Welcome To Our District

Updated December 6, 2016

The Wilton community is protected by approximately fifty-five dedicated shift and resident volunteer firefighters covering fifty - nine square miles of rural land. The Wilton Fire Protection District is one of eleven Fire Districts in the Sacramento County.

Announcements & Events

image 21st ANNUAL TOY PROJECT

Once again, the Wilton Fire Protection District and the Wilton Firefighters Association will be assisting in the Annual Toy Project for the Wilton and surrounding communities. All Wilton Firefighters will be accepting new or unwrapped toys beginning Sunday, November 20, 2016 at Station 81, 9800 Dillard Rd, Wilton CA 95693.


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Reminder: Burn permits expire yearly! W.F.P.D. will begin issuing new burn permits beginning January 1st 2017. Burn permits are required when burning trimmings on a legal burn day. Come to Station 81, 9800 Dillard Rd, to complete the burn permit.


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Wilton Fire Protection District welcomes the new candidates in the latest academy of the WFPD Internship Program. Led by Training Captains Alex Carl and Thaddeus Buurkarl, the academy is designed to instruct new candidates of firefighter skills.
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Wilton Fire's Dedication

Vision Statement: Forged from a long line of tradition, We are Wilton Fire - Working together to serve our community with honor, integrity, and selfless devotion to duty.

Mission Statement: Committed to the Care and Protection of the Community We Serve.

Core Values: Integrity - With honesty as our foundation, we will always do right. Professionalism - A personal commitment to exceed expectations of our profession in our attitude, ability, and appearance. Teamwork - A partnership of coordinated effort based on trust, empowerment, support, and communication. Service before Self - Recognizing and placing the needs of others before our own.

Goals: Honor the public trust by exceeding expectations. Provide a positive internal environment that promotes Trust and Commitment. Acting in the best interest of the public. Ensure efficient use of resources in order to maximize levels of service.