Linda, CA Since 1948  

About Us

The Linda Fireman's Association was formed in January of 1951.  The Association has grown from a social club to a strong local charitable organization.  The Association's stated objective is the promotion and protection of the best interests of the firefighters and their families, the Yuba-Sutter community and the Linda Fire Protection District.  Association membership is composed of active members of the Linda Fire Protection District, retired LFPD members and the Fire Commisioners. 

Meetings and Fundraisers

Meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month beginning at 8:00p.m. at Station 1.

We have two main fundraisers: 

  • fireworks sales in July (in the Popeye's parking lot by Walmart)
  • Christmas tree sales in December (at Station 1).

The proceeds from these events are used for charity donations throughout the year. 


Over the years, the association has donated to:

  • School programs such as sports teams, bands, Shady Creek trips, FFA and many more at our local elementary, middle and high schools.
  • Community and charity organizations such as the Cancer Society, foster care, T.I.P., Pacific Burn Institute, little league and many others both local and national.
  • Individual Students for sports teams, field trips and other fundraisers.

Requests for donations are best made in person at the monthly meetings.

The LaFrance

The Linda Fireman's Association is the proud owner of a 1924 American LaFrance type 75 triple combination pumper.  The engine was originally sold to the Dunsmuir Fire Department in 1924 and used by them until 1969 when it was purchased by the LFA.  The engine was restored and repainted with much of the mechanical work being done by association members.  The engine competed in many firefighter musters in the 1980's but has since retired to parade and special occasion appearances.  The engine was submerged along with most of LFD Station 1 in the 1986 flood and was rebuilt again.  The upper portion of the engine was rebuilt again in 2015.  The LaFrance is currently housed at Station 3.

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