, today announced his resignation from the City of Long Beach to accept the position of Fire Chief for the City of Huntington Beach. Deputy Chief Segura was hired as a Firefighter on April 21, 1986, and has also served as a Paramedic, Captain, Battalion Chief and Assistant Chief.
Photograph courtesy of the Long Beach Fire Department.
Today, the Long Beach Fire Department recognized nine individuals that were promoted to various positions within the Fire Department. The traditional “Badge Ceremony” was held at the Long Beach Fire Department Headquarters this morning at 0900 hours.
Thursday at approximately 1:53 AM, Long Beach Fire units responded to reports of a structure fire on the 400 block of Chestnut Avenue. Fire units arrived on-scene three minutes later and reported heavy fire coming from a rear unit on the first floor of a two-story center hallway apartment complex.
With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, the Long Beach Police and Fire Departments would like to remind residents and visitors that all fireworks, including those marked “Safe and Sane,” are illegal in the City of Long Beach.
On Sunday, May 31, 2015, the Rockett Academy recognized its first class of seventh and eighth graders who completed the year-long program. Graduates received certificates and special words of encouragement from the local firefighters who mentored them throughout the year.
Long Beach Fire Department Station 19 prior to transformation.
Amid the State Water Resources Control Board’s final action on emergency regulations designating an immediate 25 percent reduction in overall potable urban water use, and as Governor Brown calls for large fines on water wasters and for increased enforcement powers afforded to local jurisdictions, the City of Long Beach is leading by example through lawn removal and drought-tolerant landscape installations at locations synonymous with high water usage including fire stations.
The Long Beach Fire Department is proud to announce that Basic Fire Recruit Academy Class 2014A is graduated Saturday, February 21, 2015. After 20 weeks of extensive testing and evaluation, 20 highly qualified recruits will enter the ranks of firefighters for the Long Beach Fire Department.