See NEWS page for more information on fire restrictions
CURRENT FIRE INFO
Please do not call 9-1-1 for fire information or road conditions. The following sources are what we use to get the most up to date fire information and road conditions:
Road Conditions: https://www.az511.com/
READY, SET, GO! Program
Fire Season is upon us! Do you have a plan in place? It is important to be prepared for evacuations and emergencies. Please visit https://ein.az.gov/ready-set-go for more information.
The Green Waste Transfer Station (GWTS) is on US Forest Service property adjacent to Forest Lakes and is available for safe community disposal of green waste (logs, slash, needles).
Click HERE for more information.
Operating Hours are variable, depending on weather and fire threat conditions.
Current Operating Hours:
Closed for the Season
In accordance with Coconino County restrictions, Camp Fires are NOT currently allowed in the Forest Lakes Community.
Click HERE for information on Fire Restrictions and Red Flag Days
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FLFD has prepared a 5-Year Strategic Plan (STRAP), including a detailed financial plan. The plan is updated annually in advance of developing the annual budget. Click HERE for the latest STRAP update and for detailed budget information.
Each property owner must have a current Burn Permit on file with FLFD prior to having a campfire or burning debris. Permits must be renewed annually. Please call 928-535-4644 or email renewal request to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop into the office at 1508 Merzville Road M-F 8am to 4pm to renew your prior year Burn Permit. Click HERE for more information and the application form.
The FLFD Auxiliary is a volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to fund raising and assistance to the Fire District. Please consider joining!
Auxiliary meetings are scheduled for the 3rd Saturday of each month at 9 am, except for no meetings November through February.
Emergency Medical Response
Emergency Fire Response
Blood Pressure Checks
Limited FAX service
Station Visits -- stop by and see the equipment
New in 2023: Hazardous Fuels Grant
See FIREWISE info
FLFD is managed by a 5-member Board of Directors. Each director is elected by the public for a 4 year term.
FLFD functions in accordance with approved Bylaws, Policies, and Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) as well as all County, State and Federal laws.
Click HERE to view our internal Policies.