A hometown favorite.

Join us for the 10th Anniversary of our Annual Chula Vista Firefighter’s Easter Egg Hunt!
This is a free, family-friendly event dedicated to the children of Chula Vista and their families. It’s a chance for families, friends, and neighbors to celebrate the Easter season and interact with the men and women of the Chula Vista Fire Department who serve their community. There will be fun activities, fire safety lessons, giveaways from local businesses, fire trucks, live music and more.  We encourage families to arrive early and consider carpooling since parking is limited.

Date & Location

Saturday, April 4  •  8:30-11:30 am

**Rain or shine!**
Mount San Miguel Park  •  
2335 Paseo Veracruz  •  Map »

Tickets

Tickets are usually available two weeks prior to the event – keep your eye on our social media pages for details!

Tickets are FREE, however, when they become available, there will be a limit of four per adult.  Space is limited so get your tickets early by visiting any Chula Vista fire station (see list below) between 8 am-noon and 1-5 pm, daily.  Please note that in the event of an emergency call during these hours, the affected fire station will be closed.  Tickets will be available until the event is full.


Fire Station Locations

Station 1: 447 F St.
Station 2: 80 E. J St.
Station 3: 1410 Brandywine
Station 4: 850 Paseo Ranchero
Station 5: 391 Oxford St.
Station 6: 605 Mt. Miguel Rd.
Station 7: 1640 Santa Venetia
Station 8: 1180 Woods Dr.
Station 9: 266 East Oneida

Other Details

Event Schedule:
(all times are approximate)
8:30 am:  Registration begins
10:00 am:  Welcome
10:20 am:  1st hunt (ages 0-4)
10:45 am:  2nd hunt (ages 5-7)
11:10 am:  3rd hunt (ages 8-10)
11:20 am:  Closing Ceremony
11:30 am:  Event ends


Event Rules:

Open to Chula Vista residents 10 years and younger.

  1. Each child must have a ticket to participate. No exceptions.
  2. Be courteous. No running, pushing, shoving, or tripping.
  3. Baskets are not provided, so please B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Basket!)
  4. Children must hunt within own age group and stay within designated boundaries.
  5. Children must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
  6. Don’t forget your sunscreen and camera.

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