About Springlake Fire Protection District
The Springlake Fire Protection District was created under the Health and Safety Code by a vote of the district registered voters on July 21, 1942. On July 26, 1965, the district was reorganized under the County Fire Protection District of 1961, also in accordance with the Health and Safety code (Board of Supervisors Resolution #65-159).
The Springlake Fire Protection District has agreements with City of Woodland Fire Department and the City of Davis Fire Department to provide fire protection services throughout the District. These agreements have been in place since the 1980’s and throughout the terms of these agreements, the property owners of the Springlake Fire Protection District have significantly benefited through the prompt and effective delivery of fire protection services, fire suppression services, emergency medical services and the other services provided under these agreements.
The district boundaries currently wrap around the north part of Woodland from CR 98 to I-5 over to East Street where it proceeds to Cache Creek, then east to the Yolo County Bypass and south to the City of Davis and the University of California, Davis and back west again to CR 998 and north to CR 27 where it turns east to CR 99 and then north to the City of Woodland’s southern boundary.
The District is divided into two Fire Service Areas. Fire Service Area A is the properties within the boundaries of the District lying north of County Road 29. The City of Woodland Fire Department provides fire services to this area. Fire Service Area B is the properties within the District boundaries lying south of County Road 29. The City of Davis Fire Department provides fire services to this area. Additionally, the UC Davis Fire Department provides fire services to all UC Davis properties within the District.