This is Mohave County with an important message for all residents and businesses located within Mohave County. We have licensed the CodeRED Community Notification System to help disseminate important or critical information. We encourage all residents and businesses to go to the www.mohavecounty.us website, click on Code Red under the Popular Services heading and enter their contact information, including additional phone numbers, and text and email addresses, to ensure all of the data in our system is accurate and current. If you know of anyone who did not receive this call who lives in Mohave County, please encourage them to visit the County website and enter their information. If you do not have Internet access, please contact a friend or family member to help add your contact information to the emergency database. You can also call County Emergency Management directly at 928-757-0930 for assistance. That is 928-757-0930. Thank you.

It is the mission of the Fort Mojave Mesa Fire District to provide All-Hazard services to the citizens and visitors of the District.
It is our vision to strengthen partnerships with the community and our neighboring departments through progressive training, community outreach and strategic planning.
  • Integrity - Uphold the highest moral and ethical conduct.
  • Respect - Embrace diversity and promote equality.
  • Honor - Our oath is to be honest, trustworthy, courageous and fair.
  • Commitment - Our pledge is to selflessly respond to the needs of the community while providing for the health and well-being of our members.
  • Welcome to the Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department’s (FMMFD) Website. We are an organization of 40 dedicated, community service oriented people that serve more than 15,000 residents and its visitors. We are also an all-risk public safety agency. This means we respond to all emergencies and hazards with the exception of those that are the responsibility of law enforcement.

    The Fort Mojave Mesa community is located in Northwest Arizona directly on the borders of California and Nevada. Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department is a special district and recognized as an unincorporated political subdivision of the State of Arizona located in Mohave County. Leadership is provided by five “at large” elected Board of Directors serving on overlapping four year terms.

    Our services include: fire suppression, technical rescue and advanced life support, including paramedic ambulance transport services and a full range of fire prevention, consulting, and investigative services. We provide these services through Administration, Prevention, Training, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Medical Services, and two strategically located fire stations with a minimum of 11 people on duty daily.

    We strive for economic development by streamlining our processes for business efficiency while seeking revenue opportunities to offset our operational expenses. We support employee well-being and productivity through training, career development, an employee wellness and fitness program, and a collaborative working environment. We provide exceptional customer service because it is the right thing to do. Our employees are trained, recognized, and rewarded for exceptional customer service.

    Again, thank you for visiting the FMMFD Website. For more information about our fire department and the tri-state recreational opportunities, please use the links provided or call the administrative office @ 928.768.9181.

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