Browse Through Our Fire Safety Programs
At Three Points Fire District, we do not just respond to fire and rescue calls. Our team also prevents these from happening by teaching the public about life safety, disaster preparedness, and inspection and code enforcement. As local firefighters and first responders, we play a vital role in promoting public fire safety education in our community.
Why Work With Us
Through our community-based support programs, we are able to provide public information and resources and enforce fire prevention and life safety codes. Our local fire department also ensures that several of our services are free and available to everyone. Work directly with the experts and be a well-informed community member.
The Fire District provides Nationally recognized CPR and First-aid classes to residents, and Healthcare workers within the community. These classes are scheduled as needed and in small groups at this time. Please call (520) 822-1086 or fill out our contact sheet to get on the roster.
The following links may be useful;
Car Seat Program
Smoke Detector Installation
Fire and Life Safety Inspections are a great way to insure your family and home are safe. Firefighters can visit you at your request and perform a safety walkthrough of your property and home if you would like. Just give us a call or request to be placed on the schedule.
The Three Points Fire District may issue permits for open burning of yard and agricultural debris when the conditions are safe. Typically, burn permits are issued between the months of October to May. Check the website or contact the office for details. There is no fee for permits to our residents, however brush piles must be inspected prior to the issuance of a permit.
The department can perform the burn for you if needed or if required, speak to the personnel issuing the permit upon inspection. Please call our administration office to set up an appointment for inspection or send us an email on our contact page.
Air Emissions are regulated by the County Environmental Health Department. The Fire District can only issue open burning permits in concurrence with County regulations. Below is an excerpt of items that CANNOT be burned.
“Prohibited materials” means nonpaper garbage from the processing, storage, service, or consumption of food; chemically treated wood; lead-painted wood; linoleum flooring, and composite countertops; tires; explosives or ammunition; oleanders; asphalt shingles; tar paper; plastic and rubber products, including bottles for household chemicals; plastic grocery and retail bags; waste petroleum products, such as waste crankcase oil, transmission oil, and oil filters; transformer oils; asbestos; batteries; anti-freeze; aerosol spray cans; electrical wire insulation; thermal insulation; polyester products; hazardous waste products such as paints, pesticides, cleaners and solvents, stains and varnishes, and other flammable liquids; plastic pesticide bags and containers; and hazardous material containers including those that contained lead, cadmium, mercury, or arsenic compounds.
Get in touch with us today for any inquiries or concerns about fire safety and emergency response services. We will be more than happy to answer any of your inquiries. Contact Us