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Upcoming Events
Apr
3
Mon
5:30 pm Tree Advisory Group (TAG) @ City of Ukiah Civic Center
Tree Advisory Group (TAG) @ City of Ukiah Civic Center
Apr 3 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tree Advisory Group (TAG) @ City of Ukiah Civic Center | Ukiah | California | United States
TAG is a volunteer organization dedicated to the enhancement of the urban forest in Ukiah. TAG advises the City of Ukiah on issues such as tree care, planting, and education. They also champion City tree programs (e.g. the Landmark Tree … Continue reading
Apr
5
Wed
1:00 pm Competitive Bidding – Requiremen... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Competitive Bidding – Requiremen... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Apr 5 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Competitive Bidding - Requirements and Compliance @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center | Ukiah | California | United States
The City of Ukiah, the County of Mendocino and the North Coast Builders Exchange invite you to attend two FREE Workshops Both Workshops will be offered on TWO separate days! COMPETITIVE BIDDING-REQUIREMENTS AND COMPLIANCE for CONTRACTORS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SPECIAL … Continue reading
3:00 pm Competitive Bidding- Regulations... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Competitive Bidding- Regulations... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Apr 5 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Competitive Bidding- Regulations and Responsibilities @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center | Ukiah | California | United States
The City of Ukiah, the County of Mendocino and the North Coast Builders Exchange invite you to attend two FREE Workshops Both Workshops will be offered on TWO separate days! REGULATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES for CONTRACTORS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS … Continue reading
Apr
6
Thu
8:00 am Competitive Bidding- Requirement... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Competitive Bidding- Requirement... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Competitive Bidding- Requirements and Compliance @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center | Ukiah | California | United States
The City of Ukiah, the County of Mendocino and the North Coast Builders Exchange invite you to attend two FREE Workshops Both Workshops will be offered on TWO separate days! COMPETITIVE BIDDING-REQUIREMENTS AND COMPLIANCE for CONTRACTORS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SPECIAL … Continue reading
10:00 am Competitive Bidding- Regulations... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Competitive Bidding- Regulations... @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Competitive Bidding- Regulations and Responsibilities @ Ukiah Valley Conference Center | Ukiah | California | United States
The City of Ukiah, the County of Mendocino and the North Coast Builders Exchange invite you to attend two FREE Workshops Both Workshops will be offered on TWO separate days! REGULATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES for CONTRACTORS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS … Continue reading

Fire Department History

The Eagle Hose Company was formed on September 19, 1856. It consisted of citizens who were volunteers. On March 3, 1877 the Eagle Fire Company was formed. This first effort at providing some form of fire service for Ukiah came as a result of the frustration of business owners at watching their buildings burn down, and having no firefighting equipment. Several downtown business owners got together and organized the Eagle Fire Company, and immediately petitioned to the City Council for a ladder truck and hose wagon. Both of these very first pieces of firefighting equipment are still retained by the Fire Department, and can be seen at the Civic Center. You had to be at least 15 years old to be a member.

Subsequently, cisterns were added in the block around the courthouse, and a wooden water main was run into downtown from a water supply in Standley canyon to the West. In the 1880’s, Ukiah purchased a hand-pumped fire engine from Petaluma, which operated into the next century. Motorized apparatus came in the teens of the twentieth century, and a Model TT fire truck, as well as a 1923 American LaFrance fire engine are still retained by the Fire Department.


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