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Coconino County Fire Departments are the following 18: AZ State Land Dept Fire Management Division, Camp Navajo Fire Department, Clear Creek Pines 456, Forest Lakes Fire Department, Grand Canyon Airport Fire Department, Highlands Fire Department, Parks/ Bellemont Fire District, Sherwood Forest Fire District, Tusayan Fire District, Blue Ridge Fire Department, City of Page Fire Department, Flagstaff Fire Department, Fredonia Fire Department, Grand Canyon National Park Fire Department, Junipine Volunteer Fire Department, Pinewood Fire District, Summit Fire District, and Valle - Wood Volunteer Fire Department.

Flagstaff Fire Department is one of the six strategically located fire stations. This Fire Department includes 91 full-time men and women, and 10 seasonal employees and student interns. In 2004, the Flagstaff Fire Department responded to 8,507 emergency calls. The Firefighters specialized in fire suppression, fire prevention, hazardous fuel reduction, and emergency medical and rescue work to achieve our mission of protecting life and property against the hazards of fire and related perils. Flagstaff Fire Department Specialty Teams include: Hazardous Materials, High Angle Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, Cold Water Rescue, Trenching and Shoring, Wildfire Mitigation (selective tree thinning, brush disposal, and prescribed fire), Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, Juvenile Fire Setter Program, and Public Education Characterization Program.

Forest Lakes Fire Department serves the community utilizing a combination of paid, reserve, and volunteer personnel. It is not unusual for this Fire Station to respond to calls from as far as fifty miles away to include into areas of southern Utah and the Navajo Nation. Forest Lakes Fire Department operates three engines, three ambulances, and various support vehicles. Lifeguard operates two medical helicopters from its facility at the Page Municipal Airport .

Five full-time employees and approximately forty reserves and volunteers respond to more than 1,200 calls are responded per year with about 80% of the calls being medical in nature. Three full-time fire/medical response employees work 24-hour shifts with one on duty per shift backed up by the reserves and volunteers. Department training meetings are held every Wednesday evening. Additional training, including Firefighter I/II and basic Emergency Medical Technician courses, is provided through the local community college. Advanced training such as Intermediate EMT and Paramedic courses require members to travel as far away as Phoenix .

Contact information:

Flagstaff Fire Department
Fire Chief Mike Iacona
211 West Aspen Avenue
Flagstaff , Arizona 86001
Phone: 928-779-7688
Fax: 928-779-7668

Forest Lakes Fire Department
PO Box 1808
4 N. Merzville Rd.
Forest Lakes , AZ 85931
Phone: (928) 535-4644
Fax: (928) 535-5448

Page Fire Department
Public Safety Facility
808 Coppermine Road
Page , AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-4340
Fax: (928) 645-4346



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