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EMERGENCY & INCIDENT INFORMATION:

AZ State Information

       1. AZ Emergency Information Network
       2. SWCC
       3. InciWeb Incident Information System


Yavapai County Information

       1. Emergency Evacuation Info
       2. Emergency Notification System
       3. Yavapai County Emergency Mngmt


LATEST DISTRICT NEWS:

Tornado Clean-up Awarded

The Groom Creek Fire District has been awarded a Western Bark Beetle Initiative Grant in the amount of $47,617 for the … [Read More...]

Tornado Clean-up

The Groom Creek Fire District is applying for a Grant with AZ State Forestry to clean up the tornado damage created last … [Read More...]

Station 41 Christmas decorating! This Friday at 6:30pm.

Please join us this Friday evening at the fire station to help set up the Christmas tree and decorate the station. There will … [Read More...]

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COMMUNITY EVENTS & FIREFIGHTER NEWS

2014 Firewise Day Pancake Breakfast

On Saturday, May 3rd at 8:00 am we will hold our annual Firewise Day and Pancake Breakfast. We will be serving Pancakes, … [Read More...]

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Mayhem MTB Race in Groom Creek

  CALLING ALL MOUNTAIN BIKERS!!! Check out the annual Mountain Mayhem MTB Race on Saturday May 26th, 2015. The ride is … [Read More...]

Prescott Basin Drill

The Prescott Basin Drill will take place on April 4th at the Central Yavapai Fire training Center beginning at 0830. This … [Read More...]

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About the Groom Creek Fire District

The Groom Creek Fire District was established in 1971 by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. We started as an all-volunteer organization dedicated to protecting life and property in the area six miles south of Prescott, AZ. We now have two full-time firefighters on shift and operate a fuels crew to assist with the clearing of vegetation to remain a Firewise Community.


Our personnel perform fire and emergency medical services and are trained in technical rescue, paramedicine, hazardous materials, wildland firefighting, fire prevention activities and more. If you have any questions about our operations, please feel free to stop by the fire station at 1110 E Friendly Pines Rd.

GCFD Mission Statement

Serving our community and our neighbors with dedication and compassion.