The Los Angeles County Fire Department has a very rich and unique history, which is full of innovation, and daring accomplishments. From designing the 911 system in the 1970’s to the current day USAR and Homeland Security sections, our fire department is a leader and a model to fire departments around the world.
Along with our rich history, the personnel take pride in not only our organization, but also in the areas in which they serve. Part of this pride is demonstrated in the designs of their station patches, and in their station or Battalion logos. These “unofficial” patches incorporate some of the landmarks, backgrounds, and cultures of the more than 2,200 square miles we serve in the County.