Articles From : MontecitoFire

  • Montecito Fire District Releases 2021 Annual Report

    The Montecito Fire Protection District shares its 2021 annual report with the community.

  • COMMUNITY INVITED TO 1/9 DEBRIS FLOW VIRTUAL REMEMBRANCE EVENT

    As we approach the fourth anniversary of the 1/9 Debris Flow, our community will once again come together for a commemorative ceremony, Raising Our Light, on Sunday, January 9 at 6:30 p.m.

  • Paraglider Crash Lands in Montecito Yard

    Montecito Firefighters were called to a local residence at about 12:30pm Saturday where a paraglider made an emergency landing in the front yard.

  • Truck Crashes Into Montecito Gas Line

    Montecito Firefighters responded to a truck that crashed into a gas line on the 1300 block of E. Valley Rd Tuesday morning.

  • Two Trail Rescues on Friday

    Search and Rescue responded to two trail rescues in the foothills on Friday.

  • Tea Fire Sparked 13 Years Ago

    On this day in 2008, a wildfire started near a Montecito property known as the Tea Gardens.

  • Romero Fire Sparked 50 Years Ago

    On this day 50 years ago, the Romero Fire was started in the hills above Montecito.

  • Gas Leak on Sycamore Canyon

    [Update]: Montecito Firefighters are on the scene of an outside gas leak at 2000 Sycamore Cyn Rd. The roadway is now open.

  • Coyote Fire Sparked 57 Years Ago

    On this day 57 years ago, the Coyote Fire started off of Coyote Rd. east of Sycamore Canyon.

  • Red Flag Warning for Santa Barbara County

    Montecito Fire Department is preparing for dangerously elevated fire weather conditions and asks community members to take steps now to be ready to evacuate in the event of a wildfire.

  • Vent Retrofit Program hardens Montecito homes ahead of fire season

    The Montecito Fire Department finished a pilot program to replace vents at local homes with more fire-resistant materials.

  • Montecito Firefighters Rescue Lost Dog on Hike

    Montecito firefighters rescued a dog that had become lost while hiking with its humans on the Hot Springs Trail.

  • Temporary Parking Restrictions Near Miramar

    The Montecito Fire Department is imposing temporary parking restrictions near Miramar Ave and Humphrey's Road to allow more space for emergency vehicles.