ONN – Oakland Hills Fire Storm Remembrance 150 Year Anniversary Of Oakland Fire Department
Oakland – This Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019
Oakland Hills Fire Storm Remembrance
150 year Anniversary of the Oakland Fire Department
location: Gateway Memorial Gardens and Exhibition Center
At the convergence of Hiller/Tunnel Road/Caldecott Lane
10:30 am to 11:15 am
New Wildfire Specific Fire Engines and Trucks available for your inspection
Emergency Services information
Mayor Libby Schaaf, Fire Chief Darin White, Council Member Dan Kalb
Recognition of our areas resilience
All are invited
Oakland Fire Dept.
Originally posted by Carolyn Burgess of the Oakland North Hills Community Association.
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