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.

 

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MICRO TRANSIT SURVEY

 

 

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FOR INFORMATION IN REGARDS TO APARTMENTS LOCATED ON HWY 33 PLEASE CALL 209-408-0626 OR FOLLOW LINK    https://www.delriofirebaugh.com/

FRESNO COUNTY RURAL TRANSIT AGENCY
PHONE NUMBER: 1-855-612-5184
SCHEDULE: CLICK THE LINK BELOW

 

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FOR INFORMATION IN REGARDS TO APARTMENTS LOCATED ON HWY 33 PLEASE CALL 209-408-0626 OR FOLLOW LINK    https://www.delriofirebaugh.com/

FRESNO COUNTY RURAL TRANSIT AGENCY
PHONE NUMBER: 1-855-612-5184
SCHEDULE: CLICK THE LINK BELOW

Click for Parent’s Guide To Fentanyl: 

  • Tips for Parents
  • Information on Fentanyl
  • Online Safety Tools
  • Helpful Videos & Articles

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.

LOST DOG
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.

    Times and dates are subject to change without notice

    Free Dinner Pickup
    A.F. Hall/Community Center – Address: 1655 13th Street
    Date: Every Wednesday
    Time: 5:00 pm until food is finished
    CANCELLED FOR JUNE 12TH

    Fresno EOC Food Service Distribution Dates – 2024
    A.F. Hall/Community Center –  Address: 1655 13th Street 
    Hours: 9am – 10am
    January 11
    February 8
    March 14
    April 11
    May 9
    June 13
    July 11
    August 8
    September 12
    October 10
    November 14
    December 12

    Central California Food Bank Distribution Dates – 2024
    A.F.  Hall/ Community Center – Address: 1655 13th Street
    Hours: 8am – 12pm
    January  04 and 18
    February  01 and 15
    March 07 and 21
    April 04 and 18
    May 02 and 16
    June 06 and 20
    July 04 and 18
    August 01 and 15
    September 05 and 19
    October 03 and 17
    November 07 and 21
    December 05 and 19

    Central California Food Bank Distribution Dates – 2024
    Dunkle Park  – Address: 1501 Q Street                               
    Hours: 8am – 12pm
    January 03 and 25
    February 07 and 22
    March 06 and 28
    April 03 and 25
    May 01 and 23
    June 05 and 27
    July 03 and 25
    August 07 and 22
    September 04 and 26
    October 02 and 24
    November 06 and 28
    December 04 and 26

    Senior Food Commodity Distribution Dates – 2024
    Senior Center – Address: 1601 Thomas Conboy Ave 

    Time: 2pm

    Must be 60 or over and please bring your identification. For further information please call (209) 538-9700.


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