The Phoenix Fire Department focuses on helping residents during an emergency and when there is no emergency. Following are a few city services.
Did you ever wonder how you might be able to get a fire truck at your event?
Use the Event Request Form to request community involvement at your event. Not all events can be attended, fire trucks come on duty and may have to leave suddenly. Please allow extra time for scheduling.
Would you like to take a tour of a fire station? These tours must be carefully scheduled as you will be visiting a working fire station and fire crews are very busy. You may submit a request for a fire station tour here. The request asks for multiple dates and times so that we may better select a station for you.
The city has a number of services available for our Senior Citizens, How do I find programs for Seniors?
Did you know you can use a Community Room or reserve a picnic area in a city park for your personal use?
The city of Phoenix Fire Prevention Fire Inspectors conduct safety inspections for businesses, special events, tent events and more. The also conduct research when complaints are filed and they complete plans review and conduct inspections on some new construction, find out how to schedule a Fire Inspection.
Mayor Greg Stanton, Councilman Daniel Valenzuela and Olympic Gold Medalist Misty Hyman kicked off FitPHX, a new city health initiative to get Phoenix in shape.
FitPHX will better connect Phoenix communities to existing city health-related programs and services by encouraging participation in physical-fitness events and other activities that promote wellness.
“FitPHX is an opportunity to get out, get fit and be healthy,” said Stanton, who through exercise and better nutrition lost 50 pounds in 2009. “It doesn’t have to be difficult to get in shape and we’re here to make it easy so Phoenix can be one of the healthiest cities in the nation.”