Recent Calls
Wed. Mar 3rd 2021
Firefighters responded to a medical emergency in the 4700 block of Bodega Avenue.
Mon. Mar 1st 2021
Firefighters responded to a medical emergency in the 2500 block of I Street.
Mon. Mar 1st 2021
Firefighters responded to investigate a report of fire in the 100 block of Purrington Road.
Sat. Feb 27th 2021
Firefighters responded to a medical emergency in the 1400 block of Eastman Lane.
Fri. Feb 26th 2021
Firefighters responded to a medical emergency in the 500 block of Lohrman Lane.
News Headlines
Tue. Mar 5th 2019
Wilmar Newsletter July 2019
Wed. Mar 7th 2018
Come out to Wilmar Fire Station and get a great breakfast while supporting those volunteer firefighters that lost their homes while trying to save others, PANCAKE BREAKFAST Sunday March 25th, from 8 ...
Fri. Dec 8th 2017
In the Early hours of this morning December 8th 2017 Wilmar was dispatched to the Thomas Fire in Ventura County. They met up with a strike team around 03:00 made up of Wilmar, Graton, Cloverdale, Cam...
Fire Chief's Message

"On behalf of this department and our volunteer firefighters, I would like to send out a very big 'Thank You' to our community and beyond, for all the many cards of appreciation sent to us during and after the recent devastating fires in Sonoma, Napa & surrounding Counties. Your kind words, thoughts and prayers mean a lot to us and we thank you for them" 

Mike Mickelson Wilmar Fire Chief

(picture above)Asst. Chief Kelly Brady (L)  Mike Mickelson (R) Wilmar Fire Chief


Welcome to our website.  We are pleased to offer our website as a tool for enhancing our communications with you. 

The Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department is comprised of over 40 dedicated and professional Volunteer Firefighters and support staff.  In support and partnership with the County of Sonoma Fire and Emergency Service Department we stand ready to serve you.

Our personnel are trained and equipped to respond to all of your requests for assistance.  We responded to over 300 calls for service in 2010 including structure fires, wild land fires, medical emergencies, and public assistance calls.  Our firefighters are well trained and equipped to be ready to support you whenever you need us.

Our members are committed to serving our community.  We provide life safety education in our schools, attend local community events, and host community events ourselves. 

Our website provides you useful safety information including active community alerts and fire and life safety information.  A link is available for you to show your support and appreciation by making a donation towards equipping and training our Volunteer Firefighters.  Information about who we are and what we do for you is also available for your review.  Should you wish to serve as a Volunteer Firefighter there is important information available as well.

You are welcome to use our "contact form" to communicate with us and you are always welcome to phone the firehouse or email us through our "contact us" link. You may email me directly at  You may also visit our new Facebook page at

Thank you for sharing your time with us by visiting our website.

Mike Mickelson

Fire Chief


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