Services

Fire

Fighting Fires

EMS

Saving Lives

Arizona’s Largest Fire Distrct

As Arizona’s Largest Fire District we are helping people around the clock. This year our EMS response has been up and we continue to seek new ways to service our community.

  • EMS 80% 80%
  • Fire 20% 20%

CPR and First Aid

pvfd_49CPR/First Aid classes are taught by American Heart Association Instructors at the Puerco Valley Fire District’s Station 1.  Times will vary depending on class size and Instructors. These classes are a video based course with some hands-on practice that will be guided by the Instructors. The skills taught in our CPR classes are valuable life skills that may assist you in an emergency situation. All classes are allowed 8 participants and spaces fill up fast. We also offer a short class on home fire safety afterwards. All payment must be received in order to sign you up on the roster. Payment is NON-REFUNDABLE! If you are unable to attend the class you signed up for please call at least 24 hrs in advance and we will reschedule you to the next available class.

Fire Prevention

pvfd_13Puerco Valley Fire & EMS strive to provide a very informative Fire Prevention Program that we use to teach the community, both children and adults, the important factors in home fire safety. During Fire Safety week in October, Puerco Valley Fire & EMS travel to local schools and provide information for the children and demonstrate how to STOP-DROP- AND ROLL with the friendly help of Sparky, along with let the kids try on some Firefighter gear for themselves. Guided tours of the Fire Station are always welcome and encouraged. We strive to be a large portion of community involvement and information.

Events Hosted by Puerco Valley Fire & EMS

Every year Puerco Valley Fire & EMS are responsible for the July 4th fireworks display. Throughout the year PVFD collects money from the community by making water available to the public. All proceeds from the water sales are spent on the annual fireworks display in Sanders. (All fireworks displays are subject to fire conditions in Apache County).