Rincon Valley Fire District was formed in 1985 by residents of the southeast metropolitan Tucson area. The District currently provides emergency and community services to 20,000 residents  over a  50 square mile area. Rincon Valley Fire District is a nonprofit, community service organization. Rincon Valley Fire District provides a wide range of dedicated services to its residential and commercial property owners. In addition to fire protection, Paramedic-equipped units located in the District for advanced life support to medical calls provide prompt, efficient transportation to the hospital.

On this website you will find information related to community events, services, tours, educational presentations, fire safety, and general information about the Rincon Valley Fire District. If you have any questions please reach out and contact us.

Resources

SENIOR EXIT PROJECT

All graduates of the Vail School District are required to complete a Student Exit Project (SEP). The composite score of the Senior Exit Project consists of four separate parts: written, portfolio, oral presentation and community service hours.  Please see the attached Shadow Packet for information on shadowing the fire district.  Complete the Contact Form if […]

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Lightning Safety

Get outdoor and indoor safety tips for lighting storms. Thunder and lightning storms happen all the time. Know what to do to keep you and your family safe when storms strike.

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Wildland Fire Safety

Every year, wildfires burn across the U.S., and more and more people are living where wildfires are a real risk. But by working together, residents can make their own property — and their neighborhood — much safer from wildfire. This safety sheet as a list of active steps you can take to prevent wildfires, as […]

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