Fire Department
The firefighting professionals and staff of the Turlock Fire Department (TFD) are proud to serve the citizens of the City of Turlock in Stanislaus County. Turlock is geographically located in the center of the San Joaquin Valley of California. It is the second largest City in Stanislaus County and is located along the Highway 99 corridor.

Responding to approximately 7,000 calls for service each year (from 4 Fire Stations), TFD is a high-performance fire department. In terms of critical infrastructure, TFD is the emergency service provider for a number of high-hazard occupancies, including commercial processing facilities; 1 hospital with an emergency department; the Stanislaus County Fair Grounds; and California State University Stanislaus, with a student population of more than 9,000 on a 228-acre campus.
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‪SAVE THE DATE....Turlock Fire & City of Turlock - Turlock Police Department will host our Annual Open House on 3-16-2019! 🚒🚓👨🏻200d🚒d83d��&#-46519793;‬
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SAVE THE DATE....Turlock Fire & @turlockpolice will host our Annual Open House on 3-16-2019! #Turlock #OpenHouse
Posted on Twitter 5 days ago

*PRESS RELEASE* for Municipal Code Enforcement at Broadway Park in #Turlock on 1.9.2019
Posted on Twitter 9 days ago

***PRESS RELEASE***

MUNICIPAL CODE ENFORCEMENT AT BROADWAY PARK

Turlock – On January 9, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., Turlock City Fire Department’s Neighborhood Services Division conducted a Municipal Code enforcement operation at Broadway Park with the assistance of the Turlock Police Department, City of Turlock Parks & Recreation Department, and Turlock Scavenger Company.

Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement staff were enforcing Turlock Municipal Code 5-20-03 and 5-20-04 which address illegal storage of personal property in public places. Multiple departments within the City of Turlock have received numerous complaints regarding the condition of Broadway Park and the amount of personal property being stored there. The purpose of the enforcement was not to remove people from Broadway Park, but to remove stored personal property from the city park in accordance with the Turlock Municipal Code. In addition to the personal property which was removed for storage, city staff collected and disposed of 1.13 tons of refuse and debris.

Yesterday Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement staff posted multiple notices throughout Broadway Park and on all stored personal property within the park which provided a 24 hour time period for personal property to be voluntarily removed from the area.

Broadway Park has become a location for the collection of stored personal property which not only violates the TMC, but has created a public nuisance for surrounding residents, businesses, and park visitors. Neighborhood Services code enforcement staff will continue their efforts to enforce Turlock Municipal codes in all city parks and other applicable public areas allowing them to be enjoyed by the community.

City of Turlock Parks and Recreation Director identified three areas within the park which have been temporarily closed for maintenance due to vandalism and necessary repairs. These repairs will be made on Thursday, January 10, 2019 and will reopen once they are completed.

The City of Turlock has been working with many different local agencies over the past several months to assist and offer a variety of services to people at Broadway Park. The Turlock Gospel Mission has opened an overnight warming shelter from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. every night to provide people with a warm and safe place to be out of the weather. This is in addition to their Day Center which is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily.

The unlawfully stored personal property that was removed will be stored by the City of Turlock for ninety (90) days in accordance with the Turlock Municipal Code. Anyone wanting to reclaim personal property can contact the Turlock Fire Department’s Neighborhood Services Division at 209-664-7348.

Any questions regarding this Turlock Municipal Code enforcement should be directed to Fire Marshal Mark Gomez at 209 669-2119 or mgomez@turlock.ca.us.

Media Contact:
Captain Kevin Tidwell, Public Information Officer
Ktidwell@turlock.ca.us
209-216-6455

#Turlock City of Turlock - Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department
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MUNICIPAL CODE ENFORCEMENT AT BROADWAY PARK

On January 9, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., Turlock City Fire Department’s Neighborhood Services Division will conduct Municipal Code Enforcement at Broadway Park with the assistance of the Turlock Police Department and City of Turlock Parks & Recreation Department.
Today, January 8, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement staff posted multiple notices throughout Broadway Park and on all stored personal property within the park citing Turlock Municipal Code (TMC) 5-20-03 and 5-20-04, which addresses illegal storage of personal property in public places. This TMC provides a 24 hour time period for personal property to be voluntarily removed from the area.
A similar action took place on November 27, 2018 resulting in the removal of all personal property illegally stored within Broadway Park. Since that time, Broadway Park continues to be a location for the collection of stored personal property which not only violates the TMC, but has created a public nuisance for surrounding residents, businesses, and park visitors. The purpose of this enforcement is to address the issue of illegally stored personal property and not to remove any individuals from the park.
Neighborhood Services code enforcement staff will continue their efforts to enforce Turlock Municipal codes in all city parks and other applicable areas allowing them to be enjoyed by the community.

