Spring Valley Volunteer Fire Department, founded in 1980, is comprised of volunteers handling emergency calls in…More the Spring Valley response area. The volunteers answer nearly 100 calls per year and train twice a month. The fire department has an elected fire chief and board of directors. Visit its Web site for a complete list of non-emergency phone numbers.
This location is the headquarters for the fire department, which includes administrative offices and a tall tower…More used for training. At any given moment, one battalion chief and seven firefighters are stationed here. The battalion chief's command vehicle is reserved for situations where it is necessary to direct personnel on location.
Among the various trucks and engine, the Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) is used for collapses and heavy rescue. This vehicle carries special tools, including the jaws-of-life, the ability to fill air bottles and on-scene lighting.
Fire station No. 1 generally covers the area from I-880 east to the railroad tracks, from the north part of the city down to Calaveras Boulevard.
The City of Milpitas serves a 2010 population of 66,790. Services…More for residents, businesses, and visitors are provided by 16 departments. Milpitas is a general law California city. Regular City Council meetings take place at City Hall on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7pm, except in July.
Lend-A-Tool Shed 1263 Yosemite Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 This free, city-sponsored program temporarily loans tools to residents, business owners, and community groups.…More Available tools include wheelbarrows, lawn mowers, ladders and hammers. The shed is located in the back of a fire station. Make an appointment with the city neighborhood services department, and someone will come out to meet you.