Established February 28, 1949

Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District

Unincorporated Sleepy Hollow and Surrounding Areas, Marin County, California

Established February 28, 1949
Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District

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Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District (SHFPD) is an autonomous Special District of the State of California responsible for fire protection and emergency services in the unincorporated area of Sleepy Hollow in Marin County, California. SHFPD provides these services through its membership in the Ross Valley Fire Department, a Joint Powers Authority operated by the towns of San Anselmo, Fairfax, Ross, and the SHFPD.  SHFPD is an accredited Firewise© Community through the Firewise© Communities/USA program.

  • Board of Directors

    Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District is governed by a three member, elected Board of Directors.

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  • Meetings

    The Board of Directors meets regularly on or about the 3rd Thursday of Feb, May, Aug, and Nov.

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  • Documents & Archives

    Access important documents, files, archives and records of the Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District.

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16 July 2017
On August 5, 2017, Ross Valley Fire Department, Marin County Sheriff’s Office, Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District​, FIRESafe MARIN,...
10 July 2017
The July Chipper Days were a great success!  Our busiest Chipper Days ever, we saw 25% growth over the same time last year.  If yo...
10 July 2017
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETINGDate: July 12, 2017Time: 7:00 p.m.Place: 1317 Butterfield Road, San Anselmo...
24 June 2017
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETINGDate: June 27, 2017Time: 7:00 p.m.Place: 1317 Butterfield Road, San Anselmo...
23 June 2017
You Cut It, We Chip It.  2017 FREE Sleepy Hollow Chipper Days!CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!July 1-2: CURBSIDE PICK-UPPick-up on st...

Firewise Community Program

firewise logoSleepy Hollow Fire Protection District (SHFPD) has approved a planning project that is the first step to our District  obtaining certification as a Firewise® community.  The National Fire Protection Association’s Firewise® Communities Program (www.firewise.org) helps individuals to take responsibility for preparing their homes from the risk of wildfire.  Firewise® communities are not only safer, but residents often see a significant reduction in the cost of homeowner’s insurance.  Learn more...

Emergency Center/Community Center Information

Sleepy Hollow community center/emergency center, front elevationSleepy Hollow Fire Protection District (SHFPD)  requested recommendations from District residents for projects and programs to improve emergency preparedness in Sleepy Hollow.    Recommendations include consideration of a proposal to participate in the Sleepy Hollow Community Center Rebuild Project, to create a community emergency center incorporating disaster preparedness and relief functions, as well as business space for the Fire Protection District.   A study and architectural drawings and concepts are now complete.   Learn more...