Mayer Fire Department
Proudly Serving The Citizens of Yavapai County, Arizona
The Mayer Fire family is dedicated to helping the families that live, work, and pass through our area in any way we possibly can.
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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To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights,
1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washtington, D.C.20250-9410
or call (800) 795-3272 (Voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD)
International Association of
Fire Fighters Local 3066
100% Union Department
Latest News Updated 2/18/14
Mayer Fire responded on a rollover accident on northbound I-17, 1.5 miles south of the junction at 2:30 this afternoon. Crews arrived to find a male driver trapped in a pickup truck on its top. Crews had to use the “jaws of life” to extricate the driver. “The scene was very dangerous as the truck was in the right lane and one of our firefighters had to climb through the rear window on the driver’s side in order to provide care to the patient until we could get the passenger side doors open and remove him” said Mayer Fire Chief Glenn Brown. Once removed the patient was treated and then transported by Mayer Fire ambulance to JCL Deer Valley Hospital in Phoenix.
Pics – Captain Jason LaGreca (red helmet) and Firefighter Paramedic Brian Simington (Black Helmet) assist Captain Paramedic Ryan Trask (inside the vehicle).
CYFD moved an engine in to a Mayer Fire station for coverage till Mayer Fire crews were available.
Fatal Helicopter Crash on 9/21/13
Mayer Fire units responded on a serious vehicle accident on Northbound I-17 just North of the Junction with Highway 69 last night at just after 6:15 p.m. Crews found a total of 5 patients including 3 critically injured. Mayer Fire had assistance from Central Yavapai Fire, Lifeline Ambulance, DPS and ADOT on the scene. The three critically injured patients, a 60 y/o female, a 31 y/o female and a 13 y/o female required extrication from their vehicles. The two adults were flown to JCL North Mountain Trauma Center in Phoenix and the child was flown to Phoenix Children’s Hospital Trauma Center. The remaining two patients were treated and released at the scene. The North Bound lanes of I-17 were closed for several hours. Additional Mayer firefighters came in from home to staff an extra fire engine and cover the remainder of the Mayer Fire District while crews were tied up on the scene for almost 2 hours.
Mayer Fire Units continued their busy weekend with another multi-patient accident on Saturday afternoon on the backside of Cordes Lakes. Two vehicles collided at the intersection of Cordes Lakes Circle and Aztec Trail at just after 2:00 p.m. A total of six patients were treated and four were transported to area hospitals, two to Phoenix and two to YRMC East, with non-life threatening injuries.
Mayer Fire Crews delivered Santa to the Mayer Elementary School on their last day of school.
Mayer Fire crews received valuable hybrid vehicle extrication training on January 31st 2014. The training was made possible by grant funding through John C. Lincoln Hospitals and Toyota Proving Grounds.