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The 1939 Mack Truck has been restored!  In service with Stockton Fire until 1974 - and after 35 years of service to the Stockton community - the Mack Truck has been secured by the Stockton Fire Foundation.  The engine we rebuilt, a clutch was recently secured, and this Truck is now operational for Stockton Firefighters' Holiday outreach to the community; Stockton Fire History & Pride!

Stockton Fire Foundation would like to thank Tillerman Jerry Enni for his craftsmanship and dedication to detail in preserving the 1939 Mack Fire Truck’s Legacy image when applying the new decals. They look fantastic and we thank you for your continued support in helping the S.F.D. show their Pride in Department and Company Pride with your artistic eye and design skill set.



The Stockton Fire Department prides itself on continuously training its members. Much of the trainings are done in-house utilizing the wealth of knowledge within Stockton Fire.  But there are additional training opportunities in the Fire service that would allow Stockton Firefighters to  enhance their skills to best serve the community at the highest levels.  



Far too many pets die each year of smoke asphyxiation. While firefighters attempt to get pets safely out of burning structures, they are not able to revive them unless they have the proper equipment - pet oxygen masks.


These specially-designed animal masks can be used both on conscious pets that have suffered from smoke inhalation and pets that need to be resuscitated after losing consciousness from exposure to the dangerous toxic fumes.



Stockton Fire Stations are not only a workplace but also a firefighters’ second home.  Firefighters are on shift for 48 hours at a time, answering calls day and night.  The Adopt-a-Station Program provides a way for the community to support their neighborhood Station – or simply Fire Stations in general – so firefighters can purchase items that they are personally responsible for buying like laptop computers, recreational equipment, electronics, bedding, or even meals.



Fundraising efforts and in-kind donations provide firefighters with: 

  • Specialty ice packs. 

  • Particulate barrier hoods that reduce exposure to carcinogenic and other toxic materials at fires.

  • High-resolution cameras to be carried on trucks and arson investigation vehicles for use at incident scenes.

Active Campaigns
Funded Campaigns 
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Particulate barrier hoods for cancer prevention

Firefighting hoods protect firefighters from heat in fire situations. Recent advances in hood design and fabrics have added protection from toxic carcinogenic particulates. Particulate barrier hoods act as a fidlter to reduce firefighters' exposure to persistent carcinogens and other contaminants. The generous grant support from the California Water Service (Cal Water) allowed the Foundation to purchase hoods for each fire personnel.

Matterport imaging camera for arson investigation

The Matterport system consists of a mounted camera that swivels 360 degrees, taking photos of a fire scene into 3D rendered images that allow firefighters to investigate fires in homes and businesses. This Matterport system was made possible by a generous donation from Anna and Bob Morgan.

Sparky Outfit For Fire Prevention and Education

A grant donation provided by our local Walmart stores has allowed the Foundation to purchase a new Sparky suit used by Fire Prevention in educational settings. The suit is useful for teaching fire and life safety to children because it can communicate with them on their level. 

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