How do I obtain a Fire Report?

Fire Reports are available at the Administration Office on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., for a fee of $7. For more information, please call 209-538-5701. Note: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) reports are only issued to the involved party mentioned on the report, unless the involved party is a minor. In that case, the report may be issued to the biological parent or legal guardian. All other requests for EMS reports are obliged through a signed release of liability and a subpoena from the requesting party. Subpoena Duces Tecum reports are $15.

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1. What is Ceres ISO rating?
2. What is an Insurance Services Office rating (ISO)?
3. I want to register my bike, how do I do that and how much does it cost?
4. How do I obtain a Fire Report?
5. Where can I go to get my blood pressure checked?
6. How can I become a Fire Fighter?
7. How big is your service area and population?
8. How many stations does your department have?
9. Do you get cats out of trees/telephone poles/off of roofs?
10. How can I schedule a fire truck or a firefighter at my function?
11. How do I find a street that isn’t shown on my map?
12. How do I report a non-emergency incident? Do I still need to call 9-1-1?
13. Can I get a Fire Department patch?