Winters Fire Protection District
The Winters Fire Protection District was first organized May 20,1930 and is an independent district governed by a Board of Commissioners, who meet quarterly to conduct business. The Winters Fire District contracts with the City of Winters for fire services and staffing. This cost-effective partnership eliminates duplication of services and achieves economies of scale. The day to day fire services are under the direction of the City of Winters. The employees and all assets of the Fire Department are a department within the City of Winters. The Fire District meets annually with a subcommittee of the City Council in order to discuss, plan and participate in the provision of fire services.
WINTERS FIRE DISTRICT FINANCIAL INFORMATION
The Winters Fire Protection District (WFPD) receives funding from various revenue sources. Our largest income source is Property Taxes. Money is also received from Development Impact Fees. Grants provide additional revenue for special purposes. The Winters Fire Protection District (WFPD) Board of Commissioners authorizes the use of funds (including any reserves) for both budgeted and unbudgeted expenses such as equipment purchases and maintenance, emergency expenses, or unforeseen emergencies.
In compliance with state law, income and expense information is provided to the State Controller’s office annually. To view this data please visit the State Controller’s By The Numbers website HERE.
WINTERS FIRE DISTRICT CURRENT RFPs AND BIDDING INFORMATION
Interested parties may submit proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Winters Fire Protection District (WFPD) is not currently requesting proposals.
WINTERS FIRE DISTRICT SERVICE AREA
The Winters Fire Protection District (WFPD) encompasses 86 square miles with a population of approximately 2000 residents. The land use is predominantly agricultural and commercial consisting mostly of scattered farms and ranches.
The western portion of the WFPD proceeds north of SR128 and west to the Monticello Dam at Lake Berryessa. Most of the land here is considered State Responsibility Area (SRA) land, CAL Fire is the State of California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection which is the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) during wild land fires incidents. The northern portion of the WFPD extends from CR89 north to CR28. The eastern portion of the WFPD extends to CR92F and Russell Blvd and north on CR92E to CR28.
The Winters Fire Department provides for fire protection services as the first responder under agreement with CAL Fire since we are the closest resource to the SRA land areas. Additionally, all other calls for service including Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are provided by the Winters Fire Department. American Medical Response provides for hospital transport of ill or injured patients within this area of Yolo County.