ARIZONA CITY FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD POSITION OPEN
Arizona City Fire District is looking for someone to fill a term on the Board that will end with the December 2018 election of new board members. If interested, please bring statement of interest to the Fire District before July 24, 2015. Would like to know if you have served on a board or been involved with a Fire District in the past and how long you have lived in Arizona City.
District Office hours are Monday thru Friday 7am to 4pm
Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, Risking more than others think is safe, Dreaming more than others think is practical, and Expecting more than others think is possible.
“If you always do what you’ve always done, you will always get what you’ve always got!!”
New Fire Chief
Jeffrey Heaton Jr., 51, officially started with the district as Fire Chief on March 9, 2015. The Arizona City Fire District Governing Board announced the hiring of a new Fire Chief at its regularly scheduled board meeting.
Born and raised in Chicago, Heaton has experience as a Fire Chief in that area and at private fire districts in California and Idaho. Heaton started in the fire service 31 years ago as a firefighter and worked his way up to command positions and eventually Chief. He has lived in Idaho since 2007.
** NEW ISO Insurance Rating **
Arizona City Fire is now hiring. It is requried that you live within 20 miles per Mapquest to the station. Those wishing to apply can find an application on this website or can apply in person. For more information or to apply call 520-466-5542 or pick one up in person at the station 14022 S. Sunland Gin Rd.
Supervisor Smith Announces Arizona City Office Hours
Contact Supervisor Smiths Office For Upcoming Dates
FLORENCE, AZ – Consistent with his commitment to serve the people of District 4, which stretches from Maricopa to SaddleBrooke and the northern edge of Marana, Supervisor Anthony Smith will be holding meetings around the community.
To best represent the interests of his constituents, Smith believes it is important to hold regular office hours across his district so that people can meet him and share their ideas or questions.
A Code Enforcement Officer will be joining Supervisor Smith to answer any questions the public might have.