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PASO ROBLES, CA, January 26, 2021 – City of Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services recently completed its Annual Report for 2020 and is making the results available to the public.
The report outlines the department’s mission and core values, history, annual achievements, and statistics. In this report, residents will find detailed information about response standards, performance measurements, number of EMS and fire incidents, significant events, community risk reduction efforts, financials, and community engagement.
Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services will actively use this report to examine their own practices to ensure effective and efficient services are provided to the community. Several deficiencies have been identified in this report. These identified deficiencies will assist the City Council and oversight committee in determining how Measure J-20 funding could be utilized.
The report has been provided to City Council and will be presented at a future City Council meeting.
“2020 was a year of challenge and change. This year our department and community truly exhibited what is means to be Paso Strong,” Fire Chief Jonathan Stornetta states. “The staff of Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services remains creative and resilient during these challenging times. Standing by their mission of “Our Mission is You”, in addition to answering over 3,600 calls for service in 2020 staff was proactive in erecting a temporary homeless shelter, conducting wildland fire fuels mitigation throughout the community, assisting in wildland fires throughout the state, and securing over $1.5 million in federal grants to better serve the residents and visitors of our community. These are just a few examples of why I am so proud to lead such a great organization, and work for such a remarkable community.”
The 2020 Annual Report for Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services can be found here.
Please direct questions, comments or concerns to Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services Chief Jonathan Stornetta at firstname.lastname@example.org