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Aaron Mundello


Craig Lundquist James Brewer
Joey Rocha


Aspen Desaire Bryant Desaire
Nate Ward



To run the fire district.


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2018 Agendas



Newest vehicle in the fleet, No. 84 is a fantastic vehicle.


The workhorse of the fleet, its been around for a while.


On May 6, 1942 Mr. Morrow from the Stanislaus County Farm Mutual Insurance Company visited a group of 24 men to discuss establishing a fire department in the town of Denair. Mr. Morrow informed those in attendance that on March 25, 1942 the Stanislaus County Farm Mutual Insurance Company ordered seven fire engines from the Van Pelt Organization in Oakdale California to establish departments throughout Stanislaus County. Of those seven, the Denair Fire Department was offered the very first engine. It was decided by those in attendance to join the program and to establish a fire department. The founding Board of Directors were nominated and put into place that night as well. The founding Board of Directors were: Dave Holvick, Don Scott, Lew Burwell, Hubert Downie, Charles Pratt, Joe Domecq, and Guy Brown. It was also discussed and decided upon to build the first station.

On June 17, 1942 at 2:30pm, the first engine was delivered to the Denair Fire Department on the corner of Alameda Ave and Elm St. Accepting the engine on behalf of the Denair Fire Department was the first Fire Chief, Don Scott. This engine carried 650 feet of hose, 350 gallons of water, and had a pumping capacity of 350 gallons per minute. This engine, designated Engine 1215, can still be seen in parades and special events being attended by the Denair Fire Department.




P.O. Box 262
Denair, California 95316


3918 North Gratton Road
Denair, California, 95316


Emergencies: 911
Non-Emergencies: (209) 632-5032

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Deep Pit Bar-B-Que

September 2018

Amazing, savory bbq fundraiser. A tradition for decades.

Christmas Tree Lighting

Happens every christmas