Mesa Fire and Medical Department
Our Mission: To Serve With C.A.R.E.
Compassion. Accountability. Respect. Excellence
Join our Connector Team!
The Connector Program requires a one year commitment with the ability to volunteer for 15 hours per month. Connectors respond to some 911 calls and they also do customer home visits.
The Connectors are a customer service focused program providing service and support internally to MFMD and externally through service, support and education with our Community Outreach programs in the community.
We do not utilize firefighting skills or use EMT skills. We strictly provide customer service including the following:
- Fire crew support
- Motorist Assistance: Changing a tire, jumping a battery, giving fuel
- Transportation: Medic Retrievals and customer transports after an accident
- Food boxes
- Smoke Alarm Assistance: Installations and battery changes
- Emergency and Disaster Assistance: Sand Bag Assistance
- PD Assists: Missing person searches
- Special events: Host a table with educational materials
For additional information please email Community Outreach
- Request a station tour/event attendance
- Need a record or report?
- 2018/2019 Shift Calendar
- Fire Safety Operational (FSOP) Fees
- Please review open burning and recreational fire guidelines.
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department is currently NOT accepting applications for Firefighter Recruit. Please check back for upcoming opportunities or fill out a Job Interest Card to be notified when positions open.
Mesa Fire and Medical Department was established and organized in 1898. It has grown to twenty stations that house twenty-four Engines, five ladders, one ladder tender and three ARFF units at Mesa airports. We also have a Community Medicine(CM) Medical Response unit, three Low Acuity (LA) units and a CM Behavioral Health unit.
Mary Cameli serves as the department's Fire Chief and has served Mesa Fire and Medical Department for over 34 years. MFMD has 427 sworn personnel and 113 civilian personnel in support staff positions. The department divisions include Support Services, Operations, EMS, Training and Special Ops, Administration, Management Services, Fire Prevention, Personnel, PIO/Departmental Communications, Resource, Maintenance, Social Service, Volunteers and Community Outreach. (ORG CHART)
Mesa's stations are divided into three battalions. Battalion Chief's supervise all three battalions. Battalion 201 also serves as the East Deputy Chief for valley wide response. Battalion 201 is responsible for the west side of the city. Battalion 203 services the north and east side of the city and Battalion 202 is responsible for the central corridor and the southeast portion of the city.
All engines and ladders are constant staffed with a captain, engineer and two firefighters; of which two are paramedics (ALS) and two are EMT's (BLS). The CM (medical) units and Transitional Care units are staffed with an Advanced Practice Provider (PA or NP) and an ALS Captain Paramedic. The Behavioral Health units are staffed with a licensed clinical behavioral health provider and an ALS Captain Paramedic.
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- MFMD does not have any connection to any outside agencies professing to provide or offering to provide inspections, tests or certifications to homes or businesses. Please contact Mesa Fire and Medical Department Fire Marshal office 480-644-2622