Fire Department

Coolidge Fire Logo

Mark Dillon
Station 1 - 103 W. Pinkley Avenue

Station 2 - 1299 S. Signal Peak Road
Mail – 130 W.Central Avenue
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
(520) 723-5311
Fax: (520) 723-6018


CERT Training

CERT is a positive and realistic approach to emergency and disaster situations where citizens may initially be on their own and their actions can make a difference. While people will respond to others in need without the training, one goal of the CERT program is to help them do so effectively and efficiently without placing themselves in unnecessary danger. In the CERT training, citizens learn to:

manage utilities and put out small fires,

treat the three medical killers by opening airways,

controlling bleeding, and treating for shock,

provide basic medical aid,

search for and rescue victims safely,

organize themselves and spontaneous volunteers to be effective,

and collect disaster intelligence to support first responder efforts.

CERT Training Form

Volunteer Firefighter Opportunity

The Fire Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters. This position would be under general supervision of a Fire Captain and support the effective and efficient duties of the Fire Department.

Apply Here


ISO 3 Rating Photo

Established 1939

An I.S.O. Class 3 Department

The Coolidge Fire Department provides fire protection to 19,000 plus residents covering an area of 90 plus square miles. The Department currently responds from two stations and is a combination paid - part paid department.

The Coolidge Fire Department was established in 1939 with the acquisition of a 1940 Ford Seagraves Pumper which was housed in Station 1 built in 1941. The original station is now the home of the Coolidge Chamber of Commerce.

We are now a full-time all hazards department with 13 full-time firefighters and 6 active volunteers.

Coolidge Fire Department “Get Out Alive” Program - Free Smoke Detectors

•Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms

•More than one-third (38 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.

•The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms.
The Coolidge Fire Department is implementing a free smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector program for all homeowners in the Coolidge City Limits.
Residents can fill out the online form at:

You may also come by the Main Fire Station located at 103 W. Pinkley Ave. and fill out the form. Residents will be issued 1-2 smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, free of charge, depending on the size of the home. Installation instructions will be given to the homeowner upon receipt of the detector or CFD crews can install the detector for you.

For additional questions please call CFD @ 520-723-6019