News, Events, and Recent Updates
Adopted Budget for 2022-23
The tentative operational budget has been approved for posting for the 2022-2023 Fiscal year. To see a copy of the tentative budget, click here.
TMFMD is seeking applicants for the position of Fire Chief
The Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Fire Chief. For more information on the posting and position, click here.
We will be replacing our main phone and server tomorrow August 26th, at 11:00am and our entire system will be shut down for about two hours. You can contact us via email at email@example.com or right here on Facebook messenger for any questions or other inquiries. IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY PLEASE DIAL 911.
- The Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District (TMFMD) currently accepting written bids from a qualified vendor for a Red, Liquid Spring Suspension, for two Type -1, Ford F-350/450, 4X4, Diesel Engine. Design plans should be submitted with the bid for final review.. Submission of proposal: Submittals will be accepted until 4:00 pm, September 1, 2022, and shall be transmitted in a sealed package addressed to Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District, Attention: Assistant Chief Clay Wood, Ambulance RFP, 3561 E. Deuce of Clubs Show Low, AZ 85901. Submittal shall include three sets of price (including pre-payment option), build time frame, complete apparatus specifications, component list, drawings, and warranty information. Any submittal received after the deadline will not be considered. For more information, click here.
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.