Any cities looking to contract with Lacofd

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Any cities looking to contract with Lacofd

Post by Firehousehot »

I know Lacofd is taking over Vernon 10/21. Any other cities thinking about going county?
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Re: Any cities looking to contract with Lacofd

Post by Casey »

West Covina, La Verne, and San Gabriel all have expressed their wanting to go with LACoFD.

San Gabriel had gotten into asking for a survey by LACoFD, but I believe that has been put on hold for some reason.

La Verne has expressed interest as well.

West Covina is pushing hard to "Go County".

If you search the West Covina Council site, they may still have a YouTube vid of a meeting where the Chief outlined the pros/cons of merging.

As to how far any of these cities have gotten in the process, I'm out of the loop.
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Re: Any cities looking to contract with Lacofd

Post by Monrovia1 »

I've heard that when Vernon comes over, LA County will not be taking on Vernon's seagraves.
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