The Central Davis Fire Station The West Davis Fire Station The South Davis Fire Station

Downtown Station 31: 530 5th Street (headquarters)
West Davis Station 32: 1350 Arlington Boulevard
South Davis Station 33: 425 Mace Boulevard
Business Hours
Mon. - Fri., 8am to 5pm (Station 31)
Emergency Phone
911 from a landline phone
(530) 756-3400 from a cell phone
Business Phone
(530) 757-5684, Mon-Fri 8 to 10 AM, 3 to 4 PM
After Hours Non-Emergency
(530) 747-5400 ext. 5

The Fire Department for the City of Davis has some of the Davis fire stations which handle the bad kind of fire (including grass fires) and exploding things around Davis and are first responders for 911 calls.

UC Davis has its own fire department.

Visit the website (above) for two great interactive features: a Protective Clothing Tour and a Fire Engine Tour. In the spring of 2007 they began training a Community Emergency Response Team, as well as a non-emergency Fire Corps.

Engine 31


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2007-05-06 00:00:25   HEEEYY the guys in uniform we can trust ^_~StevenDaubert

2008-08-20 21:48:49   These guys shop at safeway every single day. sweet job. —patrick82

2008-10-02 17:42:16   I guess their "first responder" status is why I *always* see DFD fire trucks (in pairs) barreling down streets with their sirens blaring. :) I swear I've never seen fire trucks going Code 3 so much until I moved to Davis. —RobertM525

2010-02-10 23:20:32   Engine 31 and Rescue 31 both respond to calls in the downtown area. That's why you see them responding as a pair. —MartinLangeveld

2010-12-24 12:05:50   DavidRobinson

2010-12-24 15:12:19   The picture above is of my son Noah with Firewoman Leah and Fireman Brian on Christmas Eve 2010. Thank you so much for the tour of your fire truck fleet, tools and gear. We hope you all enjoy the cookies we baked for you! Merry Christmas to all! —MandyLWittenberg

2012-11-08 09:46:43   I'm going to be a party pooper for a second. It is great that the firefighters are involved in charity work. But, a dozen guys collecting money in boots pacing around the intersection of 5th and B? Very distracting to the drivers, and not very safe at all. I'm pretty sure I almost got rear-ended- the person behind me screeched and stopped VERY close to me, probably not paying attention because he was trying to figure out what was going on or was reading "fill a boot to feed a family." And after the light turned green it took the people at the head of the line a while to get started because they were talking to a fireman out their window. Traffic there is bad enough without this additional hazard. If there were a dozen homeless men trying to earn money washing windshields at those red lights, that wouldn't fly. Why should this? —MeggoWaffle