The Santee Fire Department is a full-service department, providing fire suppression, paramedic ambulance service, search and rescue, fire prevention inspections and permits, public fire education programs, emergency preparedness planning and other services based on community needs.
When: March 14, 2020, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Station 4, 8950 Cottonwood Avenue
Regular CPR classes are available for six or more participants.
These classes include infant, child and adult CPR, AED and First
Aid. Both renewals and new-issues are available. The class lasts
between three and six hours, depending on the class size. Classes
are held quarterly, if enough participants have signed up in
The cost for this class is $45 per student. An Ecard will be
emailed to you upon course completion, which can be printed or
viewed at any time.
The American Heart Association's "Heartsaver CPR AED -
Student Workbook" will be included with the cost of the class and
will be provided to you for viewing and take home when you
arrive to class. You may purchase the workbook elsewhere ahead
of time, if you prefer.
While we cannot predict when disasters will happen, there are
steps you can take today to be prepared. Find out which hazards
you may face at your home, school or work. Visit www.ReadySanDiego.org and click on “Know Your Hazards”.
Enter your address to learn the risks you may face.
Fire Department Forms
Paramedic Ambulance Report
Medical Report: A $12 fee in the form of cash* or a check, made
out to the City of Santee, is required. If the medical report you are
requesting is for someone other than yourself, this release must
be filled out by that person and also submitted: Medical Waiver
A $12 fee in the form of cash* or a check, made out to the City of
Santee, is required. Send the completed medical or fire report
request, along with a check for $12* and the medical waiver, if
City of Santee
Fire Administration - Building 5
10601 Magnolia Avenue
Santee, CA 92071