Welcome to The City of Firebaugh














This small community is located northwest of Fresno off Highway 33. Incorporated in 1914, Firebaugh has grown from ferry crossing to a small agriculture based city. Before the railroad, the San Joaquin River was the major thoroughfare to upstream communities. The ferry, located in Firebaugh, was the major crossing for prospectors heading for gold country. Ferries were the only way to cross the river until the late 1800’s when the first bridges were built. The San Joaquin River played a major role in the settling of the valley and Firebaugh is one of the oldest historical towns on the Westside.

Left your pet in the car with the windows open to stay cool? They’re still at risk for heat stroke in our summer heat. You may be prosecuted for leaving your pet unattended. Wherever you go, no matter the season, be sure to take your pets out of the car with you when you’re running errands.

See a dog or cat left in a hot car? Call 9-1-1 immediately and help save a life and avoid heatstroke.

If you have lost your dog in the City of Firebaugh.  It is important to start looking immediately if your dog is lost.  Animals can travel long distances so the sooner you start your search the better.
Click here for instruction for finding your pet and getting them back home safe.









Cantaloupe Round-Up Tickets On Sale At City Hall










SPLASH PARK HOURS: Saturday and Sundays from 3pm to 8pm

Parent Teen Resources

PG&E Small Business Resources

Alzheimers, Dementia and Memory Support 

Forklift Certification for Farm Workers
Certificacion Montacargas para Trabajadores en Agricultura

Water Schedule – Summer 2021
Horario de riego de Verano 2021 

Click here to see the Westside Transit schedule or call 1-855-612-5184

Drive thru dinner plate pickup:
Date: Every Wednesday Evenings
Time: 6pm
Place: Community Center 1655 13th Street