Cochise County News ReleaseĀ 

Residents reminded to prepare for fire season, take extra precautions
Fire season is upon us and residents are reminded to take steps now to help keep their homes
and communities safe.
Due to the current COVID-19 public health emergency, local fire department and district
resources will be challenged due to an increase in call volume, the possibility of first responders
being unavailable because of illness, and lower availability statewide of wildland fighting
crews. Residents are therefore being asked to do everything they can to help prevent wildfires.
The months of April through June are the most vulnerable, due to low humidity levels, higher
temperatures and strong winds.

To see the full News release and steps you can do to help us please click the following link. Cochise County News Release Wildland (130 downloads)

Fire Stations

Fire Station #1

207 N. Second St.

(520) 458-6755

Fire Station #2

4817 S. Apache Ave.

520) 378-2222

Fire Station #3

5019 S. Arabian Ave.

(520) 378-2361

Emergency Call Statistics

Fiscal year 2019
4153 Calls for Service

Staffing Statistics

Mark Savage, Fire Chief

Battalion Chiefs-3
Ambulance Billing Specialists-2
Fire Marshal-1

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