The City of Tracy is a well-managed community. Its leadership is committed to providing excellent service and has encouraged efforts to improve service quality in all City departments. This approach has allowed the Tracy Fire Department to positively address our human and physical resources and has supported an environment that encourages excellence.
WATER WATCHERS PROGRAM CHILDHOOD DROWNING PREVENTION
Children drown without a sound! Your Fire Department wants to partner with you and our community in an attempt to prevent childhood drownings. Our goal is to promote drowning prevention by sharing information with pool owners so they know how to maintain safety at their pools and spas. To learn more about how you can become a Water Watcher call Fire Administration at 209-831-6700. For drowning prevention tips, click here.
CANCELLATION Notice of Meeting: FIRE SERvice governance oversight committee
The meeting of the Fire Service Governance Oversight Committee scheduled for Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 333 Civic Center Plaza, City Hall, Council Chambers - 6:30 p.m. has been CANCELLED. For more information click here.
Meeting Minutes - February 28, 2013
Meeting Minutes - March 21, 2013
Meeting Minutes - May 16, 2013
CERT started in 2007 in Tracy. The program is sponsored by the Tracy Fire Department, serving the communities of Tracy, Mountain House, and surrounding rural areas. Learn More »
The Fire Department’s goal is to constantly provide the best possible service to the citizens of Tracy. We are here to protect our community. The Department exists to serve the citizens of the community.
The Tracy Fire Department is made up of members from various economic and social backgrounds. We have in common the sincere desire to serve the citizens of Tracy, Tracy Rural, Mountain House and our visitors. We are a family of professionals, dedicated to excellence in meeting our mission. We have all committed ourselves to using our training and capabilities to protect the public at all times, whether on or off duty. Providing exceptional service is a far cry from accepting “good enough” performance. We strive for excellence in literally every contact with our customers, whether inside our outside the organization.
The key to a successful fire department is to be a department that responds and performs in a technically proficient manner when you call 911. But there is a greater challenge for the fire service and that is the fire department/customer relationship. The Tracy Fire Department knows what it takes to provide great customer service, to be a successful fire department. Call upon us. You'll be surprised what this fire department can do for you!