Fresno Deputy Sheriff's Association

Representing more than 650 active employees.

Our Mission

The Fresno Deputy Sheriff’s Association was organized in 1973 to give members of the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office the opportunity for fair representation based on the Peace Officer Bill of Rights. The FDSA was also organized to give a group of Deputy Sheriffs the opportunity to collectively bargain with the County of Fresno for wages, benefits, and working conditions.

End of Watch

Today we honor fallen Fresno County Sheriff’s Deputy Joel Wahlenmaier

Today we honor fallen Fresno County Sheriff’s Deputy Joel Wahlenmaier who was gunned down during the service of a search warrant in the Fresno County town of Minkler, on February 25, 2010.

Read more ...

Planning a graduation party, birthday party, or fun event to celebrate a special occasion? The FDSA building is also used for the rental of a banquet facility in the heart of Downtown Fresno. The Fresno Deputy Sheriff's Association banquet hall can accommodate up to 150 people. We also have parking spots for 100 cars. If you need a bar -- no problem; there is a full bar and a bartender waiting to meet your needs.

You must book your event in advance. The building has a full bar staffed with a bartender if that is what you are looking for.  The facility is complete with audio and video capability so you can present a slideshow, movie or just let your guests dance the night away!

This can also be rented for meetings, seminars, etc., anything to meet the needs of you or your group. Rates will vary and depend on the use of the building. 

You can cater your event, bring in your own food, or use the full kitchen to prepare a gourmet meal. This is the perfect venue to host any kind of memorable event.  

If you are interested in this portion of the FDSA, please fill out the form below and send it in. Someone from our staff will get back to you. 

First Name:* Last Name:* Phone:* Email:* Room Desired: Type of Event: Dining Conference Other Number of People: Date Requested: date selector

Reservation Inquiry

Latest Newsletter

A Message from the President, March 2019

Governor Newsom and the death penalty

Governor Gavin Newsom's recent executive order declaring a moratorium on the death penalty is a test of the boundaries of executive privilege. California Constitution Article 5, Section 1 states, "The supreme executive power of this State is vested in the Governor. The Governor shall see that the law is faithfully enforced." But does the governor have the authority not to enforce laws?