FLFD Board Chairman Tom Cummiskey welcomed Mr. Israel Torres to his new position on the Board of Directors during the December 14 board meeting. Mr. Torres is a resident of Forest Lakes and had recently expressed his interest in filling the position on the Board vacated by former member Quentin Tolby. After an extended due diligence period allowing all interested parties to seek this appointment, the Board agreed that Mr. Torres would be the best candidate. Former member Tolby’s term is scheduled to end as of November 2020 and Member Torres was appointed to fill the remainder of that term. New member Torres has completed the Oath of Office and all necessary paperwork for Coconino County. Please extend your welcome and appreciation to Mr. Torres for undertaking this service to our community.
Files coming soon.
The Forest Lakes Fire District leadership team consists of five board members plus the Fire Chief, who is hired by the board. Board members are elected by the residents of the District, and serve 4-year terms.
FLFD is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona and is subject to the Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS). The Fire Board has the ultimate responsibility for the protection of life and property within the District boundaries. It oversees the organization of the fire district and its operations to assure compliance with all ARS provisions and make such recommendations as are necessary for the efficient operation of the fire district. The day-to-day operations of the District are managed by the Fire Chief.
Candidates for office must be registered voters of Coconino County and the fire district. Residents interested in board membership who are not registered to vote in Coconino County will need to switch their registration.