MFMD Community Outreach

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The prevention of fires and injuries is accomplished through a variety of programs.

We work within our community to ensure that all of our residents learn how to stay safe and become safer at home, work, and at play. 

Request a station tour/event attendance

March 13, 2020: Station tours and community events are temporarily suspended at this time. This decision is a precaution to ensure the health and well-being of our first responders, citizens and community.

  • We can accommodate a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 20 people in a group tour. All ages are welcome.
  • Only one tour per station per day.
  • A two-week advance notice is required and no more than 3 months in advance of the event.
  • We do not schedule during the hours of 7-8 a.m., 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 5-7 p.m.

  • Safety talks are given to schools, scouts, block watch groups, church groups, day care centers, retirement centers, and other organized community/neighborhood groups
  • Safety talk topics include: fire, life, and water safety   
  • We are unable to send crews to private birthday parties, business grand-openings, and business marketing events.
  • Fire crews will also participate in organized block parties, community parades, health and safety fairs, and other non-profit community events.
  • Fire crews are in-service (responding to calls) during these events and may be required to leave for a call or may not arrive as scheduled (without notice). Please keep this in mind when scheduling.

Baby Safe Haven
Bike Helmets
Cadet Program
Car Seat Inspections and Installation Appointments
Connector Volunteer Program
CPR (Basic) Certification Class -please call 480-644-2200 for information
Heat Related Illness
High School Driver Safety Program
Fire Safety and Fall Prevention for Older Adults
Home Safety Education
Youth Fire Setter Program
School Programs
Volunteer Corp
Water Safety