Pinetop Fire District

1845 S. Pine Lake Rd. Pinetop | (928) 367-2199

Pinetop Fire District

1845 S. Pine Lake Rd. Pinetop | (928) 367-2199

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Remember, all permits expire December 31st. You must get a new one if you want to burn leaves, pine needles, etc. The burn permit form and instructions can be found under the Prevention tab titled: Permits.
All debris burn permits are free!

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September 20, 2023

For Immediate Release:

 

The Pinetop Fire District is pleased to announce that the agency has received a grant award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for the FFY 2022 for the purchase of extrication equipment. The grant award in the amount of $30,000.00 will purchase extrication equipment to increase the effectiveness of our rescuers’ ability to extricate victims involved in vehicle crashes. The equipment’s improved technology will allow resources to shave minutes off the extrication functions at crashes ultimately improving injury and mortality outcomes due to vehicle crashes and entrapment.

 

Sincerely

Jim Morgan, Fire Chief

Pinetop Fire District

 

 

 

 

 

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Message from the Fire Chief

I want to welcome you to the official web site of the Pinetop Fire District. Our site contains valuable information about our district, our community, and our members. I hope you will take the time to explore the different areas and links.
The Pinetop Fire District has the strength of 25 career fire fighters which serve a residential population of more than 9,500 citizens, and a seasonal population estimated to be in excess of 20,000 persons. Our two (2) fire stations provide services to a geographical area of over twelve square miles. That service area includes residential, commercial, and rural areas. In addition to our career fire fighters our department has a public fire and life safety educator, training officer, and an administrative secretary who perform a variety of important roles.

Our department provides the following services: Fire suppression, Vehicle rescue, Public education, and Fire extinguishment training. A link to information specific to each division can be found on our home page.

Pinetop Lakeside is a wonderful community in which to live. Our district, which has an ISO fire rating of class 4, maintains a strong partnership with the community we serve as described by our mission statement.

To accomplish our mission, we need your support and understanding of our operations. I hope that our website contributes to building an even better and stronger partnership between us. Please feel free to contact us at any time.

Best wishes,
Jim Morgan