Summit Fire District
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OFFICIAL NOTICE.....
  • OFFICIAL NOTICE: PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE – Summit Fire Board is holding their Regular Board
    Meeting, Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at Station 372 (5500 N. Fort Valley Road) at 3:00 pm If you have any
    questions, please contact us at 928-526-9537.  

  • OFFICIAL NOTICE:  Summit Fire Board's new time for meeting will be 3:00 pm.
NOTICE TO SUMMIT FIRE DISTRICT RESIDENTS - Due to the fact we are operating this year with 48% of the
funding we had available to us on July 1st of 2008, we are having to “Brown Out” a fire station on those days
when our staffing is reduced due to illness and/or vacation leave.  “Browning Out” a station means that station
will be closed for that 24 hour shift.  
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Summit Fire District
would like to say
Thank You to the 100
Club for their
generous support of
our firefighters.  With
the grant funding of
$10,000, we were
able to replace four
sets of expired
turn-out gear.  If you
would like to support,
or become a member
of the 100 Club, go to

100club.org
There will be DUMP THE DRUGS/National Take Back Day and Shred-A-Thon on April 26, 2014
at 911 E. Sawmill form 9:00 am-1:00pm.  Get rid of any outdated or unused prescription drugs
you may have and also 2 banker size boxes for shredding.  Please see
click here for flyer for
more information.
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It provides real-time alerts.  
Coconino County Emergency Management is connected to Code Red