Welcome

The Coastside Fire Protection District, located in the San Mateo County coastal area of California, serves the City of Half Moon Bay, the unincorporated areas of Half Moon Bay and the unincorporated communities of Miramar, El Granada, Princeton-by-the-Sea, Moss Beach, and Montara.

Our Mission

The Coastside Fire Protection District will aggressively work to protect lives, the environment, and property through fire protection, suppression, emergency medical and rescue actions, and public education. Learn more...

Upcoming Events

12/25 Administrative Office closed (Christmas)

1/1 Administrative Office closed (New Year's Day)

1/15 Administrative Office closed (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)

1/24 Board of Directors meeting

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CAL FIRE Ban on Open Burning Preparation for Red Flag Warning, 12/15/17, More...

Request for Proposals (RFP) Commercial Appraisals of Coastside Fire District Properties 10/27/17, More... 

CAL FIRE Suspends Burn Permits, 6/29/17, More...

Notice of Public Hearing to Certify the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Fire Station 41 (El Granada) Replacement Project, 4/7/17, More...

Fire Station 41 (El Granada) Replacement Project Final Environmental Impact Report, 4/5/17, More...

Request for Proposals. Audit Services for the Coastside Fire Protection District, 3/30/17, More...

The Coastside Fire Protection District is accepting sealed bids for the purpose of performing the annual weed abatement of the Coastside Fire Protection District, 3/14/17, More...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

New Fire Station 41 Project

Proposed Coastside Fire Protection District Station 41. View from Obispo Road, El Granada. More... 

 

Seasonal Fire Safety Tips 

Decorating homes and businesses is a long standing tradition during the holiday season. Unfortunately it's these decorations that increase the chance of fire. Follow a few simple Christmas tree & holiday decoration fire safety tips to ensure Happy Holidays., More... 

 

 

 

 

  • One Less Spark - One Less Wildfire. Approximately 95% of all wildfires in California are caused by people. More...