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Dear Sedona Fire District Resident,
Since the Slide Fire occurred, there have been concerns regarding flooding as well as emergency preparedness. In an effort to assist our community with these questions and concerns, Sedona Fire District has prepared a packet of helpful information. In this packet, you will find information on:
- Flood Insurance/Code Red Emergency Notifications/Rain Fall and Weather Data/Emergency Numbers/Sirens
- Emergency Communications Plan (2)
- Animal Evacuation Planning
- Homeowner Evacuation Planning
- Elderly and Special Needs Evacuation (2)
- Emergency Kit Checklist
All these documents can be accessed by clicking on the following link:
If you have any questions regarding your emergency preparedness, please contact Sedona Fire District at 928-282-6800.
Fire Marshal Gary Johnson
Attached below is a Press Release about this testing of the emergency warning sirens in Oak Creek Canyon this Thursday, June 26th at 2:00 PM. This will ONLY be a test.
Presentation of the Post- Slide Fire Assessmentand Preparedness Update.
Please read the Press Release attached below regarding a Community Informational meeting to be held by Coconino and Yavapai Counties, the City of Sedona, Sedona Fire District, U.S. Forest Service and other cooperating agencies at Sedona Red Rock High School on Thursday, June 19th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. Thank you.
Please read the attached letter to the community from Fire Chief Kris Kazian.
The Sedona Fire District is better prepared to fulfill its mission of service to the community, following a two week training offered by the U.S. Fire Administration’s National Fire Academy. Sedona Fire District Fire Inspector Kevin Sullivan was selected to attend two back-to-back courses offered at the NFA campus in Emmitsburg, MD. Please read the attached press release for more information
Photo: Sedona Fire Inspector Kevin Sullivan receives a certificate for fire prevention management classes completed at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD. Photo provided courtesy of Charles Studio.
As part of a national Pink Heals Tour – Cares Enough to Wear Pink campaign, the Sedona Fire District and its partners will be hosting the Pink Fire Trucks on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 for a community hot dog lunch, visit to Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona – Sedona Campus, and Tlaquepaque. Please join us!
Please read the important information below regarding the potential for post-wildland fire flooding in our area.