Buckeye Fire: What We Do
Equipped To Do The Job
Currently, the Buckeye Fire Medical Rescue Department has six Class A pumpers, two 100 foot aerial trucks, a technical rescue support vehicle, two brush trucks, two command vehicles and six staff vehicles. All line staff are certified firefighters and approximately 50% are Para-Medics.
The Buckeye Fire Medical Rescue Department has six fire stations. As the City continues to grow in development, future fire stations will begin construction to provide adequate public safety for residents.
Buckeye Fire Station Locations
Fire Station 701 – Downtown Buckeye
404 South Miller Road, Buckeye, AZ 85326
Fire Station 702 – Sundance
1911 South Rainbow Road, Buckeye, AZ 85326
Fire Station 703 – Verrado
2582 North Verrado Way, Buckeye, AZ 85396
Fire Station 704 – Festival Ranch
27360 W. Wagner Complex Dr., Buckeye AZ 85396
Fire Station 705 – Tartesso
30050 West Tartesso Parkway, Buckeye, AZ 85396
Fire Station 706 – Westpark
25821 West Magnolia Street, Buckeye, AZ 85326
Technologically Advanced First Responders
The Buckeye Fire Medical Rescue Department is a member of the nationally recognized Valley Wide Automatic Aid Consortium, in which all participants are dispatched via computer through the use of an automatic vehicle locater system, regardless of the jurisdiction. This insures the closest appropriate unit and resources will respond and automatically access all of the fire resources of the greater Phoenix area.
In serving our City, and in everything we do, we strive to fulfill our mission: To be the best and build for the future.
The Fire Medical Rescue Department and the Louis B. Hazelton Memorial Cemetery
The Buckeye Fire Medical Rescue Department proudly operates and maintains the historical Louis B. Hazelton Memorial Cemetery, established in 1938. It is located at 23100 W. Broadway Road. For more information regarding the cemetery, please contact Fire Administration at 623-349-6700.