Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm

Who We Are

Citizens Promoting Emergency Services in Eastern Madera County

The purpose of the Auxiliary is to support and promote the best interests of North Fork Fire Station 11 and the communities within their coverage area. First responders assigned to this region are dispatched to fire and rescue incidents, traffic accidents, wildland fires, medical emergencies, and public assistance requests. 

The Auxiliary provides a link between our communities and the fire and EMS crews at Station 11 protecting Eastern Madera County.
Through citizen donations, we provide financial assistance to assist Station 11 in purchasing equipment and supplies.
We seek to offer public education regarding first-aid, CPR, personal safety, 9-1-1 notification, recruiting volunteers, and more.
As a Section 501(c) (3) nonprofit public benefit corporation, the Auxiliary supports public and charitable purposes.

We actively invite residents and organizations to join the North Fork Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary.

Our Early Vision

The NFVFD Auxiliary was formed in 2003 when the North Fork community recognized the need for a new fire station. The founding members met for many years at the library above the old fire station. A capital campaign was started, as well as fundraisers, to purchase equipment for the station that the county did not provide. Through the efforts of the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, the North Fork Community Development Council, the County of Madera, and the NFVFD Auxiliary, Station 11 was dedicated in 2013.

Our Mission

The purpose of the North Fork Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary is to support and promote the best interests of North Fork Station 11 and to provide a link between the communities and the Department. 

Auxiliary Leadership 2024

President:                 Rick Hamilton

Vice President:        Michael Delaney

Treasurer:                 Kathy Tooms

Secretary:                 Laura Bouche