Fire Department Services for the City of Millbrae
Fire and emergency medical services for the City of Millbrae are provided by the Central County Fire Department (CCFD). 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. Millbrae Fire Department (MFD) was formed in 1932 and became part of CCFD in 2014. 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.
Millbrae is a diverse community with a thriving downtown area. It is also in close proximity to San Francisco International Airport – a stopping ground for thousands of people daily. Millbrae is also home to one of the biggest transportation corridors on the west coast where Caltrain, BART, SAMTRANS, and many other transportation options exist transporting commuters from San Francisco to San Jose. Highway 101 and 280, two main transportation corridors through the peninsula also pass through Millbrae. Our service to Millbrae encompasses approximately 3.2 square miles and serves a population of approximately 22,000. Millbrae is a highly desirable community to live in with many multi-residential and single-family residences from El Camino Real to Skyline Boulevard. Millbrae has large wild-land urban interface areas and neighborhoods consisting of retail and business districts, hotels, care facilities and numerous schools.
There are two strategically located and professionally staffed fire stations within Millbrae city limits. These stations are maintained 24 hours a day. The men and women of Central County Fire Department are proud to serve the residents of Millbrae and its visitors. For more information on programs and services, please visit the Central County Fire Department at www.ccfdonline.org.
John Kammeyer, Fire Chief
Dial 9-1-1 for an emergency or call (650) 558-7600 for a non-emergency