The Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District is dedicated to providing fire and life safety with pride, excellence and professionalism. It is the mission of this organization to provide the highest level of service to the community, to mitigate the devastating effects of fires and other disasters, to deliver emergency medical services, to educate the public and to maintain a constant state of readiness.
The Rodeo Fire District was formed on February 26, 1937 as an independent special district. The District was established to provide fire protection services in the unincorporated community of Rodeo. In 1978, the City of Hercules was annexed into the Fire District and subsequently the name of the District was changed from the Rodeo Fire Protection District to the Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District (RHFPD).
The RHFPD is an independent fire district serving an area of approximately twenty-five square miles including the City of Hercules with a population of 25,500 and the Town of Rodeo with a population of 8,500 in the unincorporated area of Contra Costa County. The District contains a major oil refinery (Phillips 66), numerous underground fuel pipelines, two major rail lines and the I-80 Freeway. It is governed by a five-member locally elected Board of Directors and derives its principal funding from normal property taxes, a benefit assessment that was enacted by the Board in 1989 and Measure O, enacted by the voters of the District in 2016. The District’s revenue is fixed according to the assessed valuation of the properties within the District’s boundaries.

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Contact: Tammy Tomas
510-799-4561
Fax: 510-799-0395
1680 Refugio Valley Road
Hercules CA 94547
This member can be found at: Civic & Community>Public Safety>Fire Department

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510-799-4561
Fax:510-799-0395
1680 Refugio Valley Road
Hercules CA 94547
This member can be found at: Civic & Community>Public Safety>Fire Department

The Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District is dedicated to providing fire and life safety with pride, excellence and professionalism. It is the mission of this organization to provide the highest level of service to the community, to mitigate the devastating effects of fires and other disasters, to deliver emergency medical services, to educate the public and to maintain a constant state of readiness.
The Rodeo Fire District was formed on February 26, 1937 as an independent special district. The District was established to provide fire protection services in the unincorporated community of Rodeo. In 1978, the City of Hercules was annexed into the Fire District and subsequently the name of the District was changed from the Rodeo Fire Protection District to the Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District (RHFPD).
The RHFPD is an independent fire district serving an area of approximately twenty-five square miles including the City of Hercules with a population of 25,500 and the Town of Rodeo with a population of 8,500 in the unincorporated area of Contra Costa County. The District contains a major oil refinery (Phillips 66), numerous underground fuel pipelines, two major rail lines and the I-80 Freeway. It is governed by a five-member locally elected Board of Directors and derives its principal funding from normal property taxes, a benefit assessment that was enacted by the Board in 1989 and Measure O, enacted by the voters of the District in 2016. The District’s revenue is fixed according to the assessed valuation of the properties within the District’s boundaries.

  • Rodeo-Hercules Fire Protection District
1680 Refugio Valley Road, Hercules, CA, United States

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