Effective immediately, the fire station will be closed to the public in order to help protect our emergency service workers and staff. The highly contagious Covid-19 Virus has led Chief Rodriquez and surrounding community Fire Chiefs to restrict access and declare fire stations as safe zones for emergency response personnel. We will continue to staff and respond to emergencies and have taken the necessary universal precautions to protect those we serve and those that provide care. In case of an emergency, call 911.
Effective immediately, open burning of any kind is banned in Coconino County. This includes the Forest Lakes Community, an incorporated subdivision in Coconino County. The Board of Supervisors met and voted on the issue Tuesday, April 28th. This follows along with the forest service, which banned open fires on all forests in the state. The ban includes campfires, charcoal grills and any type of yard burning. Propane, gas and fuel-fired devices with an on/off switch are still allowed.
Click HERE for information on Fire Restrictions and Red Flag Days
See https://wildlandfiresmoke.net/outlooks/ for information on smoke in our area.
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
FLFD and the Forest Lakes Owners Association have established an agreement with Black Mesa Ranger District to operate a Green Waste Transfer Station adjacent to our community.
More information is available at
The GWTS has reopened for the season. Check the link above for hours.
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.