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Volunteers and Interns
Flagstaff Fire Department

Fire Administration Office

211 West Aspen Ave
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Ph: (928) 213-2500

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

We have a variety of projects available for volunteers and interns. Projects include:
  • Preparing a site for a future prescribed burn
  • Providing wood to others
  • Distributing neighborhood announcements
  • Assisting selected individuals within the community to:
    • Cut weeds and grass
    • Rake and bag needles
  • Serve as Dept FireWise Liaison for designated neighborhoods

Home Assessment
See what you need to do to protect your home from wildfire with this free Wildfire Home Assessment. Contact us at (928) 213-2500 for a free Wildfire Home Assessment.

Speaker's Bureau
We are available to speak to your club, civic organization, or homeowner association on a variety of topics:
  • FireWise Construction
  • Preparedness
  • Program Overview
  • Forest Health
  • City's Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Code

Availability is limited and on a first-come, first- serve basis through our public firewood give-away events and are announced through local media outlets, generally during the months of September and October. Through these events, we offer free, pre-cut firewood and post-and-pole material, usually ponderosa pine. Sites vary depending upon the season and on-going work.

Prescribed Fire
The Flagstaff Fire Department conducts 10-30 burns each year. Designed to reduce accumulations of hazardous fuels, prescribed fire is an important aspect of our program. Public notification of planned burns occurs primarily through local media outlets, but you may also receive individual notification of burn operations in your neighborhood.

Free CD (PC or Mac)
This locally produced CD, titled "Simple Steps to Protect Your Home", details and demonstrates what Flagstaff area residents can do to protect their home and property from destructive wildfire. It also provides general information on the City’s Wildland Fire Management Program, considered to be a National Model for At-Risk communities. Copies of this free CD are limited, please contact us at (928) 213-2500 if you wish to receive a copy.