The Wildland Division was created to provide a well-qualified and equipped urban interface response team. As well as wildfire response, the crews work closely with property owners within the district reducing hazardous fuels and creating defensible space. The Wildland Division remains fiscally independent from the normal operations budget.
Through our partnership with the Hassayampa Wildland Response Group, the crews are available to respond to multiple jurisdictions within and outside the state of Arizona.
An interesting and helpful website that has come to our attention this season is Riskfactor.com. This site can assist you in identifying the risk projections of fire for the coming season. Enter your information and there is a great deal of data on our area based on current climate conditions. Check it out.
Photo Gallery: 2023
HFI 22-312 Tank 17 Fuels Reduction Grant
HFI 21-307 Model Creek Phase 2 Fuels Reduction Grant
Thank you Fritz Mueller, BLM Management Officer for providing the Peeples Valley Fire District with these portable tanks!
The Peeples Valley Fire District was invited by the Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park on October 22nd to participate in a cleanup and repair of the Memorial Trail to improve conditions after this past monsoon season. It was an honor for the district to serve the people of Arizona and assist the Arizona State Parks.