Ordering Reports

The Fairfield Fire Administration section maintains electronic reports pertaining to fire investigations, fire incidents, and business fire inspection history.  To request copies of these reports please send a written request, self addressed envelope, and  the appropriate fee (see below) to 1200 Kentucky Street.  You may also come in person and request reports Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed for lunch from 12 -1 p.m daily. 

*Please Note:  The Solano County Resource Management Division is the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for all businesses and operations requiring hazardous materials business plans. Please contact them at (707) 784-6765 to request property history specific to hazardous materials plans and storage activities.

For investigation or incident reports, you will need the following information:
  • Date and time of incident
  • Location or address

Helpful hint:  If requesting a fire incident report for an insurance claim, it will save you some money if you have the insurance company contact us directly for copies of the report. 


Report fees can be paid by cash, money order, credit card, or check made payable to the City of Fairfield.  The document fee schedule is:

  • $5 for pages 1-10
  • $11 for pages 11-20
  • $16 for pages 21-30
Non-Releasable Information.

Some examples of information which is not publicly available include:

  • Information, which is confidential or which would hamper an investigation, or jeopardize the rights and safety of anyone, shall not be released to the public. Individuals requesting confidential information shall be directed to obtain an order of the Court (i.e., subpoena) and submit it through the Fairfield Fire Department. Confidential information includes, but is not limited to the following:

    • Medical information specific to an individual. More information regarding a patient's privacy rights (Heath Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 - HIPAA).
    • Ongoing investigation of fire incidents involving criminal activity, injuries or fatalities.
    • Names and addresses of juveniles without written permission of a parent or guardian.
    • Names of personnel involved in an ongoing department investigation.
    • Addresses, telephone numbers, or work shift schedule of City employees.