The Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection District operates out of two fire stations, with Station 1 housing our administrative offices and full-time staff, and Station 2 functioning as a training center and staging area for part-time and volunteer firefighters responding to calls. MLFD is a combination department with eight full-time employees and approximately 45 part-time and volunteer employees. Daily emergency response staffing includes one Duty Chief and one two to three person Engine Company. On larger incidents and/or when multiple calls come in simultaneously, additional apparatus are staffed with volunteer and part-time employees. MLFD is considered an all-risk department, and as such, responds to a wide variety of incidents including: structure fires, wildland fires, ice and water rescues, hazardous materials incidents, medical emergencies and motor vehicle accidents.