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Sac metro Fire: “Let Us Introduce Ourselves”

From Robert L. Webber, Sac Metro Fire
Posted: 3/8/2012

Sacramento Region–The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District, also known as Metro Fire, is the seventh-largest fire district in California with 38 strategically located fire stations. The highly skilled firefighters and support personnel of Metro Fire serve nearly 640,000 citizens over a 417-square mile area, serving Sacramento and Placer counties including the City of Citrus Heights and the City of Rancho Cordova.

The men and women of Metro Fire run approximately 65,000 emergency calls annually. These calls vary and include all types of emergency situations, from fires to auto crashes to flooding.

Historically, Metro Fire represents 16 former fire agencies, some of which were founded more than six decades ago. In the early 1900’s many of our Sacramento communities had their own fire departments and over the years these departments have merged and become more efficient with their resources.

In 2000, American River Fire District and Sacramento County Fire Protection District merged to become Metro Fire. To find out more information about Metro Fire or other related topics visit us on our website: On our website we try to provide you with answers to frequently asked questions, safety tips and fire prevention solutions. Also, while you are there sign up for our email newsletter. You will receive a quarterly newsletter on information to keep your family safe.

We will also be pushing out updated emergent information that you may need during an emergency situation such as road closures, evacuation routes, etc. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter. We believe that the more you know about Metro Fire the better we can serve. We would love to hear from you. You can email us anytime at


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