Community Risk Reduction


Community Risk Reduction
(Fire Prevention)

Fire Plans are accepted electronically only. 
For questions, call Community Risk Reduction at 909-798-7601

Operating under the direction of the Fire Chief, and guided by the California Fire Code (CFC), the goal of the Fire Prevention Division is to safeguard the community from fire through programs ensuring adherence to fire regulations, public education, and mitigation. The division consists of the Fire Marshal, and one Administrative Technician.

Division Responsibilities

  • Review of all Development Plans related to CFC requirements.
  • Authorization of Fire Permits
  • Conduct Fire Safety Inspections
  • Provide Fire Investigations for cause and origin.
  • Administration of the Vegetation Management (Weed Abatement) program
  • Dispense information on Fire Safety
  • Urban Wildland Fire Prevention
  • Fire Prevention Demonstration Garden at Ford Park.

Fire Plans are accepted electronically only.

  • Automatic Fire-Extinguishing Systems – (Fire Sprinklers)
  • Battery Systems
  • Clean Agents
  • Compressed Gases
  • Cryogenic Fluids
  • Fire Alarm/Detection
  • Fire Pumps
  • Flammable/Combustible Liquids
  • Hazardous Materials
  • High Piled Storage
  • Industrial Ovens
  • Kitchen Hood-n-Duct
  • LP Gases
  • Private Fire Hydrants
  • Spraying/Dipping
  • Standpipe Systems

Plan Submittal Application

For a plan submittal application, click here! Just print it out, fill it out, and bring it into Fire Administration.

Vegetation Management (Weed Abatement) Program

Community Risk Reduction personnel conduct weed abatement inspections in the high fire hazard areas in the City twice a year. It is critical that property owners maintain their properties and clear any and all vegetation that can create a fire hazard. With all of the recent rain, we are anticipating another active fire season. Please help us in protecting your property by creating defensible space around your home.

If your property fails the weed abatement inspection you will be sent a notice to remove the hazard.  If the hazard is not removed, then the city will have the work performed and the property will be accessed a charge to cover the cost of the work.

If you have any questions regarding weed abatement or defensible space, please feel free to contact us at (909)798-7601

Firewise Construction and Landscaping Information

For a Firewise Construction or Landscaping Checklist and other Fire Prevention information and fun facts, click on

or you can download the following information here:



As adopted by Resolution No. 8045 – December 3, 2019.