Seaside Fire & Rescue provides fire protection, rescue, and emergency medical services to the citizens and visitors of Seaside and the surrounding rural fire protection district.
The department was established in 1904 and its membership has been volunteer for over 100 years. Currently, roughly 50 volunteers from all professions respond to emergencies 24-hours a day.
All of our firefighters are volunteer professionals, trained to national firefighting and EMS standards. The volunteers staff a single station with structural engines, an aerial ladder, a Tender, and a wildland unit. Over 100 hours of fire fighting and medical care training are provided to our volunteers every year, ensuring the highest level of skill is available to the community. The firefighters and EMTs are community members and neighbors, who are dedicated to serving the community of Seaside and helping others.