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Message from Chief Bryan Savage

Public Notice

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE: The Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District (TMFMD) will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on July 3, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. local time for the purpose of considering a boundary change pursuant to Arizona Revised Statute §48-262 for the purpose of adding 196 parcels of real property located in and around the Bison Ridge development. The PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the TMFMD administrative office located at 3561 E. Deuce of Clubs, Show Low, AZ 85901. The purpose of the PUBLIC HEARING is to hear those taxpayers who appear for or against the proposed boundary change and determine whether the proposed change will promote the public health, comfort, convenience, necessity or welfare. Information on the proposed boundary change, which includes an impact statement, map and detailed list of the 196 parcels of real property proposed to be included in the boundary change can be obtained at www.timbermesafire.org or at the TMFMD administrative office at 3561 E Deuce of Clubs, Show Low, Az 85901 or by calling (928) 537-5100.

Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the GFOA!!

Tentatively approved 2018/2019 Amended Budget

Timber Mesa Fire Chief re-elected to Az Fire Districts Association

SHOW LOW — At the recent annual business meeting of the Arizona Fire Districts Association (AFDA), Timber Mesa Fire Chief Bryan Savage was reelected to his third term as the Vice-President of that association.

TIMBER MESA FIRE and MEDICAL DISTRICT

WWW.TimberMesaFire.org

The Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District (TMFMD) is a special taxing district formed in 2014 as a result of the successful collaboration and the merger of the Lakeside, Show Low and Linden Fire Districts. TMFMD is dedicated to proactive risk reduction efforts, medical services and fire response. We value our community and the public trust we have earned. Fiscal responsibility and integrity are the cornerstones upon which we are built.

In July of 2012 the Show Low Fire District (SLFD) was made aware that public funds may have been stolen or otherwise misused. The staff at SLFD, led by Chief Randy Chevalier, took the information to the Fire Board who initiated an investigation by multiple third-party consultants. That investigation demonstrated significant financial issues that should be turned over to law enforcement. In August of 2012 the former SLFD employees implicated in the investigation had either retired or resigned.

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Welcome to Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District

Timber Mesa Fire and Medical is dedicated to consistently provide superior emergency, safety and educational services for our customers. The District runs a variety of calls ranging form house fires, hazardous material incidents, wild land, to medical calls in our 100 plus square mile district.

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