Early Morning Fire Guts Senor Bob’s

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Sedona Fire District was dispatched to a structure fire at Senor Bob’s Restaurant located at 2015 W State Route 89A on Thursday, January 11, 2018, shortly after 4:00 am. Upon arrival firefighters observed smoke issuing from the eaves of the building. When firefighters made entry to the building, they encountered fire in the kitchen area. […]

Avoid the Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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With the recent tragedy in Parks, AZ we are reminded of the dangers of carbon monoxide in our homes. Sedona Fire District encourages residents to take precautions to prevent carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Carbon monoxide poisoning is a year round threat, however as temperatures drop, the potential for CO poisonings rise due to the inappropriate […]

SFD Seeks Applicants for Fire Board Vacancy

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The Sedona Fire District is looking for an individual to fill a Board vacancy for a term through November 2018. Board Members receive no financial benefits; it is a public service role. Business Meetings are typically held on the third Wednesday of each month, usually at Station #1 in West Sedona. Meetings normally begin at […]

Sedona Fire District is in the Holiday Spirit: Toys for Tots

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This Holiday Season the Sedona Fire District with support from IAFF Local 3690 and Sedona-Verde Valley Firefighter Charities will be looking forward to spreading the Holiday Spirit to the children of the Verde Valley.  In partnership with the Marine Corps Reserves, Sedona Fire District will be collecting Toys for Tots.  On Saturday, December 16, 2017 […]

Fire Danger Levels on the Rise in Sedona Fire District

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Earlier this week, Coconino National Forest managers increased the fire danger rating from “Moderate” to High.” Due to the decrease in fuel moistures and lack of rain in the forecast, forest managers have made the decision to elevate fire danger levels to high,” explains Jon Davis, Sedona Fire District Fire Marshal, “Fire conditions will likely […]

In 5 Hours, 2 Lives Saved by CPR in Sedona Fire District

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In a span of a little over five hours, two lives were saved by effective Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Shortly after 7 p.m. Friday night and, again, shortly after midnight, Sedona Fire District firefighters and paramedics were called for a pulseless person not breathing. In both cases, CPR was performed until a pulse could be […]

Sedona Fire District Installs Smoke Alarms

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Do you have smoke alarms in your home? Do they work? Saturday morning firefighters from Sedona Fire District, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, visited 36 homes in the Sedona Shadows subdivision to ensure that not only did they have alarms, but that they actually worked. “I feel really good about what we accomplished […]

Sedona Fire District “Sound the Alarm” Campaign

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The American Red Cross is partnering with Sedona Fire District on “Sound The Alarm” Campaign. On October 14, 2017, we are teaming up with Sedona Shadows to install smoke alarms. With each visit, volunteers will ask to test or install smoke alarms. If the pre-existing smoke alarms need batteries, they will be replaced; or if […]

Afternoon Fire Destroys Workshop in the Village of Oak Creek

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Shortly after noon on Monday, October 9, 2017, Sedona Fire District was called for a shop on fire at 175 Sunset Pass Road in the Village of Oak Creek. “When firefighters arrived, they found a 1,000 square foot detached workshop completely engulfed in flames,” said Fire Marshal Jon Davis, “Fire crews worked quickly to contain […]