SERVICES OF THE TRI-CITY FIRE DISTRICT & AMBULANCE SERVICE
The threat of fire can have devastating effects on life and property there for they are of major importance and priority for the Tri-City Fire District. We address those concerns and provide rapid, safe, and effective firefighting efforts
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Paramedics and emergency services personnel are highly trained, experienced. They are prepared to deliver quality emergency medical services to the citizens of Tri-City Fire District.
Ambulances are staffed by firefighter paramedics who deliver prompt and efficient emergency medical treatment utilizing a variety of life saving tools. Paramedics carry the newest in cardiac monitor-defibrillators and medications that can be delivered on the scene to save lives and eliminate pain and suffering.
The Tri-City Fire District provides outstanding public fire
safety education in the public schools.
Our goal is to make our community a safe place to live. We believe that educating our citizens about things they can do to make their homes and surroundings safe and teaching them what they should do in case of an emergency are very effective ways to achieve this goal.
INTERFACILITY AMBULANCE TRANSPORT
In addition to emergency medical response, Tri-City Fire District
provides transportation of the sick and injured from our community to other facilities in the Phoenix and Tucson Metropolitan areas.
. Patients are also transported between nursing homes and the
hospital by Tri-City Fire District ambulances.
TECHNICAL RESCUE SERVICES
Working in correlation with fire, emergency medical, and hazmat response, technical rescue service is large part of our community preparedness and response. Consisting of swift water rescue and rope rescue.
Tri-City Fire District offers snake removal. Personnel are trained in handling snakes . They are removed from your property and relocated back into the desert. Below are pictures of a rattlesnake removed from under a shed on October 20, 2008. The snake was 5'3".
Burn Permits are available at Station 11. During extreme fire conditions permits may not be available. Please contact the Duty Captain at Station 11 for futher information.