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About Us

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...

IMPORTANT NEWS

Mountain Vista Fire District is working with the Northwest Fire District to provide Fire Marshal services to our community.  What do these changes mean for developers, contractors and those needing fire permit services?

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Mission, Vision, Values

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...

Latest news and updates from Mountain Vista Fire District.

Saturday, July 26, 2014, Mountain Vista Fire District crews had a busy morning responding to and extinguishing two working structure fires. The first, located in the1100 block of W. Newton Drive on the northwest side of Tucson, was an attached workshop off of a garage. The fire was confined to the shop area and was quickly extinguished. Two fire engines, two rescues, a water tender and a command unit with sixteen total personnel were on scene to fight the fire. The cause is thought to be faulty electrical wiring, but is still under investigation.

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2014 marks the 11th year for Arizona to recognize August as Drowning Impact Awareness Month (DIAM)! Phoenix Children’s Hospital started these efforts 11 years ago after recognizing that as a State, our drowning incidents seemed to spike at the end of the summer when water safety practices may become a little more lax. Please join the water safety stakeholders across Arizona, including Mountain Vista Fire District, by supporting the DIAM efforts throughout the month of August.  For more information, click here... For more pool safety tips, click here...

Welcome to the summer edition of "The Responder".  This issue features a message from CEO/Fire Chief Ed Wilkerson, In the news...Mountain Vista Fire District Completes Transition to New Operating Structure, Brush Fire Safety Tips, Grilling Safety Tips, Water Safety Reminder, Spring Open House Update, Fireworks Safety, Blood Drive, Emergency Reponses, Fire Corps Volunteer Program and save the date, October - Firefighter Pancake Breakfast. 2014 Summer Edition

Mountain Vista Fire District would like to thank the individuals who participated in the July 12th Blood Drive. Donors and volunteers included members of the community, District board members, crew members and Fire Corps volunteers. Mountain Vista Fire District will continue to help to raise awareness of the importance of blood donation. We will be hosting another blood drive in the near future, stay tuned.

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Every two seconds, someone in America needs blood.  You can help by donating blood through your local American Red Cross.  Giving blood is easy, and it only takes about an hour.  A single donation can also help save more than one life.  By giving blood, you may help someone in immediate need such as a friend, neighbor, or even a stranger.  Be a HERO to someone in need and help change a life, starting with your own.

You can help us avert a summer blood shortage, by donating blood on Saturday, July 12, from 8:15am to 12:15pm at Mountain Vista Fire District, 1175 W. Magee Rd.

Please call the administration office at 520-575-4087, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule your appointment TODAY!

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