About Morongo Fire
The Morongo Fire Department is responsible for protecting 110 square miles of reservation land that is comprised of a residential community, tribal enterprises and a 27-story, 44-acre casino. They respond to calls both on and off of the reservation and is staffed with a Fire Chief, Deputy Chief of Operations, 24 full time all-risk firefighters and an administrative assistant.
The Morongo Fire Department’s mission is to provide essential emergency and non-emergency services to protect the lives and property of tribal members, descendants, residents, employees, and guests of the Morongo Indian Reservation and to protect the tribe’s historical, environmental, cultural and economic resources.
The Morongo Fire Department’s vision is to implement and maintain innovative programs and strategies for life-saving education and training to the Morongo community. Our department envisions ongoing partnerships with other tribal departments, as well as outside public safety agencies, to promote an effective “All Risk” emergency response capability.
A message from the Fire Chief
As both a tribal member and employee from out great Tribe, it is my greatest honor and a privilege to serve as your Fire Chief.
It is our mission is to protect life, property, and the environment through education, prevention, and effective response to fire, medical and environmental emergencies in the tribal community and beyond. We have an extremely dedicated and professional workforce of 27 members who strive to accomplish that mission each day through the delivery of services, programs, and partnership agreements with county, state and local agencies.
I look forward to leading a department that will remain committed to providing the highest level of services in the most professional, efficient, and cost-effective manner possible.
Our staff/Organizational Chart
Morongo Fire Department
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