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    Ventura, Calif. — Community members are invited to join Ventura Fire for a series of fire station open house events, happening June 15 – August 3, 2022.

    Participants who attend will have an opportunity to engage directly with City leadership, meet local firefighters, tour fire stations, hear about current conditions, and contribute to conversations about becoming a 21st century fire department.

    A community meeting will be held at each of the six Ventura fire stations on select Wednesdays from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. on the following dates:

    June 15, Fire Station 3, located at 5838 Telegraph Road, 93003
    June 22, Fire Station 1, located at 717 N. Ventura Avenue, 93001
    June 29, Fire Station 2, located at 41 S. Seaward Avenue, 93003
    July 20, Fire Station 4, located at 8303 Telephone Road, 93004
    July 27, Fire Station 5, located at 4225 E. Main Street, 93003
    August 3, Fire Station 6, located at 10797 Darling Road, 93004

    The fire station community workshops will be family-friendly environments, complete with light refreshments, activities for kids, and giveaways.

    “Our priority is to keep our community safe and provide the highest standard of fire and medical service,” said Fire Chief David Endaya. “In the last few decades, we’ve seen service demands and call volume increase significantly. We’re looking for community input on how to prepare for future operational needs, apparatus upgrades, call volume increases, and personnel needs.”

    Live Spanish interpretation will also be offered at Fire Stations 1 and 2.

    To learn more about the Ventura Fire Department, visit



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