Come learn more about OV-4: Olympic Valley Community Wildfire Buffer Project on September 28th. Please visit the Fuels Reduction Projects page here to learn more. 

The District will reimburse the $120 administrative fee for Olympic Valley Garbage Customers that use Placer County’s interest-free loan program to purchase and install a bear box. Review the flyer to learn more here.

The District sponsors and supports FOUR programs to help Olympic Valley Residents comply with Defensible Space Requirements. Learn more here. 




CPR Classes


**Beginning January 1st, 2020 Olympic Valley Fire Dept. will be a skills verification site ONLY. **

The AHA offers a blended learning program which includes a self-guided learning portion on line through the AHA website, and a skills verification portion completed at your Olympic Valley Fire Department Station. 

For assistance in scheduling a skills verification session, or signing up for a self-guided online portion through the AHA website, please contact: Mike wright, CPR coordinator at mwright@olympicvalleyfire.org or call O.V.F.D station 21 at (530) 583-6111.

The blended learning program is offered for all levels of CPR classes including CPR, CPR AED, First aid, and BLS healthcare provider. 

For more information regarding AHA blended learning, please visit:  https://cpr.heart.org/en/training-programs/elearning-and-blended-learnin...

To assist in finding a classroom course that fits your needs, please use the AHA class locator by visiting:  https://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/classConnector.jsp...

Skills verification prices will be as follows:

Heartsaver CPR AED: $27.00

Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED: $27.00

First Aid: $22.00

BLS HCP: $25.00





Safe Surrender


The Safely Surrendered Baby Law responds to the increasing number of newborn infant deaths due to abandonment in unsafe locations. First created in January 2001, the Safely Surrendered Baby Law was signed permanently into state law in January 2006. The law's intent is to save lives of newborn infants at risk of abandonment by encouraging parents or persons with lawful custody to safely surrender the infant within 72 hours of birth, with no questions asked.

From January 1, 2001, to March 31, 2014, 621 newborns have been surrendered in California, and as of March 31, 2014, 15 newborns have been surrendered in 2014. The Department is currently working to improve data gathering and statistics for abandoned infants in order monitor the effectiveness of the Safely Surrendered Baby Law in preventing infant abandonment.



Safe surrender sites are hospitals or other locations, typically fire stations, that are approved by the board of supervisors or fire agency in each county.
Safe surrender sites are required to display the blue and white logo.