Values: "We value a creative and proactive work place."
We view the people of our community and our visitors as customers who deserve our concern, care and attention.
We recognize our employees are our most valuable resource and we are committed to them and their safety.
We recognize that our personal conduct is inseparable from the professional reputation of the Fire Department
We support an organizational climate of mutual trust and respect.
We believe in a team oriented, positive, and honest environment for all employees.
We strive for excellence through teamwork, unity, leadership, personal and professional development, personal health and fitness, training and preparedness.
We believe in open communication and mutually beneficial partnerships with neighboring fire agencies and communities.
We recognize the importance of cost effective resource management.
We encourage innovation and ownership within the Fire Department.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340, Mayer, Arizona 86333
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International Association of
Fire Fighters Local 3066
100% Union Department
First, Mayer Fire crews responded on a vehicle accident on the back side of Mayer on Ocotillo Dr., when a driver went off the road in to a ditch at around 10:00 p.m.(turned out to be a non-injury accident), then immeidately after crews responded on a medical call on Bob White Rd. in Spring Valley and finally at just after 4:30 this morning crews responded to a pick up truck on fire next to the gas pumps at the Shell station in Cordes Junction. Crews were able to quicly extinguish the fire and damage was contained to the engine compartment and the cab but were able to keep the fire from damaging to the Shell station or it's pumps
On April 25th, Mayer Firefighters performed their annual training in emergency airway management. John C. Lincoln Hospital along with Native Air, Black Canyon City Fire, and Camp Verde Fire participated. Pictured, Fire Chief Brown, Firefighter/Medic Simington and FF/EMT Wilson perform an intubation on pig donors. Pig anatomy closely resembles that of a human so this type of training is highly realistic.
Mayer Fire units responded to a rollover accident on Highway 69 across from the Harley Davidson dealership at just after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. On arrival they found an adult male and an adult female that were in a single vehicle rollover. The Nissan SUV landed upright. Both patients were evaluated on the scene and refused transportation to a hospital.
Mayer Fire responded on an RV Trailer on Southbound I-17 just North of the new Arcosanti Rd. Bridge yesterday at 12:45 p.m. Crews found a fully involved trailer off the right side of the Interstate. Crews extinguished the fire quickly and were on the scene for about an hour mopping up and washing down the roadway. The owner reported seeing smoke out of his rear view mirror and another car yelled at him that his trailer was on fire. He pulled off the roadway and found smoke and flames coming from the interior of the trailer. He disconnected the trailer and pulled his truck forward away from the fire prior to Mayer Fire crews arrival.
Water Tender 22
Engine 54 covering out of station #2