The District operates three stations, and responds to about 4,100 incidents per year. The Headquarters Station, (Station 9) in Strawberry serves as the administrative offices and houses an Engine, Paramedic Medium Rescue, Battalion Chief and a California RTF Swift Water Rescue Unit. The Tamalpais Valley Station, (Station 4) houses a Type 1 (Municipal) Engine, a Type 3 (Wildland) Engine, Ladder Truck and a Paramedic Ambulance. The Sausalito Station (Station 1) houses an Engine, a Paramedic Ambulance and a dive unit. The crews there cross-staff the Fireboat, an Inflatable Rescue Boat, and are members of the Dive Team.
In addition to our own area, the District provides paramedic ambulance service to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Beach, and the Muir Woods National Monument. The District also provides a regional rescue unit which serves all of the above areas, the Tiburon peninsula, and the Golden Gate Bridge area.
The Fire District, in 2015, contracted with CityGate Associates, LLC, for the purposes of conducting a Fire & EMS Deployment Analysis, or Standards of Response Coverage (SOC) Report. Completed in 2016 the Report, Volume 1 & 2, are linked below.