Prescott Fire Department

Emergency Services

Newly Appointed Deputy Chief / Fire Marshal at Prescott Fire Department

The Prescott Fire Department welcomes Thomas Knapp as the newly appointed Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal. Tom started with the department on June 28, 2021. Fire Chief Dennis Light shared that “Deputy Chief Knapp is joining the department with over 20 years of experience in fire departments throughout the State of Arizona. His selection was made following

Fires

Structure Fire 3100 Block Angus Dr

At about 8:05 AM on Monday, June 14th, Prescott Regional Communications Center received multiple calls reported what sounded like an explosion and subsequent fire from a garage in the 3100 Block of Angus Dr.  4 Engines from Prescott Fire Department (PFD) and Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA), a Battalion Chief, and an Ambulance

Emergency Services

EMS Week is May 16-22

The Prescott Fire Department would like to recognize EMS week in our community. Over the last year, the pandemic has given people a small glimpse of the vital role of EMS professionals. The sacrifice and dedication of EMTs, paramedics and other EMS practitioners has rightfully earned them admiration and gratitude in their communities. Calling us

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Stage I Fire Restrictions In Effect

WHERE: The 42 square miles of the City of Prescott and the 365 square miles of the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) which includes the Towns of Prescott Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley, and Paulden. CAFMA’s jurisdiction also applies to areas surrounding the City of Prescott such as Williamson Valley, upper Copper Basin Road,

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City of Prescott and Prescott Fire Department Announce Loss of Firefighter

The City of Prescott and the Prescott Fire Department are saddened to announce the loss of Firefighter/EMT Tye Seets.   He leaves behind his wife Karissa, two young children, along with extended family in the Prescott, AZ Quad-City area.  Prior to his employment with the City of Prescott, Tye served honorably with the United States Army.

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Staying Fire Wise & Ember Aware to Reduce Wildfire Risks in Our Community

Even though winter only recently decided to make an appearance, it is always important to remember in our area fire season is still just around the corner as we approach late spring and early summer. While it is the ultimate goal of the Prescott Fire Department and other agency partners to continually focus on preparedness,

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