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Fire and Rescue

The City of Banning contracts for fire protection with the Riverside County Fire Department/CalFire.  Currently there is one fire station and two fire engines staffed for emergency response in Banning.  The downtown station, Station 89, is located at 172 N. Murray St.  This station houses the staffed Engine 89, Rescue 89 and Engine OES 240.  The second staffed engine is Engine 20 which is currently housed at 1550 E. 6th St. in Beaumont.  Each engine is staffed with three personnel. 

The Fire Department provides the full range of emergency response capabilities to the City.  The response capabilities include: 
      • Full Range Fire Suppression
      • Medical Response (Paramedic capability)
      • HazMat Response
      • Rescue

        Engine 20 & 89 with company personnel

         Engines 20 and 89 with company personnel.  Engine 20 was purchased in 2005 and
        Engine 89 in 2007.  Both were purchased
        Indian Gaming Grant funds through
        the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.









         The Banning Fire Department responded to 4,837 calls for service in 2012.  

        Service Calls for March 2013:

        Medical Aid


        Residential Fires


        Wildland Fires


        Other Fires


        Public Service Assists


        Hazards/Fire Menace Stand-bys




        Look at photos of recent incidents in Banning.


        Related Links


        Riverside County Fire Department Homepage


        Cal Fire Homepage












                        City of Banning, Proud History, Prosperous Tomorrow
                        99 E. Ramsey St., Banning, CA 92220, Ph: (951) 922-3105
                        City Hall Business Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm