Coconino County and Coconino National Forest are under a Campfire Ban. No open flames other than gas/propane devices with an “On/Off” Switch are allowed at this time.

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SUMMIT FIRE & MEDICAL DISTRICT

Summit Fire District is your community fire department. We serve the communities of Doney Park, Timberline/Fernwood, Fort Valley, and many others within our 97 square mile District.  We not only respond to your emergencies but are available for a host of other services.

Pre-hospital 9-1-1 emergency response is one of the essential public safety functions provided by Summit Fire District. All stations are staffed with highly trained Paramedics and/or EMT’s who are also fully certified structural firefighters experienced in emergency rescue, vehicle extrication and wildland firefighting. We provide the citizens of Summit Fire District with an exemplary level of medical response. Our providers are always on duty for you, 24/7.

Fire Danger

June 8, 2020

VERY HIGH
Campfire Ban
Fire Restrictions Forest Wide
as of April 22, 2020

SUMMIT FIRE & MEDICAL DISTRICT

Fire Danger
VERY HIGH
Fire Restrictions Forest Wide
as of 4/22/2020
Stage 2

Summit Fire District is your community fire department. Serving the communities of Doney Park, Timberline/Fernwood, Fort Valley, and many others within our 97 square mile District.  We not only respond to your emergencies but are available for a host of other services.

Pre-hospital 9-1-1 emergency response is one of the essential public safety functions provided by Summit Fire District. All stations are staffed with highly trained Paramedics and/or EMT’s who are also fully certified structural firefighters experienced in emergency rescue, vehicle extrication and wildland firefighting. We provide the citizens of Summit Fire District with an exemplary level of medical response. Our providers are always on duty for you 24/7.

NEED A BURN PERMIT?

Open burning is the practice of safe and proper disposal of waste vegetation and other unwanted materials as regulated by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).

Summit Fire and Medical District is no longer requiring a Burn Permit Application be on file. Summit Fire and Medical District is changing their practices, you will need to complete a burn permit online every time you would like to burn. This includes your name and address. These permits will be shared with the On-Duty Battalion chief and Forest Service Dispatch to alert for possible smoke in your area.

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