Santa Rosa Fire Fighters, IAFF 1401

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS

27,894

2018 Calls for Service

510

Fires

18,143

EMS/Rescue

9,241

Other

Welcome to the home of Santa Rosa Fire Fighters L1401. Local 1401 represents the fire fighters, fire engineers, fire captains and fire prevention personnel of the Santa Rosa Fire Department, the Rincon Valley Fire Protection District, the Rancho Adobe Fire Protection District and the Bennett Valley Fire Protection District. Our 180+ members respond to all manner of emergency and non-emergency calls for service throughout the community.

In addition to responding to calls for service, our members volunteer their time to support a variety of charitable causes (our own Toys For Kids Program, the Alisa Ann Rusch Burn Foundation, MDA and Special Olympics to name a few), actively engage in matters of civic concern to ensure a high level of public safety in our communities, and support the families of fallen fire fighters, police officers, EMS workers and military personnel with our Honor Guard.

It is a distinct honor to serve our community in times of greatest need and we are thankful for your faith, trust and support.

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1 day ago

Santa Rosa Firefighters Local 1401

Your @santarosafirefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Brush Creek Road today. Both drivers were transported to the hospital. The driver of the car works in construction and had all of their tools in the trunk. The engine company transported the tools to a family member so the individual could have a quicker return to work once released from the hospital 🛠🪛🧰⚒️ ... See MoreSee Less

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One of the reasons that Santa Rosa Fire is a great department, going above and beyond.

Firefighters are the best, awesome job!!

Good stuff!

What a thoughtful thing to do. So many thefts lately of tools and work trucks. Thank you for all. You do!

Way to go...Above and beyond the call of duty. Thanks for what you all do each and every day. Stay safe.

Hope the Drivers will be Ok Soon.

Crazy the truck smushed more than the car lol

Strong work !

Good to hear!

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3 days ago

Santa Rosa Firefighters Local 1401

Here’s an update on your @santarosafirefighters new Pierce ladder truck under construction. The cab and tiller box are looking great with fresh paint. The compartment sections are shaping up nicely and the tractor chassis looks strong 💪 ... See MoreSee Less

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Very nice!!

I'll go pick it up and drive it home when its ready 😂

Wow, reminds me on How an Aircraft Put Together. 👏👏👏🚒🚒🚒

Truck 3, or a replacement?

It’s a lot a work

I can’t wait to see it

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1 week ago

Santa Rosa Firefighters Local 1401

Truck 2 took advantage of the good weather and performed some high angle rope rescue training. A 100’ ladder and a combined 900’ of life safety rope makes for a versatile combination. ... See MoreSee Less

Truck 2 took advantage of the good weather and performed some high angle rope rescue training. A 100’ ladder and a combined 900’ of life safety rope makes for a versatile combination.

Every year the Santa Rosa Fire Department call volume has steadily increased. The last staffing increase was in 2007 when Engine 11 was added. Since 2007, call volume has increased 53% to a yearly total of 28,667 incidents. This increase continues to take its toll on the mental and physical health of our members. The @santarosafirefighters are extremely grateful and appreciative to have services such as the The 6 Foundation available to them. Thank you to NBC News for sharing the story featuring Capt. Musgrove. ... See MoreSee Less

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Badasses!💪💪❤️❤️🔥🔥

2 weeks ago

Santa Rosa Firefighters Local 1401

Your @santarosafirefighters cross staff Rescue 1, a Type 1 Heavy Rescue. It carries tools that allow firefighters to breach, enter and search collapsed buildings, even those made of concrete and steel. This small concrete pad no longer serves a purpose and posed a trip hazard. Its removal provided a training opportunity and the crew made quick work of it with Rescue 1’s tools. ... See MoreSee Less

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