• San Francisco Fire Fighters Local 798

    What We Do
    Local 798 has been fighting for working class families for more than 70 years. We stand up for our members in the legislative, political, and social landscapes.
    Who We Are
    Local 798 is the labor organization of the proud men and women that serve as Firefighters and emergency medical responders protecting San Francisco. 
    Who We Represent
    The members of the San Francisco Fire Department rely on Local 798 to focus on the wellbeing and safety of those that protect the lives of others.
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    San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 honors the life and legacy of Richard Trumka, President of the AFL-CIO

    San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 honors the life and legacy of Richard Trumka, President of the AFL-CIO and a dedicated labor leader for our country’s working families. Rest In Peace, Brother Richard. Labor Legend Trumka Passes Away “The labor movement, the AFL-CIO and the nation lost a legend today.

    Matt Vann Credit Union Donation Account

    On Monday, November 2nd, 2020, firefighter Matt Vann from Engine 1 suffered a traumatic brain injury while operating at a fire in the SOMA District. Matt remains at San Francisco General Hospital, where he is being cared for in the ICU by the spectacular neurotrauma team.  Matt has been through 2 successful surgeries to alleviate pressure on his brain.

    San Francisco Firefighters Mourn the Loss of our brother, Jason Cortez

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – It is with a heavy heart that we announce the loss of one of our own. This morning, the San Francisco Fire Department lost one of our own in a Line of Duty Death. Jason Cortez was a beloved 13-year veteran with the SFFD who tragically lost his life at the age of 42.

    Free Legal Aid for Union Members

    Special Offer for San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 Membership Essential workers, including people working in health care facilities, grocery stores and shelters, delivery and transit workers, as well as teachers and emergency personnel are facing the frightening possibility of infection while performing essential duties.

    UCSF/SFFD COVID-19 Study Results Summary

    Here is the summary report of our findings from the COVID-19 Seroprevalence Among San Francisco Firefighters and Emergency Responders study.  We are also planning a Town Hall with a Q&A session, via Zoom, next Friday August 7th 9:00am-10:00am. You will find the link and dial in phone number on page 2 of the summary.
    Download: UCSF SFFD COVID Antibody Study Report w Link.pdf



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    The New Toy Program Building, 325 Newhall Street, San Francisco, CA, 94124
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