authorizes the City to sell $25.0 million of general obligation bonds for needed improvements to fire and police stations.
Dave Burk is appointed as Fire Chief. Chief Burk takes over the position with over 25 years experience with LMFD.
Aug 2004 Sept 2004
The City begins delivery of Paramedic Assessment Engine Company services.
A groundbreaking ceremony is held for Fire Station 11 and Administrative headquarters.
A ceremonial demolition is held to mark the start of construction for the new Station 11 and Administrative headquarters.
May 2006 July 31, 2006 Aug 5, 2006 February 29, 2008
The City takes delivery of a new Pierce fire engine to replace Engine 12. Dedication of Fire Station 11 and Administrative Headquarters. Community Open House for Station 11 and Administrative Headquarters.
Official launch of Fire Department Centennial Celebration. Events held throughout the year to celebrate 100 years of service.
September 25, 2008 July 2009 July 1, 2009 August 20, 2009 December 24, 2009 January 1, 2010
Constant staffing model implemented. El Cajon, La Mesa, and Lemon Grove enter into shared duty chief agreement.
La Mesa Firemen’s Association becomes La Mesa Firefighters Local 4759. New Pierce 100’ aerial truck put into service. Fire Chief Dave Burk retires after 30 years of service. Cooperative Fire Services Agreement becomes effective.