Programs and Services



Learn CPR - People who experience Sudden Cardiac Arrest die because they don't receive immediate CPR from someone close-by.  As a family member, friend or bystander, don't be afraid. Your actions can only help. In a couple of hours, you can learn to save a life! ...more



The EMS Subscription Program is a program designed to protect Corona citizens and businesses from out-of-pocket expenses related to emergency care provided by the Corona Fire Department. The subscription program assures residents and businesses of the City of Corona, the same high level of service and care without additional out of pocket cost if you should have the misfortune of a medical emergency. ...more



The City of Corona, along with Cassidian Communications (formerly PlantCML), has instituted an improved local notification system that will be able to send telephone notifications to residents and businesses within City of Corona. This system is an upgrade to the former Reverse911 (R911) system and will be used by emergency response personnel to notify those homes and businesses at risk with information on emergency events and/or actions (such as evacuation) by way of voice message, text or email. ...more



The Public Access Defribrillation (PAD) program is to provide the training and resources to aid in the successful resuscitation of a victim of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). This goal can be achieved by making the equipment and training readily available to the public. The success of a PAD Program depends on three important factors - the location of equipment, training of personnel, and public education. ...more


VIAL OF LIFE (Life Information For Emergencies)

The “Vial of Life” program helps you to compile personal information and have it available for 911 responders in the event of an emergency. ...more


Hazardous waste is any discarded material that threatens public health, safety and the environment due to its chemical nature. Throwing these materials in the trash or sewer system puts oceans and groundwater at risk. ...more

Needles and Sharps

Don’t throw your needles or sharps in the trash!!

Beginning on September 1, 2008, state law (Section 118286 of the California Health and Safety Code) makes it illegal to dispose of home-generated sharps waste in the trash or recycling containers, and requires that all sharps waste be transported to a collection center in a sharps container approved by the local enforcement agency.

Home generated sharps must be placed in an approved container and brought to a Sharps Kiosk or Household Hazardous Waste Collection facility or event for FREE disposal, or disposed of at an alternative approved location. Residents can use a store bought biohazard container with a secured lid or make their own approved container.

Click here for additional disposal information and to find the nearest collection facility.


Requests for public education presentations, event appearances, or fire station tours can now be made online.

All requests must be made at least two weeks prior to the date of the event and will be honored subject to emergency call status and personnel availability. Requests received outside our normal business hours will be reviewed the next business day.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate requests for private events, such as Birthday or Anniversary parties, Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings. Requests submitted for such events will be denied.

Click here to complete your Tours and Presentations Request.



The City of Corona Fire Explorer Post 360 is comprised of young adults who are eager to gain real life experiences, training, and exposure to the career opportunities of the fire service.  The program was formed with combined efforts from the City of Corona Fire Department and Learning for Life to meet the needs and concerns of the next generation of citizens.  Young men and women are voluntarily brought into the association with adults to build character, citizenship, education, knowledge, and the promotion of physical and mental health. ...more



The Corona Fire Department provides service to our community by understanding the needs of the community through a variety of outreach programs and using innovative methods to effectively meet those needs. One of those methods is the utilization of volunteers. In order to assist us in providing this service to our community, it is important that you have a grasp of the organization the department uses to provide those services. ...more