Mountain Vista Fire District is hosting a blood drive Saturday, January 24, 2015, from 8:00 am to 11:00 am. Please call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to make your lifesaving appointment.
Mountain Vista Fire District is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona. Board members are elected from the community, with district funding through tax collections based on the assessed value of individual properties. Read more...
Our Mission: "COMMUNITY FIRST." Our Vision: To be the accepted standard of excellence in the delivery of fire and rescue services. Our Values: Mountain Vista Fire District will be driven by Integrity, Partnership, Innovation and Service. Read more...
As we come to another holiday season, your emergency responders want to share some important fire and life safety tips with you. Read on and you might just prevent a tragedy that can and does happen to thousands of families each and every year. Don’t let it happen to YOU….
Welcome to the holiday edition of "The Responder". This issue features a message from CEO/Fire Chief Ed Wilkerson, MVFD welcomes a new Fire Inspector, Fire Prevention Month updates, smoke alarm reminders, holiday safety tips, District emergency and non-emergency call statistics, Fire Corps Volunteer Program and the bi-annual blood Drive.
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Mountain Vista Fire District welcomes Lisa L. Douglas as the new District Fire Inspector ll. Fire Inspector Douglas was officially “Pinned”, by MVFD CEO/Fire Chief Ed Wilkerson, Battalion Chief Darin Reid and her husband Mark, in a badging ceremony held on Monday, November 17, 2014, during the District’s regular Board meeting.
Fire Inspector Douglas will work in the Mountain Vista Fire District’s fire prevention division conducting fire safety inspections, plan reviews, code enforcement and fire investigation.
Mountain Vista Fire District would like to remind everyone to use a little extra caution while preparing your festive meals...
National Fire Protection Association's 2013 "Home Fires Involving Cooking Equipment" report states that in 2011, Thanksgiving was the leading day for home cooking fires, with three times as many fires occurring on this holiday as any average day of the year. Christmas comes in second, with Christmas Eve rounding out the list in third place. Following some simple safety tips can help to reduce the risk of fire in your home:
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