Clarkdale Fire District

895 First South Street, PO Box 1236, Clarkdale, Arizona 86324    (928) 639-4591

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New Phone Number to Activate Burn Permits
To activate your existing burn permit, please call 649-1397.  Persons with burn permits should receive an automated telephone call regarding this change. 

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Burn Ban Lifted

With the increasing moisture within the Central Regions of Yavapai County, and under consultation with the Yavapai County Office of Emergency Management and the Prescott National Forest, the fire ban for Clarkdale Fire District will be lifted effective:  July 14, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. The fire ban was implemented on April 18th due to the extremely dry conditions. 


Since that date, there have been two small fires that started within the Clarkdale Fire District.  These could have quickly grown and threatened life and property but instead were promptly extinguished due to members of the community reporting them in the early stages -  thank you for your diligence in preventing wildfire!  Press Release

CLFD Awarded Grant for Tender/Pumper  

The Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced last week that it will award a grant to Clarkdale Fire District for a much-needed water tender/pumper.  The total purchase price of the new tender will be $221,760, with $210,672 being funded by the grant.   Press Release



Clarkdale Fire District Election/Elección

The Board of Directors of the Clarkdale Fire District has determined that two Board seats are required to be on the November 4, 2014 General Election ballot.

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La Junta Directiva del Clarkdale Fire District ha determinado que se requiere que dos cargos de la Junta aparezcan en la Elección General boleta del 4 de noviembre de 2014.  Condado de Yavapai Elecciónes/Registro de Votantes  

New Hydrants Possibly Lower Property Insurance Rates

With the completion of the "Twin 5's" water line replacement project by the Town of Clarkdale, which included new hydrants, several properties now have a lower Public Protection Classification (PPC).  The PPC is set by Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO).  ISO evaluates communities according to a uniform set of criteria and sets the PPC.  Clarkdale Fire District has a PPC of 4/8b.  This means that the properties within the district which are within 1,000 feet of a hydrant have a PPC of 4; while properties farther than 1,000 feet from a hydrant have a PPC of 8b.  The lower the number the better.  We have had homeowners tell us that their property insurance premiums went down 30% due to the PPC for their home going from an 8b to a 4!  This is is why it is important for homeowners that have property near one of the new hydrants contact their insurance company!  Not all insurers consider the PPC in their underwriting - but many do.  Therefore, we urge all affected residents to contact their insurer.  Home owners and insurance agents may call us to verify the classification of individual properties: (928) 639-4591. 

The Town of Clarkdale has provided us with a map depicting the properties within 1,000 feet of the new hydrants. Areas shaded green already had a PPC of 4. The blue shading shows the area covered by the new hydrants.  If any part of your property has blue shading, the entire property is considered to have a PPC of 4.   


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Surplus Property For Sale

We are selling a 2001 International Pumper. See the Sales Flyer for more information.



"NEW" First-Out Engine

On November 1, 2013 Clarkdale Board of Directors authorized the purchase of a 2005 Crimson combination rescue/pumper from the Kensington Volunteer Fire Department in Kensington Maryland.  The truck is now in-service as Clarkdale Fire Districts first-out engine.  For more information see the Press Release.

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