The Arizona City Fire District was formed in June of 1963 by the community of Arizona City and its citizens concerned about having fire protection. The Fire District was formed under a two member Board of an Elected Fire Chief and an elected Secretary/Treasurer. Arizona City is located 3.5 miles south of the I-10 and I-8 interchange on Sunland Gin Road. Arizona City is an unincorporated community in Pinal County. The District serves a population of 10,475 people per the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau.
The District protects 5.5 square miles of area. The District has been classified as a Volunteer Department, but over the year has become a paid per call fire department. Our members carry voice pagers and are on call 24/7.
The District has a 4/9 fire rating that was received in 2009 by the Insurance Service Office (ISO). The ISO rating determines the cost of fire insurance premiums that are paid by homeowners in the District. The District receives the majority of funding from the taxes of assessed value of homes and property in the Arizona City Fire District.
Presently there are 20 members on the Arizona City Fire Department. The Department performs fire protection and Emergency Medical Service (EMS). The department is comprised of Certified Emergency Paramedics (CEP) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). All our Firefighters are Firefighter I &II certified.
We have had many dedicated people serving the community of Arizona City for close to 50 years. A thank you never seems to be enough for these dedicated people who give their time to protect the citizens and property of our Great Community.
The Arizona City Fire District exists to provide excellent service to the community with highly qualified personnel who are dedicated to their duties along with the needs and values of the community.
Excellence in service and life safety.
The Arizona City Fire District values Professionalism, Integrity, Quality, and Dedication.