Prescott Fire Department

Proudly protecting Prescott, arizona since 1885

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The Prescott Fire Department is one of the oldest fire departments in the state of Arizona.

It was established in 1885 and is today a modern and highly professional career fire department. We are a group of uniformed and civilian personnel dedicated to achieving a common purpose. 

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pfd Core Identity

Join Our Team

Could you see yourself as a firefighter?

The profession of firefighting is a dynamic and diverse opportunity to provide essential services to the community. These opportunities extend far beyond fighting fires and responding to emergencies. Today’s fire service employs a diverse group of individuals to meet these diverse community expectations. Our team includes sworn firefighters, civilian professionals, and volunteers. We are are family-oriented, tradition-rich, and resilient public safety organization that embodies the spirit of service that is engrainied in our community’s culture.

Firefighter

Experience dynamic roles in front-line response and administration

Civilian

Join our team as a vital civilian member, contributing to administrative, support, and community risk reduction

volunteer

Give back to your community through non-emergency roles

command staff

The department has a command structure that is designed to help us achieve our mission and meet the needs of the citizens. The department’s strategic direction is determined by four administrative chief officers and three battalion chiefs, who together form the command staff. The Senior Leadership Team is made up of the four administrative chiefs who oversee the administrative, essential services, community risk management, and emergency operations divisions. The fire chief, who is a member of the city’s senior leadership team, serves as the chief executive officer of the fire department and collaborates on city-wide initiatives.