Riverside Fire Department
COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

Emergency Response Maps

The City of Riverside Fire Department has created emergency response maps for the open lands in the City of Riverside. The response maps were created through the collaborative efforts of Fire, Information Technology, and the Parks and Recreation Departments. The maps include updates for private lands, Parks and Recreation properties, and Riverside County Flood Control properties.

The response maps have been distributed to all Fire Department apparatus and stations. The following items have been updated: the 2018 Map Book, fire station wall maps, and PDF Maps for use with smart devices. Our Mutual aid partners also have access to the PDF Maps. The emergency response maps are designed to give incoming responders access to information and significant hazards in the event of a large scale incident.

 

2018 RIV MAPBOOK

Version 1 - 2018


 

City of Riverside

Emergency Response Map without Aerial


City of Riverside

Emergency Response Aerial Map 2020


 

Santa Ana River Trail (SART)

Map #1 - West


Santa Ana River Trail (SART)

Map #2 - Anza Narrows Solar Farm


 

Santa Ana River Trail (SART)

Map #3 - Mt Rubidoux


Santa Ana River Trail (SART)

Map #4 - North


 

Alessandro

Emergency Response Map - 2018


Arlington Heights Woodcrest

Emergency Response Map - 2018


 

Box Springs

Emergency Response Map - 2018


La Sierra

Emergency Response Map - 2018


 

Mt. Rubidoux

Emergency Response Map - 2018


Riverside Airport

Emergency Response Map - 2019


 

Sycamore Canyon

Emergency Response Map - 2019


 

Please send any question or comments to: RivFireGIS@RiversideCA.gov

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