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24 Sep Posted by in Station Incident, Wildland Fire | Comments

Cayucos Creek Fire

Cayucos Creek Fire

A fire broke out early Tuesday morning in rural Cayucos. High winds fanned the flames when it started around three o’clock this morning. Fortunately Cal Fire, Templeton, Cambria, San Luis Obsipo and Atascadero were able to contain the fire just before noon. “It’s very difficult steep terrain for these crews to be working in,” said Cal Fire Battalion Chief Paul Lee. This morning all...

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09 Sep Posted by in Thank you | Comments

Kayla Thank’s You

Kayla Thank’s You

Dear Templeton Fire Dept., Words cannot express how wonderful and special your donation was to KPMF. It was very very wonderful. It is people like you that will help “make a difference” in our community. Thank  you, Donna, Sean Kelly and Kayla Peach memorial foundation

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08 Aug Posted by in Announcements | Comments

Whats Happening in August

Whats Happening in August

Firefighter Adam Czajkowski is currently participating in the U.S. Forest Service’s National Helicopter Rappel Program where he is learning rappel procedures, gear inspections and the importance of trusting his equipment. At the completion of the rappel program, Adam will return to Templeton to again serve as a member of the Templeton Fire Department’s volunteer firefighter...

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07 Aug Posted by in Promotions | Comments

Captain Promotion

Captain Promotion

On August 7th , Templeton Firefighter Brandon Wall  was  promoted to the rank of Captain, at a small ceremony at the District office. He will be officially pinned at the Templeton Community Service District (TCSD) Board meeting on August 20th. Brandon joined the Templeton Fire Department (TFD) as a firefighter in 2008. He later was...

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03 Aug Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Aspen Fire Wildfire

Aspen Fire Wildfire

Templeton volunteer firefighters Greg Baranek (Fort Hunter Liggett) and Adam Czajkowski (Scott Valley Heli-base on copter 502) are currently out on the Aspen Fire Wildfire working for the National Forestry Department. Adam Czajkowski completed his first rappel on a local initial attack (IA) The fire is located within the Sierra National Forest in Fresno County...

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31 Jul Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Returning Home

Returning Home

On July 2nd, an old friend returned home to Templeton. The 1934 Ford fire engine, that served the Templeton Fire Protection District from 1941 to 1964, was returned to the community it had protected. In 1934 the Carpinteria Unified High School Fire District (CUHS FIRE DIST) purchased a brand new red 1934 flathead Ford V-8...

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29 Jul Posted by in Thank you | Comments

Thanks to you and your agency

Thanks to you and your agency

Dear Chief Hewitt, On Friday June 7, 2013 we received a call for a industrial fire caused by an explosion in Atascadero. Due to the contents of the building, there was thick black smoke and noxious fumes; and vegetation was threatened in close proximity. Needless to say we needed all hands on deck. Read More...

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25 Jul Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Rest Haven mobile home park fire

Rest Haven mobile home park fire

CAL FIRE, Paso Robles Fire crews responded to a fire at Resthaven RV & Mobile Home Park on Adelaida Road, west of Paso Robles on Wednesday afternoon. Templeton Fire was called out on a second alarm to assist Paso Robles Fire Department. Fire officials say two mobile homes were destroyed, having two people displaced by...

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21 Jul Posted by in Fundraising, Relay for Life | Comments

The Society thanks you!

The Society thanks you!

Dear Friend, On behave of the California Division staff and volunteers of the American Cancer Society, I graciously thank you for your continued contributions.  Your mot recent gift of $1,875.00 through Relay For Life make you a member of The Society, an elite group of the American Cancer Society’s most dedicated supporters. Thank you again...

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16 Jul Posted by in Station Tours | Comments

Girl Scout Troop #40896

Girl Scout Troop #40896

Dear Firemen, Thank you for letting us go to your fire station. It was very grand and beautiful. We loved it. Thank you for letting us meet Spike. We learned not to be scared of a firefighter in a weird suit. We also liked the big red trucks! Your Fire buddies, Girl Scout Troop #40896

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