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Fri. Apr 28th 2017
11:29PM--Vehicle Fire--Chileno Valley Road

Firefighters responded to a vehicle fire in the 2100 block of Chileno Valley Road.

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Fri. Apr 28th 2017
11:25PM--Hazardous Condition--Eucalyptus Avenue

Firefighters responded to a hazardous condition in the 800 block of Eucalyptus Avenue.

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Fri. Apr 28th 2017
3:53PM--Vehicle Fire--Highway 37

Firefighters responded to a vehicle fire in the 2100 block of Highway 37.

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Fri. Apr 28th 2017
Wilmar's New Spartan Engine - Butter & Egg Days Parade April 29, 2017!

Tomorrow's weather forecast is showing it is going to be a great day for a parade - Saturday April 29, 2017 for ...

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Tue. Jul 29th 2014
Do One Thing Partner

Wilmar Fire Department is proud to be a Do One Thing partner.  The Do One Thing program is a very simple program of doin...

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Wed. May 28th 2014
Wilmar Firefighters and NASA Astranaut Yvonne Cagal

On May 27th Wilmar Firefighters had the honor of driving NASA Astronaut Yvonne Cagal on Engine 9471 for her visit at Wilson S...

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Community Press Release

Chileno Valley Hay Fire

Petaluma, CA- July 22nd, 2016

Sonoma County Fire investigators believe the barn full of hay that went up in flames at the Moreda Dairy on Wednesday morning, likely caught fire through spontaneous combustion. Up to 500 tons of hay had been stacked inside the barn at the Chileno Valley Road dairy before the fire was reported around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to nearby stacks of hay outside the barn and the grassy hillside near the fire. Firefighters were able to extinguish the fire and reduce the amount of smoke much quicker than planned thanks to some heavy equipment and several water tenders shuttling water.

Wilmar firefighters returned to the scene yesterday to continue extinguishing hot spots and assist the property owners with clean up.

Wilmar would like to thank our neighboring agencies at CalFire, Marin Co. FD, Rancho Adobe, Coast Guard FD, Lakeville and Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services for the assistance they provided during this large event.

This will be the final press release for this incident.

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Fire Explorer Program

Wilmar Fire began a Fire Explorer Program in the year 2000, which has been a huge success to this day.  High School students interested in the fire service are given a “hands-on” approach to all the different duties and responsibilities of a Firefighter.  Many of our Explorer’s go on to become Volunteer Firefighters for Wilmar, and some eventually end up with paid career jobs in the fire service!


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Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department
3825 Bodega Ave.
Petaluma, CA 94952-8038
Non-Emergency: 707-765-1995
Emergency: 911 or 707-565-2121 by cell
Fax: 707-765-9406