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.
Please read the attached interesting and informative article from the Arizona Daily Sun:
Community Meeting TODAY at Sedona Red Rock High School at 6:00 PM – Slide Fire Update and Information for Evacuees When Returning Home After Wildland Fire
A Community meeting will be held today, May 28, 2014, at the Performing Arts Center of the Sedona Red Rock High School beginning at 6:00 PM. This meeting will have an update on the Slide Fire, as well as information for the Slide Fire evacuees to use when returning home after a wildland fire. Click on the link below for an informative flyer.
Attached below is the informational flyer with very useful information about the Slide Fire that will be distributed this afternoon at the Public Meeting to be held at Sedona Red Rock High School Performing Arts Center at 4:00 PM.
The Sedona Fire District has been overwhelmed with community support by way of food and beverage donations and no longer needs more of these items. We are extremely grateful. Thank you! Instead of food and water donations, we are encouraging these alternatives:
American Red Cross, http://www.redcross.org, 1-800-733-2767
Sedona Fire District’s Community Wildfire Prevention Fund – Make payment to: Sedona Fire District CWPF, Fire Station No. 1, 2860 Southwest Drive, Sedona, AZ 86336. All funds to be used for wildfire prevention programs in our community.
United Way, 928-773-9813
Attached is a Press Release about the Slide Fire and Community Meeting to be held today at 4:00 PM at the Performing Arts Center of the Sedona Red Rock High School.
Attached below is a Press Release with a letter to our community from Sedona Fire District Fire Chief Kris Kazian. Please read. Thank you for your kindness, compassion, and support!
SFD No Longer Needs Food and Water Donations! The Sedona community is the best. Thank you very much!
Sedona Fire District is happy to say that we have received enough food and water donations at this time. We are extremely grateful to the community for this outpouring of support and are amazed by how wonderfully giving Sedona is! If you want to donate food and water, please contact either the Sedona Food Bank or the Red Cross. They will need donations for the possible evacuees of this fire. Contact information for the Red Cross is below.
If you want to help our SFD Firefighters and our community directly, SFD is establishing a Community Wildland Prevention Fund. Proceeds will be used by SFD for programs within our community directly related to reducing the potential for wildland fires. As soon as we have the information for how to donate, we will post it on our website.
Thank you for everything you are doing. Sedona is the best!!!
American Red Cross / Trudy Thompson Rice