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The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association (BHFA) represents the 77 full-time, professional firefighters and paramedics who protect the residents and visitors of our world-class community. Our members operate the city’s three fire stations 24 hours per day and respond to over 6,000 incidents a year. These incidents require firefighters to call on their expertise in firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous material operations and technical rescue.  Beverly Hills Firefighters provide the community with the highest level of service possible. Since firefighters spend roughly one-third of their lives on the job, your Beverly Hills Firefighters are engaged community members, contributors to local causes, participants in local events and stakeholders in the success of this world-class city. The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association are committed to being a positive force in the community we proudly serve. We take pride in making a difference to the residents and visitors of Beverly Hills, both on and off duty.

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Welcome to the Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association website. The purpose of this association is to provide its members with representation and assistance at all levels. We have a diverse group and promote an inclusive organization. We encourage good relationships with City Management, Department Administration, Citizens, Police and Fire colleague Associations, local charities and civic organizations and our greater community. We continue to be committed to our members and the citizens of Beverly Hills. 

The Beverly Hills FIrefighters' Association was recognized recently by the Beverly Hills Little League for their volunteer support. Every year, off-duty volunteer members of the BHFA give back to the community by serving up hot dogs using the BHFA's custom "Hot Dog Trailer".
The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association is excited to use their updated "2015 Hot Dog Trailer" this year!

The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association was proud to donate $1,000 to the Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation today at the Vahagn Setian Memorial Run.

Beverly Hills Firefighter Paramedic Humberto Covarrubias along with his wife Michelle, and her sister Margaret participated in the run. Also running for the BHFA team were Fire Engineer Jeff Thomas and Fire Marshal Joe Matsch.

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