Timber Mesa General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) Factual Information
The Governing Board of the Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District has referred a bond initiative to the November election for a General Obligation Bond for capital improvement projects such as facility improvements, payment of long term lease-purchase obligations, and other capital needs. GO Bond funds cannot be used for operational and maintenance expenses such as new employees or raises.
To request a presentation of the GO Bond information for your group, please contact Timber Mesa by phone at 928-537-5100, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employees, while representing the Fire District in an official capacity, are not permitted by law to advocate any position concerning the GO Bond and are allowed to only present factual information concerning the details of the bond initiative.
Fire Weather Conditions
For the current weather forecast in the Show Low and surrounding area, click here.
Is Open Debris Burning allowed? To find out, please call 928-367-FIRE (3473) each day to find out. The information is updated as our weather conditions change. This does not regulate recreational or warming fires (such as BBQ grills and camp fires).
Want to know if our area is in “Red Flag” conditions? This map will show you the conditions for the State of Arizona. Show Low and the surrounding areas are located in Fire Weather Zones 113, 116, 117, and 118.
News, Events, and Recent Updates
October 29th, 2020
Timber Mesa is currently seeking applicants for an open position of Mechanic. Closing date/time for submission of the required application documents is November 27th, 2020 4:00 PM. Applications received after the deadline shall not be considered.
Those applicants whose qualifications are deemed best suited for the position will be contacted for an oral interview and basic skills assessment. Applicants will be subject to post-offer, pre-employment drug screening and a criminal background review. For more information on the position, Click Here.
July 24th, 2020
Fire Chief Bryan Savage responds to a paid advertisement recently published in the local paper to correct misleading or false information. To see the response in whole, Click Here.