Vision Statement

As an innovative and data-driven leader in the International Fire Service, the Phoenix Fire Department will continue to evolve with the modern world. We remain committed to delivering customer service excellence to our communities through pride and professionalism. We will honor our diversity and inclusion while striving to improve the well-b​eing of our Fire Department family, respecting our past while planning for the future.

Mission Statement

​​The Phoenix Fire Department is committed to providing the highest level of customer service and resources to our community and members. We save lives and protect property through fire suppression, emergency med​ical and transportation services, all-hazards incident management, and community risk reduction efforts.


Prevent Harm, Survive, and Be Nice.


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Administration Offices
150 S. 12th St.  |   Phoenix AZ 85034
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.​ 
Phone  |  602-262-6297​

Emergencies |  9-1-1

Non-Emergencies | 602-495-5555


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Input Needed for Community Assistance Program (CAP) Survey 7:00:00 AM Admin Van Newsroom.jpgInput Needed for Community Assistance Program (CAP) Survey<div class="ExternalClassC847CCE0A0484C27811AD52799F06690"><html> <p><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">​The city of Phoenix wants your help evaluating the </span><a target="_blank" href="/fire/community-assistance-program"><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">Community Assistance Program (CAP.) ​</span></a><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"></p><div><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">The concept was originally developed in 1995 as a Phoenix Fire civilian response unit that works with our firefighters to assist residents impacted by traumatic incidents.<br style=""><br style="">In July of 2021, the Phoenix City Council approved $15 million to expand the (CAP).  The program will double from five Crisis Response units (CRU) to a total of ten. In addition, nine new Behavioral Health Units will be created. <br style=""><br style="">The goal of CAP is to provide crisis intervention, victim assistance, behavioral health support, and connection to long-term supportive community resources.   <br style=""><br style="">We want to hear from the community to ensure that we build a response model that fits everyone's needs. <br style=""><br style="">Please take a couple of minutes to answer this ten bilingual​ question survey. </span></div><div><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"></div><div><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">English </span><a target="_blank" href=""><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">CAP - Community Assistance Program Survey (</span></a><span style="font-size:14.6667px;"> </span></div><div><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"></div><div><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">Spanish </span><a href="" target="_blank"><span style="font-size:14.6667px;"></span></a><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">You can help our program coordinators identify areas for improvement and gain a better understanding as to how we can more effectively serve our community.  </span><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"><br style="font-size:14.6667px;"><span style="font-size:14.6667px;">The survey will close on April 30, 2022. </span></div><br></html></div>
Decontamination Procedures Guard Against Cancer 4:00:00 PM Procedures Guard Against Cancer<div class="ExternalClass049AED09A32C49AFBF2857CC9CE5AD45"><html> <p>​Decontamination “Decon" procedures are a simple and effective way to protect your firefighters by helping to remove harmful carcinogens from gear, equipment, firetrucks, and the station. With firefighter cancer rates on the rise it is critical to take initiatives to keep firefighters safe!</p> </html></div>
Phoenix Fire Station 55 Design Review 4:00:00 PM Station 55 MASTER FRONT VIEW resized.jpgPhoenix Fire Station 55 Design Review<div class="ExternalClass81CAFA8401A94E41B5464858D5A70825"><html> <p>​On July 31, Phoenix Fire Department staff, the architectural design group, and Phoenix city leadership will unveil design plans for Phoenix Fire Station No. 55 -- the permanent fire station that will be built at 27<sup>th</sup> Avenue and Jomax Road.  The new station will continue to serve the growing needs of the north Phoenix community.  Construction is expected to begin this summer (2018) and is anticipated to be complete in late 2019.  <br><br>The public open house will include a brief presentation and an opportunity to view display boards that feature the fire station design.  Phoenix Fire staff and design team members will be on site to answer questions about the station design plans.</p> </html></div>
Rescue on Camelback Mountain 4:00:00 PM on Camelback Mountain<div class="ExternalClass15988275F8EE44BA8B8F806F8F0C81C2"><html> <p>​<span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>Phoenix and Tempe firefighters responded to reports of an adult male with a lower leg injury on the Echo Canyon Trail of Camelback Mountain.  Crews hoisted the patient off the mountain and transported the patient to a local hospital for further evaluation.  No firefighters were injured during this incident.<span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span></p> </html></div>
How To Prevent a Christmas Tree Fire in Your Home 3:00:00 PM FIRE.jpgHow To Prevent a Christmas Tree Fire in Your Home<div class="ExternalClass8B75924A8F244B0984706A1020358923"><html> <p></p><span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>Never let your Christmas tree get dry or it will quickly become a fire hazard in your home. <br><br>On Tuesday morning, Phoenix firefighters demonstrated the dangers a dry Christmas tree can pose.<br><br>Members from the Phoenix Fire Department's Fire Prevention Division built two makeshift scenarios at the Training Academy. <br><br>Firefighters dressed in turnouts demonstrated how quickly dry Christmas trees can catch fire. <br><br>In just a matter of seconds after ignition, the dry trees consumed both a living room and shed with flames. <br><br>The goal was to encourage folks to toss their tree before it becomes dangerous. <br><br>Sadly, a similar scenario happened on Christmas day in Phoenix after a fire broke out in a home near 24th Street and Osborn.<br><br>After firefighters quickly arrived on the scene, the fire had already made its way into the attic.<br><br>No injuries were reported but because of the fire and smoke damage, five people are now without a home.<br><br>The Phoenix Fire Department wants to remind citizens to remove dry Christmas trees from homes as soon as possible as a safety precaution.<br><br>When disposing a dry tree, ensure its not within 10 feet or any structure nearby.<br><br><a href="/newsroom/public-works/2180" target="_blank">The Public Works Department <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span><span style="font-size:11.0pt;line-height:107%;font-family:"calibri",sans-serif;">offers Phoenix residents several drop-off locations for their live Christmas trees and wreaths to be composted. </span>​<span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span></a> <br><br>Trees or wreaths may be dropped off at any of the participating Phoenix parks. <br><br>Only live trees and wreaths are accepted, not plastic trees and wreaths. <br><br>Trees and wreaths will be composted at the City of Phoenix Compost Facility.  <br><br>​<br><span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span><p>​<br></p> </html></div>