Need to know which fire department to contact when you need assistance with local requirements, permits or complaints? Our “Fire Protection District Map” is available for use by both private citizens and local businesses to assist in determining which local fire department is responsible for your specific location or the location where you are doing business.
Individual cities and fire departments have different requirements and business practices, so it is important to contact the correct “Authority Having Jurisdiction” (AHJ) when you need to contact your local fire department. This is important for companies such as fire protection systems service companies, tent installation companies, architects as well as other local businesses.
After you accept the conditions of the disclaimer below, you will gain access to an ARC-GIS map that allows you to zoom in to a location or you can enter the address you are searching for and the map will take you there.
Once you have accessed the map, simply click on the location and a pop-up will appear that tells you which local fire department is responsible for that location. You will also see a phone number which is the primary contact number for that AHJ fire department and a link labeled “More info” which will take you to that agency’s website.
The County of Santa Barbara Fire Department makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy of data or maps. Neither the County nor the Department shall be liable under any circumstances for any direct, special, incidental, or consequential damages with respect to any claim by any user or third party on account of, or arising from, the use of data or maps.
There are a number of other jurisdictions and fire departments/fire protection agencies within Santa Barbara County:
Fire Protection Agencies