6,145

TOTAL CALLS
(June YTD)

4,575

Medical Calls
(June YTD)

127

Fires
(June YTD)

1,231

Public Assists
(June YTD)

212

Other
(June YTD)

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Your A_V_Firefighters on BE332 is currently on their way home. They've been on this Strike Team for 24 days since switching out with the previous crew who was there for the 14 days prior. With all the fires the past two months your A_V_Firefighters have been working a bit extra whether on a strike team or back filling at home. Here's a post from Firefighter Paramedic Robert Richer

Finally Headed home!! After 24 days on the strike team and being at work for the past 41 days I think I’m ready. Had some fun, learned a lot and put in some good work. Started on the SCU lightning complex and ended on the Dolan Fire. Thank you Lindsey for handling everything at home while I’ve been gone. It makes it so much easier to be gone for so long when I know she can handle everything on the home front. And thank you Shane and Jaybud for such a good strike team. Couldn’t ask for a better crew. I put some pictures in here just to prove I was there. Lol.  

Join us as we wish them a safe journey home! @avfpd @avfd332 #sculightningcomplex #dolanfire
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God bless all firemen Thanku for your service

Thank you to you and your family for the commitment and dedication.

Salute

God bless the firefighters and their families ♡

God Bless

Thank you!!

THANK YOU! Also to the spouses who take care of the home front, so these firefighters can focus on this difficult task! Well done! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Cmon home guys captain is buying first round of beers

Amazing! Stay safe and strong. We all love our firefighters.

You guys are amazing! Thank you 😊

God Bless You!🇺🇸

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USDA Forest Service officials on the San Bernardino National Forest have confirmed the death of a firefighter on the #ElDoradoFire. The incident took place on Thursday, September 17, 2020. Our thoughts and prayers are with this Firefighters family and our brothers and sister of the US Forest Service. ... See MoreSee Less

USDA Forest Service officials on the San Bernardino National Forest have confirmed the death of a firefighter on the #ElDoradoFire. The incident took place on Thursday, September 17, 2020.  Our thoughts and prayers are with this Firefighters family and our brothers and sister of the US Forest Service.

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So sorry. RIP and prayers for families and all firefighters

Praying for all our firefighters.

May he rest in peace 🙏

Please keep this wonderful family in your thoughts and your prayers and donate if you can. All proceeds will be going directly to Tawni. GOD SPEED Cory! NORTON STRONG!
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Please keep this wonderful family in your thoughts and your prayers and donate if you can. All proceeds will be going directly to Tawni. GOD SPEED Cory! NORTON STRONG!
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We are devastated to hear the news this morning that our Brother Cory Norton has passed. Cory Norton was always considered a part of our family having ties to our Department thru his father, Chris Norton. His father Chris was a Captain with Apple Valley Fire Protection District before becoming a Battalion Chief with San Bernardino County Fire. Once family, always family. Cory had a long battle with cancer, fought and endured more then many of us would ever attempt. He had faith and love in his savoir and love for his family and life itself. Cory went on to follow in his Father's footsteps becoming a firefighter with San Bernardino County Fire and promoting to the rank of Engineer. Cory was a husband, a father' a son and brother. For all his suffering over these past years Cory always had a smile on his face and was full of life. Most of us stood in wonderment trying to comprehend his strength and amazing attitude. We will take comfort in knowing he is with his Savoir. Rest In Peace Cory ... See MoreSee Less

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Cory looks like he had a face that lit up a room I am sure he is lighting up heaven RIP Prayers for his wife and family 🙏

So very sorry for our loss😪

I've been blessed to know Cory and his family for my whole life and I have to say that heaven gained an angel. Sending the whole family love and support through this time #FireFamilyIsForever 💕

A fallen HERO❤️ so very sorry for your loss RIP 😔

The procession last night was beautiful. God's blessing on his family

RIP Brother !! Mikey BFD (Retired)

A heartbreaking loss. Rest easy in Jesus’ loving arms. 💞

My condolences to Cory's family, Fire Departments, and the communities he served. RIP Cory and thanks for your service.

I have tears in my eyes... I am heart broken for his family! My condolences to the family!😢 I will be praying for you during this extremely difficult time! 🙏

Our prayers, love and thoughts r with his family and all 1st responders family. RIP

Till we meet again

I'm sorry to Norton family for your lost RIP Cory

My deepest sympathies to his family at home and the department. May he rest in peace in Heaven.

Heaven gained another angel and we were truly blessed for the time he was here with us. Sending prayers to the family.❤️

RIP Cory. It was a pleasure getting to meet you at Station 10. Sending thoughts and prayers to your family.

So very sorry! Nothing but love to all the Norton’s on their devastating loss. Cory Rest in Pease!!

RIP. I lost. My retired firefighter husband to Cancer in March. My heart & prayers go out to his family.

Prayers of comfort for family during this difficult time.

Thank you for your Service Cory

God speed my brother. Rest easy we will take it from here. Thank you for your service and your good fight. R.i.P. 🙏🙏🙏

RIP 🙏🙏🙏

RIP. Brother

That was beautiful. He was an amazing man. His sunshine lives on in his family!!

Love, Light, and Prayers for all affected by this tragedy!!! May the Lord lift you in His Grace and Comfort...May He Light the path that is laid before you....And KNOW that an Angel has received HIS wings..May the Lord Bless you all and Know He will never forsake you...God Speed 🙏🏻

Sorry for your loss brother God bless you and all your fireman be safe

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Apple Valley Firefighters Foundation

Your A_V_Firefighters handed a check for $3000.00 to the Orenda Foundation. We were able to do this because of the very successful 1st annual Summer Burnout Car Show. Thanks to all who made this fund raising event so successful. Once again…

Summer Burnout Car Show

Your Apple Valley Firefighters are proud to present The 1st Annual Summer Burnout Car Show! This car show will take place August 24th, 2019 at Maxwell's Burgers in Apple Valley. It will benefit local Veterans at the Orenda Foundation. Mark…

The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

We Do More Than Save Lives!

Your Apple Valley Professional Fire Fighters continue to support local area programs and services. We’re big supporters of area youth sports, believing that taking care of our youth we are taking care of the future of Apple Valley. When you  support your firefighters, your supporting the Apple Valley youth and Apple Valley’s future.