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In this site is a brief history as well as general information in regards to the operations of the medical transport service. Feel free to browse, glance at the photos posted, or gives us a call if you have any questions or concerns. We are based out of the Taylor Fire Station, 411 Paper mill Rd, next to Town Hall. We have a paramedic crew on duty 24 hours a day, but they are not always at the station, so leave a message with the Chief, Clint Burden @ 928-536-7900 or Assistant Chief, Willie Nelson @ 536-7569.
If you have a question regarding a bill, call the billing office @ 928-368-6799.
We are having CPR class at Fire Station in Taylor on the first Monday of the month, if a holiday it will be moved to Tuesday. Click on the picture above to sign up for classes.
$35 for CPR/AED
$35 for CPR Pro
$50 for Basic First Aid/CPR/AED
Protect your property from wildland fire.
As more people choose to build homes, operate businesses and recreate in areas where wild lands border more urban areas, the threat to private property from Wildland fire increases. Creating “defensible” or “survivable” space around structures can make the difference between returning to an intact home or a smoldering pile of ashes if a wildfire moves through the area.
Neither Wildland firefighting agencies nor local fire departments can adequately protect the growing number of structures in interface areas. It is critical that private landowners take steps on their own to protect their property. The Taylor-Snowflake Fire Department (TSFMD) has available to local residents’ resources to assist property owners, including a number of Web sites with excellent information, evacuation procedures, etc. We know you will find these links very useful and informative
Contact the TSFMD for information on making your residence or place of business fire “survivable” for this upcoming fire season.
Remember that depending on the type of vegetation, topography and hazardous fuels. Reduction may need to be extended several hundred feet from your home.
If you have any questions regarding wild land fire safety, please contact the TSFMD at 928-536-7900.