Who We Are:
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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Our current funding need is for our build-out at Station #151 
Your donations are tax deductible and enhance our ability to serve you and your neighbors.
Donations may be mailed to:
LFPD
P.O. Box 221
Volcano, CA  95689

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Contact Us:
Phone: 209-296-5122, M-F, 8 to 5 PST
E-mail: info@lockwoodfire.org 
Write us:
LFPD
P.O. Box 221
Volcano, CA  95689
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Auxiliary meets June 4, 10 AM.  Call Marilynn, 296-8011 for location



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Green Waste Bins are back!  Station #151. Only green stuff, no trash, no electronics, no stumps or logs. Please be neat and get everything into the container. If you find it full, please email us at info@lockwoodfire.org
June Smoke Signals Newsletter is HERE
ALL BURNING HAS BEEN SUSPENDED
As of June 8 per Amador Air District and June 11 per CalFire all burning has been suspended,
Click here for CalFire Press Release
June 18, From CalFire AEU - We will be having multiple Vegetation Management Burns this week to remove fuels for public safety and forest health. Prescribed fires have multiple fire resources controlling them, the first is today on the Amoruso VMP South of Fiddletown in Amador County. Smoke will be visible
June 25 Board Meeting Cancelled.