The Hermosa Beach Fire Department (HBFD) consists of one station…More with 18 personnel, one assistant fire chief and one fire chief. The department also hires ambulance operators/interns for future firefighters. The department's history traces back to 1907, when Hermosa Beach incorporated. In addition, a past HBFD fire chief has been credited with starting a national trend of buying new white-painted fire engines instead of the traditional red. </p>
<p>Three platoons rotate a 48-hour schedule. The department has three fire engines and two ambulances. Two of engines are front line, with one for reserve. </p>
<p>Currently, 16 out of 18 fire personnel have paramedic status. Hermosa Beach has provided paramedic services within the fire department since 1977. There is a minimum of four paramedics per shift. Approximately 80 percent of the calls received by the department involve emergency medical services.</p>
Hermosa Boxing Works 307 Pacific Coast Hwy, Hermosa Beach, CA90254 Hermosa Boxing Works provides classes and instruction in boxing, kickboxing and Muay Thai (the national sport of…More Thailand), as well as personal training services, a full weight room, boxing ring and equipment sales. Muay Thai classes are also available for kids aged 6-12. Classes are taught by a Muay Thai champion. Basic and unlimited memberships are available. Discounts for law enforcement, fire department and military personnel are offered.
A great way to live close to the beach without the expensive prices common to Hermosa Beach, Marineland Mobile Home…More Park is in a great location just off Pier Avenue. It is an all-ages mobile home community that is centrally located across the street from the police station, fire department, city hall and library. </p>
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Los Angeles County Southern Section Lifeguard Headquarters 1200 the Strand, Hermosa Beach, CA90254 The Lifeguards are a part of the County of LA Fire Department. The head of the Lifeguard Division is the…More Chief Lifeguard. Within the Fire Department chain of command, the Chief Lifeguard answers to the Deputy Chief, and the Central Regional Operations Bureau.