Fire Department


Governor Gavin Newsom has added four more counties to the coronavirus watchlist, including Solano County. This means the state has seen a stark increase in disease transmissions and hospitalizations with hospitals at limited capacity for our county. Specifically, Dixon has 38 cases as of today, June 29. We will continue to monitor the situation and post frequent updates.

Please stay safe, wear your masks, wash your hands, and continue to practice social distancing.


“Celebrate- Safe and Sane this Independence Day”
As the City of Dixon prepares for the upcoming July Fourth Holiday, the Dixon Fire Department wants to remind citizens and visitors to use their fireworks in a safe and sane manner. 
The Fire Department also wants to remind people that ONLY safe and sane fireworks have been legalized for sale and use in the City limits, with the exception of any city owned property including parks, parking lots, etc. Any fireworks that do not have the Fire Marshal seal of approval, or any fireworks that leave the ground or explode, are dangerous and illegal. The use of safe and sane fireworks are only permitted June 28th at 12:00pm – July 6th 11:00pm. Fines are as follows: $500 for the first offense, then $750, then $1000.
Safe and sane fireworks can be dangerous if misused or altered from their original form. Every year there are documented cases of injuries and fires started by the use of safe and sane fireworks. With more fires breaking out in California each year, doing more and more damage, please consider whether the choices you make are worth the potential unwanted/unintended outcome.
The Fire Department encourages citizens to prepare and celebrate safely; only adults should use fireworks and they should have a hose or bucket of water ready to cool off the used fireworks; make sure children are supervised at all times; be cautious when in the street; never throw fireworks in the air. Additionally, you should not use fireworks in or near dry vegetation, or near any buildings. Report all emergencies by calling 9-1-1.
Have a safe and memorable holiday and please support your local non-profit organizations by purchasing your fireworks at the following locations: 

West Coast Impact Basketball Academy: 
235 E. Dorset Dr.

Dixon Grillin’ and Chillin & Dixon Community Christmas Program: 
1057 N. First St.

American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Napa Solano Veteran Riders, American Legion Post 208: 
1235 Stratford Ave.

Dixon Moose Lodge:
2635 West A St.

Dixon Montessori Charter School:
1100 Pitt School Rd.

Dixon Montessori Charter School PTO:
7800 Batavia Rd.
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Dixon Fire Department

Mission & Vision

The Dixon Fire Department's mission is to proudly serve, protect, and enhance the safety of the community and our citizens.

The department's vision is to accomplish our mission by delivering exceptional public education and fire prevention programs, as well as maintaining an effective state of readiness to respond and render the highest level of fire and emergency services to our citizens.

Core Values

The department's core values are the foundation from which we continuously grow and build upon. They will guide the actions of the Dixon Fire Department. The core values are:

  • Dedication
  • Integrity
  • Loyalty
  • Pride
  • Professionalism
  • Service

Department Objectives

  • Ensure the safety of the citizens of Dixon
  • Ensure the safety of the members
  • Maintain a constant readiness for all emergencies
  • Provide fire safety programs for its citizens
  • Provide mutual and auto aid to neighboring agencies
  • Provide training and continuous education for the members

Member Objectives

  • Be aggressive
  • Ensure the safety of our people
  • Maintain equipment and facilities
  • Maintain good mental and physical well-being
  • Promote teamwork and integrity
  • Stay current on training

The Dixon Fire Department is dedicated to customer service and through this philosophy we are committed to values that enhance the safety of our members and the community we serve.

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