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Fresno County Fire Battalion 13

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Shawn Hogan, Battalion Chief









The Squaw Valley Battalion is in the South Eastern portion of the Unit. The Battalion consists of 151,117 acres of State Responsibility Land under direct CAL FIRE protection. The Battalion is bordered on the east side by both the Sierra and Sequoia National Forest.  The elevation of the Battalion ranges from 400 feet along the western SRA border to the highest point of 5,500 on the eastern border. Highway 180 runs through the middle of the Battalion. Also, known as Kings Canyon, it is the gateway to the Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park. This provides a high volume of visitor traffic through the Battalion each day. Pine Flat Reservoir is in the northern part of the Battalion and provides a moderate to high volume of summertime traffic. This reservoir supplies the Kings River that runs through the Central Valley.  Communities served in the Battalion are:  Squaw Valley, Dunlap, Pinehurst, Pine Flat Lake, Piedra, Wonder Valley, Tivy Valley, Hume Lake, and Miramonte.  The Battalion is home to the Squaw Valley, Piedra, Sand Creek and Wonder Valley Fire Stations. 

 Fresno County Fire Station 77 - Wonder Valley

6812 Elwood Rd

Sanger CA 93657



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