We Are All In This Together!

The San Francisco Fire Department continues to be guided by the Center for Disease Control, San Francisco Department of Public Health, and Mayor Breed regarding factual and up to date health orders directives, and  best practices for protecting our members and preventing the spread of the virus in our shared community. 


The San Francisco Fire Department is committed to working with the community to provide a variety of information and resources. We encourage San Francisco residents to educate yourself, family, and others with safety information and tips offered by clicking here.

For information about how and where to get a Covid-19 Vaccine contact your healthcare provider or click here for more information.

Together We Are Stronger

While one in five people in the U.S. will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, right now, we are all facing unique challenges that are impacting our mental health. Sheltering in place, social isolation, loss of income, or a job, are the devastating fallout and effects from an already uncertain and anxiety-filled time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. For more information about Mental Health Awareness Resources and Tools click here.

Make the Right Call!

Dial 3-1-1 to get information about local advisories and what city departments are operating in San Francisco. Free, 24/7 via phone, web, mobile, and Twitter.

Dial 2-1-1 to get connected to a specialist for assistance and referrals for all health and human services (basic needs and support services) in San Francisco. Free, Confidential, 24/7. Available in multiple languages.

Dial 9-1-1 if there a danger to life, property, or the environment due to a medical emergency, fire, crime in progress. If you think you may have been exposed to the Coronavirus, notify the call-taker immediately so they may better inform responders how to take care of you and protect themselves from exposure. 

Helping Families Stay Safe at Home!

With so many families staying at home, adhering to the current Shelter in Place order we offer the following links for families to stay safe:

Check out some fun informational tips through Kidde Fire Safety on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Celebrating Holidays & Family Traditions During COVID-19

Annual memorials, family traditions, and religious rituals provide a touchstone for comfort for a lot of families, as they are predictable and often acknowledge community strength and resilience. San Francisco families practicing shelter-in-place and social distancing will need to get creative via Messenger, Zoom, FaceTime, etc. to celebrate various religious and family holidays.

Public gatherings are cancelled and not prohibited and members of separate households should avoid gathering inside or outside, except to access or perform essential services in adherence to the current shelter in place order, to ensure the protection, safety, and health of our shared community. Please note many San Francisco Parks and Recreational Facilities remain closed or inaccessible to the public and the current shelter in place prohibits the gathering of groups and crowds.