There are two fire stations serving the City of Walnut: Fire Station No. 61 and Fire Station No. 146. These stations are under the guidance of Los Angeles County Chief Daryl L. Osby and Assistant Fire Chief Roy Dull.
Fire Station No. 61 serves the City of Walnut as well as the surrounding County areas, the City of Industry, and the City of Diamond Bar. This Station has a paramedics unit and a fire engine. They respond to all emergencies including accidents, fires, swift water rescues, and hazardous material spills.
Station No. 61
20011 La Puente Road
Fire Station No. 146 serves the City of Walnut including Mt. San Antonio College. This Station is known as a Critical Station. This means that although it responds to emergencies in the City of Walnut, it also provides mutual aid to other cities, such as West Covina and Diamond Bar as well as other areas including Orange County. This Station has one fire engine and a barn type structure to store the fire apparatus. In the event that a mutual aid emergency will be for a period exceeding a one half-hour, another engine will be deployed to this Station. This is so that a unit is available to respond to other emergencies that might occur.
Station No. 146
20604 Loyalton Drive
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