Welcome to Tubac Fire District
     2227 E Frontage Rd, Tubac,AZ     520-398-2255

Recent Announcements

  • New Fire Chief Appointed On May 8, 2018, the Tubac Fire District Board voted to hire Cheryl Horvath, who will be leaving Golder Ranch Fire District, to begin serving as the communities Fire Chief beginning July 1,2018.  Chery Horvath will replace Cheif Kevin Keeley who has been at the helm for over 19 years.
    Posted May 12, 2018, 4:01 PM by Mark South
  • Bee Safety Residents of Tubac and Rio Rico are encouraged to read the attached document concerning Bee Safety.  Spring is upon us which signals increased bee activity.  Residents are urged to be careful when working in their yard so as not to disturb a hive hiding in woodpiles, under eaves or even in your attic.   If you have a medical emergency resulting from attack from bees, you asked to contact "911" stating your location and the severity of the attack.
    Posted Apr 1, 2018, 3:28 PM by Mark South
  • Tubac Board Meeting Change The Tubac Board has changed their monthly meeting time to the 4th Wednesday of each month to 6:00 P.M., instead of 9:00 A.M.  The District meetings will be held at Tubac Fire Station #2 located on West Frontage Road just off of the Peck Canyon Exit of I-19.  Members of the community are urged to attend.  The agenda for the monthly Board Meetings can be viewed in the "Documents and Downloads" section.
    Posted Apr 1, 2018, 3:34 PM by Mark South
  • Burn Permits NEW POST, 5-7-18, DUE TO STATE AND FEDERAL FIRE RESTRICTIONS, WE WILL NO LONGER ALLOW OPEN BURN PERMITS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.  Once we have recieved enough moisture, then the following requirements will apply.   Be sure to secure the proper permit from the District. Include a google map or other map indicating the location of the burn if possible.  Upon submittal of the permit to the Station of your area, then our Tubac staff will inspect the location of the burn to ensure that the burn will not threaten structures or has a chance of escaping.  The burn permits are only good for one calendar year.   At the time of the burn, be sure to contact Tubac Fire and ...
    Posted May 7, 2018, 12:08 PM by Mark South
  • Wildfire Fire Response Since Janaury 2018, personnel have responded to several wildland fires.  Even though we've had a small amount of rain, the National Weather Service, for 2018,  has forecasted a warmer and drier spring and summer.  See Tucson's National Weather Link for up to date weather predictions: https://www.weather.gov/twc/.  With the onset of highter temperatures, slated for June, local agencies are prepared to help out when and where needed.  All fire agencies are asking residents to firewise their homes before a wildfire strikes your neighborhood.  Residents are to use extreme caution when using their bar-b-que grills, so that a spark or hot ember does not ignite dry grass in their yard.       
    Posted Jun 20, 2018, 7:22 PM by lala S
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