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LFPD is positioned between Volcano, Pioneer, and Sutter Creek in Amador County, California and serves approximately 2500 residents within its 22 square miles.

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Contact Us:
Phone: 209-296-5122, M-F, 8 to 5 PST
E-mail: info@lockwoodfire.org 
Write us:
P.O. Box 221
Volcano, CA  95689
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1340 AM   96.5 FM
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Don't delay, sign up today for CodeRed,  
CodeRed is the Amador County Sheriff's automated call notification system.  In the event of a fire, evacuation notice, BOLO (be on the lookout for) CodeRed will call you with an automated message.   Go to http://www.amadorsheriff.org/administration/code_red
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Auxiliary meets March 4 , 10 AM.  Call Marilynn, 296-8011 for location
 ReadyForWildfire.org for all your answers and more! 
​Lockwood Fire depends on
donations.  Donations may be
mailed to:
LFPD
P.O. Box 221
Volcano, CA 95689
Board Meeting  - Monday, Feb. 25, 6:00 PM at Station #151

Burn Ban Lifted 
beginning Monday 11/26. 
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More stormy weather predicted.  Stay Safe.
Think you know how to drive in stormy weather?  There's a lot more to it than just turning the ignition on.  Click here for some important safety tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

More power outages predicted.  Be smart about home heating.  Did you know that kerosene heaters inside the home are prohibited in California?  Click here to read more about safe home heating courtesy of CalFire.
Road Closure:  Shake Ridge Rd from Wandering Hills to Hwy 88, due to erosion.  Please do not attempt to drive through the barriers.
ONLY emergency vehicles are allowed access.
February 15, 2019