Carmel Highlands is a proactive, progressive Fire District providing a maximum level of service and protection to our community.
Emergency Notifications
Emergency notification to improve communications and keep our residents informed & safe in times of crisis.
Residents are advised to keep necessary supplies on hand and to remain in their homes during a significant storm.
Utilities Shut-off
It's vital that all household members know how to shut off gas meters, water valves, and electrical circuits.

Wildfire Preparation

Preparing for a wildfire starts with 3 simple steps: Ready, Set, Go. Is your home ready?


New Class! Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Area residents are invited to attend.

Smoke Detectors

Have you changed the batteries in your smoke detector lately?

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Need sandbags? We have sandbags! If you live in Carmel Highlands Fire Protection District, your nearest sandbag location is Fire Station located at 73 Fern Canyon Road. Q's, or if you need assistance with sandbags please call the Carmel Highlands Fire Station at (831) 624-2374.

Did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries? By following a few safety tips, you can prevent some of these incidents.
See the link below for Cooking Safety Tips:

As we approach the 4th of July, the Carmel Highlands Fire Protection District, would like to remind residents & guests that ALL fireworks are prohibited in Carmel Highlands.
We would like to wish you and your families a festive and safe Independence Day!


RELEASE DATE: May 6, 2021
CAL FIRE Suspends Burn Permits in San Benito and Monterey Counties

For information on how to create Defensible Space, Home Hardening, Evacuation Planning and how to be prepared for wildfires, visit http://www.ReadyForWildfire.org.

On March 23, 2021, the California Geological Survey and its partners released new Tsunami Hazard Area Maps in Monterey County for the public. We encourage you to visit http://www.tsunami.ca.gov to see if a tsunami can occur where you live, work, or visit.

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