If you have an emergency
call 9-1-1.



Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Administrative Office:
2010 Geary Road
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Phone: (925) 941-3300
E-mail: info@cccfpd.org

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CONTRA COSTA REGIONAL FIRE
COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
(CCRFCC)

"The Vital Link between the citizens we serve and the first responders we send to help them"



CCCFPD CommunicationsThe Contra Costa Regional Fire Communcations Center (CCRFCC) is the vital link between the citizens we serve and the first responders we send them.  CCRFCC Dispatchers are trained in fire and medical emergencies and are certified as Emergency Medical Dispatchers (EMD's).  Our dispatchers are trained to provide pre-arrival medical instructions to ensure the best care to our citizens while first responders are on the way.

The CCRFCC dispatches fire and medical first responders for the following areas of Contra Costa County:

The City of Antioch
The City of Brentwood
The City of Clayton
The City of Concord
The City of El Ceritto
The City of Hercules
The City of Lafayette
The City of Martinez

The City of Oakley
The City of Orinda
The City of Pinole
The City of Pittsburg
The City of Pleasant Hill
The City of San Pablo
The City of Walnut Creek

As well as:
The town of Moraga
BART (in Contra Costa County)
East Bay Regional Parks (in Contra Costa County) -This includes Tilden Park

And Unincorporated area of the county which includes:
Alamo (some parts shared with San Ramon Valley Fire Dept), Bay Point, Bayview-Montalvin, Bethel Island, Byron, Clyde, Crockett, Discovery Bay, East Richmond, Heights, El Sobrante, Kensington, Knightsen, Pacheco, Port Costa, Rodeo, Rolling Wood, Tara Hills.

The Fire Agencies Dispatched by the Contra Costa Regional Fire Communications Center (CCRFCC) are:

Contra Costa County Fire Protection District, El-Cerrito/Kensington Fire Department, East Contra Costa County Fire Protection District, Rodeo-Hercules Fire Department, Pinole Fire Department, Crockett/Carquinez Fire Department, Moraga/Orinda Fire Department.

In 2016, the CCRFCC responded to the following:

9-1-1 Calls: 66,791
Non Emergency Calls: 155,912
TOTAL CALLS in 2016: 222,706

In 2017, so far, the CCRFCC is averaging 500+ calls per day with 200 of those being 9-1-1 calls.