Fire and emergency medical services for the City of Millbrae are provided by the Central County Fire Department (CCFD). Millbrae Fire Department was formed in 1932 and became part of CCFD in 2014.
Bruce Barron has been the Fire Chief of the Central County Fire Department since December 2019. Under Chief Barron's leadership, CCFD provides all-risk services, with members playing integral roles in fire suppression, rescue, emergency medicine, operational training, fire prevention and investigation, and community education.
The men and women of CCFD share a common goal: to provide exceptional emergency/non-emergency services to the residents and visitors of our community.
Two strategically located and professionally staffed fire stations are within Millbrae City limits. These stations are maintained 24 hours a day. The men and women of the Central County Fire Department are proud to serve the residents of Millbrae and its visitors.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training is sponsored by the Central County Fire Department and is offered free to all Millbrae residents. The curriculum is standardized nationally, and courses can be made up in other nearby cities. Please visit CCFD CERT page to see upcoming classes.