You MUST live in the Nob Hill Fire Department’s response are to be part of the Nob Hill Fire Department. Personnel assigned to the Nob Hill Fire Department will be trained as a Firefighter to operate in a firefighting and rescue capacity at the scene of different types of emergencies. He or she is expected to respond to emergency incidents such as fires, rescues, medical emergencies, hazardous material releases, mutual aid emergencies, disaster operations, and any type of emergency that presents a risk to the public. Prior experience of knowledge not required. We will provide all the training. You MUST live within the Nob Hill Fire Department response area. All gear will be provided. Must have a valid driver’s license. Contact us for more information. Volunteer firefighting is a very rewarding and valuable way to serve your community. It takes dedication, drive and many hours of technical training to become a firefighter. If you’re willing to put in the time and effort and are a resident of the Nob Hill Fire area, firefighting is the job for you. There are many benefits, both personal and material. Personal benefits include: Earning respect from your fellow brother and sister firefighters, and members of your community; Gaining an immense sense of pride and satisfaction from your accomplishments, and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training; The camaraderie and the feeling of a family; and Satisfaction from doing an important job well while contributing to the security, safety, and welfare of your community. There are material rewards as well. The volunteer services are valued at every level of society, and there are a variety of incentives available from the federal, state, and county governments, as well as your local fire company. Material benefits may include: Potential property tax reductions; Potential state income tax benefits; Equipment and training; Potential service pensions;


You MUST live in the Nob Hill Fire Department’s response are to be part of the Nob Hill Fire Department.

Personnel assigned to the Nob Hill Fire Department will be trained as a Firefighter to operate in a firefighting and rescue capacity at the scene of different types of emergencies. He or she is expected to respond to emergency incidents such as fires, rescues, medical emergencies, hazardous material releases, mutual aid emergencies, disaster operations, and any type of emergency that presents a risk to the public.

Prior experience of knowledge not required. We will provide all the training. You MUST live within the Nob Hill Fire Department response area. All gear will be provided. Must have a valid driver’s license. Contact us for more information.

Volunteer firefighting is a very rewarding and valuable way to serve your community. It takes dedication, drive and many hours of technical training to become a firefighter. If you’re willing to put in the time and effort and are a resident of the Nob Hill Fire area, firefighting is the job for you.

There are many benefits, both personal and material.

Personal benefits include:

Earning respect from your fellow brother and sister firefighters, and members of your community;
Gaining an immense sense of pride and satisfaction from your accomplishments, and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training;
The camaraderie and the feeling of a family; and
Satisfaction from doing an important job well while contributing to the security, safety, and welfare of your community.

There are material rewards as well. The volunteer services are valued at every level of society, and there are a variety of incentives available from the federal, state, and county governments, as well as your local fire company. Material benefits may include:

Potential property tax reductions;
Potential state income tax benefits;
Equipment and training;
Potential service pensions;
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