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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. 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same.

The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association has chosen to get involved by wearing a special pink uniform t-shirt during the month of October.  They will also be selling a limited number of these special shirts to the public with the proceeds going to the Tower Cancer Research Foundation.  

We are happy to have our fellow brother Firefighter Paramedic James Charron back to work with us! James had a total hip replacement earlier this year and is now back to full duty as a Firefighter. He has been with the Beverly Hills Fire Department since 1994 and has been a Paramedic since 1996.  Welcome back James!

We are saddened to inform you of the passing of retired Firefighter Lyle Slater. Lyle resided in Kentucky at the time of his death and he worked for the BHFD for more than 30 years. He recently wrote a book (Divine Thump) about his experiences, friendships, and emergency responses while working at the BHFD.

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