Dial 911 for emergencies
The Corona De Tucson Fire District has been dedicated to serving the community for over 40 years. Corona Fire provides twenty-four hour seven days a week staffing with advanced life support medical personnel and State of Arizona certified firefighters.
Fire & Rescue
The Corona De Tucson Fire District provides protection for our citizens and visitors. This includes protection of life and property from the destructive forces of fire and enviroment. Corona De Tucson Fire operates out of two fire stations, each with its own crews and emergency response vehicles. We currently have two type 1 engines, one type 3 engine, one type 6 brush truck, and a type 2 water tender with a type 1 water tender on order. We also provide advanced and basic life support at medical emergencies, participate in search and rescue operations, and provide other life saving measures as needed. Corona De Tucson Fire also provides mutual aid both in and out of state to help with devastating wildfire assignments as well as automatic aid and contractual aid with surround communities.
Current ISO rating: 3/3X
Current ISO rating: 3/3X
Emergency medical services
The Corona De Tucson Fire District Emergency Medical Service Division is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our customers with 100% of our fire fighters being cross trained as EMT's and/or Paramedics utilizing evidence based protocols and state of the art equipment. CDTFD is medically based with Carondelet St. Joseph's Hospital which is an accredited chest pain center as well as a comprehensive stroke center. St. Joseph's provides CDTFD with on-line and off-line medical direction as well as continuing education and quality improvement keeping all of our EMT's and Paramedics current of all the latest medical treatments and research.
The Corona de Tucson Fire District is made up of a unique mix of suburban and rural communities. The diversity of the area presents CDTFD with an Urban Interface approach to wildfires. Each member of the Corona de Tucson Fire District is trained to fight and manage wildfires. The Corona Wildland Division is a dynamic and highly trained group of firefighters able to be deployed nationally. These deployments allow for the wildland division members to provide assistance to communities in need, while obtaining unique experience and skills to better serve our community.
- Desert pest removal (dial 911)
- Vehicle and home lockout
- Smoke detector checks
- Home safety surveys
- Station tours
Corona De Tucson Fire Organizational Chart
Frequently asked questions
What should I do if i have a snake?
Remain calm and call 911. From a safe distance watch where snake goes to assist fire crew in removing the snake. Calling 911 will ensure that the fire department receives the call.
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I have a non emergent problem but still need a fire department response. who do I call?
Please call 911 and tell the dispatcher that you have a non emergency. By dialing 911 it will ensure that one of our two stations will receive your call.