#Turlock
Posted on Facebook 10 days ago

Neighborhood Services *PRESS RELEASE*

MUNICIPAL CODE ENFORCEMENT AT BROADWAY PARK

Turlock – On January 9, 2019 at 2:00 p.m., Turlock City Fire Department’s Neighborhood Services Division will conduct Municipal Code Enforcement at Broadway Park with the assistance of the Turlock Police Department and City of Turlock Parks & Recreation Department.
Today, January 8, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. Neighborhood Services Code Enforcement staff posted multiple notices throughout Broadway Park and on all stored personal property within the park citing Turlock Municipal Code (TMC) 5-20-03 and 5-20-04, which addresses illegal storage of personal property in public places. This TMC provides a 24 hour time period for personal property to be voluntarily removed from the area.
A similar action took place on November 27, 2018 resulting in the removal of all personal property illegally stored within Broadway Park. Since that time, Broadway Park continues to be a location for the collection of stored personal property which not only violates the TMC, but has created a public nuisance for surrounding residents, businesses, and park visitors. The purpose of this enforcement is to address the issue of illegally stored personal property and not to remove any individuals from the park.
Neighborhood Services code enforcement staff will continue their efforts to enforce Turlock Municipal codes in all city parks and other applicable areas allowing them to be enjoyed by the community.
All unlawfully stored property removed will be stored by the City of Turlock for ninety (90) days in accordance with the Turlock Municipal Code. Anyone wanting to reclaim personal property can contact the Turlock Fire Department’s Neighborhood Services Division located at 244 North Broadway in Turlock, California.
Any questions regarding this Turlock Municipal Code enforcement should be directed to Fire Marshal Mark Gomez at 209 669-2119 or mgomez@turlock.ca.us.
Posted on Facebook 10 days ago

‪Turlock Fire responding to the report of a Vehicle Accident at N. Walnut & W. Springer involving multiple vehicles. Please Avoid the Area. #Turlock ‬
Posted on Facebook 11 days ago

Turlock Fire responding to the report of a Vehicle Accident at N. Walnut & W. Springer involving multiple vehicles. Please Avoid the Area. #Turlock
Posted on Twitter 11 days ago

‪This morning we honored the life of fallen #Newman Cpl. Ronil Singh. Rest In Peace Sir. Thank you for your Service.

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Posted on Facebook 14 days ago

This morning we honored the life of fallen #Newman Cpl. Ronil Singh. Rest In Peace Sir. Thank you for your Service. : CA Highway Patrol Pics (Instagram)
Posted on Twitter 14 days ago

‪**PRESS RELEASE** for Commercial Structure Fire on Washington Rd that occurred on 1.3.2019. #Turlock #PressRelease‬
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**PRESS RELEASE** for Commercial Structure Fire on Washington Rd that occurred on 1.3.2019. #Turlock #PressRelease
Posted on Twitter 14 days ago

‪**PRESS RELEASE** for Residential Structure Fire on Geer Rd that occurred on 1.3.2019. #Turlock #PressRelease‬
Posted on Facebook 14 days ago

**PRESS RELEASE** for Residential Structure Fire on Geer Rd that occurred on 1.3.2019. #Turlock #PressRelease
Posted on Twitter 14 days ago

This AM, Turlock Fire responded to a Working Structure Fire at a previously burned vacant home at the intersection of Geer Rd & North Ave. Firefighters Contained Fire & prevented it from spreading into the main Structure. No occupants found. The cause is under investigation.
Posted on Twitter 16 days ago

This morning, the Turlock Fire Department responded to a Working Structure Fire at a previously burned vacant residence at the intersection of Geer Rd & North Ave.

Turlock City Firefighters initiated fire attack with a large diameter hose line, prevented the fire spreading into the main house, and conducted a primary search inside the building. No occupants found and No injuries reported. The cause of the Fire is under investigation.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 16 days ago

Turlock Fire on scene of a Working Structure Fire at Geer & North Ave. Please Avoid the Area. #Turlock
Posted on Facebook 16 days ago

Turlock Fire on scene of a Working Structure Fire at Geer & North Ave. Please Avoid the Area. #Turlock
Posted on Twitter 16 days ago

The Turlock Fire Department responded to a working structure fire in the 3400 block of N. Olive Avenue on January 2, 2019.*Formal Press Release to follow*#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Twitter 16 days ago



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