The Metro Fire Communications Division is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and repair of all fire district communication equipment.
Our Community Education team is committed to community safety through engagement, cooperation, and communication with all residents through tools like station tours, preparedness guides, education, and community programs.
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division is responsible for the management of the District’s emergency medical system, which currently operates 28 Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances, five reserve ALS ambulances, and 43 ALS engine and truck companies. Metro Fire employs over 470 paramedics and 90 EMTs to staff these units, as well as trucks, watercraft, a helicopter, and a bike medic team for special events.
The facilities division's primary function is repairing and replacing critical components necessary to keep our fire stations and administrative facilities functioning.
The Finance Division works under the direction of the Deputy Chief of Administration who reports directly to the Fire Chief.
Fleet Maintenance Division’s primary mission is to support District operational readiness by maintaining more than 360 vehicles and apparatus in safe, effective, and reliable working order.
The Human Resources Division works under the direction of the Deputy Chief of Administration who reports directly to the Fire Chief.
The Metro Fire Information Technology team is responsible for maintaining the District's computer and network infrastructure.
A professional support team comprised of 11 individuals including a Logistics/Purchasing Manager, Logistics Assistant Manager, Procurement Specialist, Office Technician and 7 Logistics Technicians.
Metro Fire’s Community Relations Division and Public Information Officers provide a 24/7/365 portal to the District for the communities we serve. Through traditional, emerging, and social media we are able to ensure those who live, work, and recreate in our jurisdiction are informed and able to stay safe with current incident information and coordination with other public safety agencies including fire and law enforcement partners during incidents. We also provide updates about the Metro Fire through these media and news sources about the Districts events, activities, and other information beneficial for our community.
The Office of the Fire Chief oversees all District services, activities, and operations in conformance with board policy and legislative mandates.
The Operations Branch is responsible for protecting life and property for over 745,000 citizens within a 357-square mile area and answered over 101,000 calls for service in 2017, a number that has steadily increased each year.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District has partnered with Public Purchase, a web-based e-procurement service for public agencies.
Metro Fire has a wide range of positions that keep our agency moving forward. Not only do we need firefighters, but we also need IT support, accountants, office technicians, HR personnel, and more.