Congratulations to our new Fire Chief Benjamin Guerrero!

The District

Established in 1974 and operating out of four fire stations, the Tubac Fire District provides fire and emergency medical services, which include fire suppression, emergency medical response, rescue, fire prevention, public education and a host of non-emergency services such as venomous creature removal.

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For any Fire or Medical Emergencies, call 911


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What is the population of Tubac Fire District? What is the median age of our residents living within TFD boundaries, economic profile, and the number of households in the fire district? Our Community Profile page includes everything you need to know about our community and the residents we serve.

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Tubac Fire District developed this performance dashboard to track emergency response information within our Fire District. The dashboard includes emergency incidents by month, year, and fire station. Our response goals are measured as well as our progress towards achieving those goals.

Community Strong

Located in southeastern Arizona in Santa Cruz County, including parts of the towns of Tubac, Tumacacori, Amado and Rio Rico, the Tubac Fire District serves 10,000 residents in a 166 square mile area.  The TFD has a blend of commercial and retail areas, including more than 100 eclectic shops, eateries, and world class galleries, all of which are intermixed with a variety of beautiful residential neighborhoods.

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Fire Board

Tubac Fire is governed by a 5 member Board.  Board meetings are generally held the last Wednesday of the month at Station 2 at 1:30 p.m.  These are public meetings and the public is encouraged to attend.  The meeting notices are published here in our documents, downloads, and video section of the web page and also posted at the local post offices.

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Current Employment Opportunities

Adminstration Office

520.398.2255 • Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Residents with a burn permit requesting permission to conduct a controlled burn must call (520) 398-2255 after 7:30 a.m. daily.