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Levels of Service, Cost Options to Be Reviewed by Community


Hermosa Beach, Calif. – The City of Hermosa Beach will be hosting two Town Hall meetings to discuss the future of fire services within the City.

The meetings will consist of a presentation of service levels by Interim Hermosa Beach Fire Department Chief Pete Bonano, and review our options for staffing the fire department and the associated costs relating to the future of fire services.  The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

The first Town Hall meeting has been recorded and is available to view online here: Aug. 24th Future Fire Services Town Hall Broadcast

The second meeting is scheduled for the following:

  • Mon., Sept. 26th at the Community Theater (710 Pier Ave.), 7 PM – 9 PM

In addition to the Town Hall meetings, Chief Bonano will also meet with local community groups to review the presentation detailing the different scenarios for staffing and answer questions within the group.  If you would like to schedule a presentation for your group, please contact Gina Konrad at (310) 318-0328 or via email at

Please be sure to also read frequently asked questions and answers, and access other background materials regarding the costs and level of service in relation to the fire department that will be posted on this website.

Additional questions and comments can be submitted to Katie Casey, the City’s Public Information Officer (PIO) at Please also fill out the comment card on this page and submit to our PIO for inclusion of your statements to City Council.

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Attachment: Video - "Did You Know" Hermosa Beach Fire Department

Attachment: Document - HBFD Town Hall Presentation

Attachment: Document - Level of Service Comparison

Attachment: Document - Community Feedback Form


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