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An advertisement for a CPR Certification, First Aid & AED Training course by Daisy Mountain Fire and Medical.

NEW CPR Class on May 17th 2024 at 6:00 pm in Desert Hills Area

Bystander CPR plays a crucial role in saving lives during medical emergencies such as cardiac arrest. When someone experiences sudden cardiac arrest, immediate intervention is essential to maintain blood flow and oxygenation to vital organs until professional help arrives. Bystander CPR can double or even triple the chances of survival for the victim, significantly increasing their likelihood of a positive outcome. By initiating CPR promptly, bystanders buy precious time for emergency responders to arrive and provide advanced medical care. Furthermore, bystander CPR empowers ordinary individuals to become heroes in their communities, as their quick actions can make a lifesaving difference for someone in distress. We hope to see you there!


Click here for more information or to sign up
Red and white graphic with the text "CARSEAT PROGRAM" on a black background.


Red fire truck labeled "DAISY MOUNTAIN" with firefighting gear on front bumper in sunlight.


July 27th, 2024 CAVE CREEK Car Seat Event

We will be hosting a Car Seat event in the CAVE CREEK area. Be on the look for a flyer with further information.

Car seat safety is paramount for protecting children during travel, as proper installation and usage can significantly reduce the risk of injury or death in the event of a collision. It's essential to select an appropriate car seat based on the child's age, weight, and height, and to ensure that it meets all current safety standards. Proper installation is critical, and parents should carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions and seek assistance from certified technicians if needed. Additionally, children should remain rear-facing for as long as possible, as this position offers the most protection for their fragile necks and spines. Regular inspections and adjustments are necessary to maintain the integrity of the car seat and ensure that it continues to provide maximum safety for the child. By prioritizing car seat safety and staying informed about best practices, parents can help keep their children safe on the road.

Click Here to sign up for Car Seat Installation

Or for further information you can call 623-465-7400 ext. 411  

Red and white "WATER SAFETY" sign on a black background.


A water safety poster highlighting drowning risks like bathtubs, mop buckets, and ponds, with contact info for CPR classes and prevention tips.


Daisy Mountain Water Safety Program is in full swing!

Water Safety Program want so share some potential areas of risk with water safety as we move into the warm Arizona summer months:

Constant supervision is crucial whenever children are near water, whether it's a pool, lake, or bathtub, as accidents can happen in an instant. Additionally, ensuring that children wear appropriate flotation devices and understand basic water rescue techniques can provide an extra layer of protection. By prioritizing water safety education and supervision, we can help prevent tragic accidents and keep our children safe around water.

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Daisy Mountain Wildland Division wantS to give you a few tips on Wildland fire prevention

Arizona's scorching summer months not only bring intense heat but also create prime conditions for wildfires and brush fires to ignite and spread rapidly. The combination of high temperatures, low humidity, and dry vegetation increases the fuel potential for wildfires, posing a significant risk to both rural and urban areas. As vegetation dries out under the relentless sun, it becomes highly combustible, making it easier for fires to start and challenging for firefighters to contain them. It's essential for residents to remain vigilant and take proactive measures to mitigate the risk of wildfires during the summer season.

As part of the Daisy Mountain Wildland Division, we understand the importance of safety during the upcoming summer wildfire season. With the season swiftly approaching, it's crucial to prioritize the safety of both yourself and your community. Here are a few essential tips to help keep you and your surroundings safe: 

A wildfire prevention poster: Use proper tools for cutting dry grass, remove rocks, be prepared with water & a fire extinguisher, featuring Smokey Bear.
Text "CERT PROGRAM" on a red and black background.
People in hard hats and vests practice medical emergency response, with "CERT TRAINING" text overlay.

What is CERT?

It"s a FREE community-based volunteer program developed by FEMA.

Upon Completion of the 20 hour class, you will be qualified to participate in a CERT Volunteer Team.

(Future CERT participation is encouraged but NOT required.)

Click here to see how you can become a volunteer with Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical Citizen Corps Programs


All Classes are held at Station 141:

43814 N. New River Rd.

A red and white logo with the word "CHARITIES." The rest of the image is black.
Event flyer for "Ignite the Night," scheduled for August 10, 2024, at a new Scottsdale location, by Daisy Mountain Firefighters Charities.


Ignite the Night 

Get ready to "Ignite the Night" this summer on August 10th, 2024! We're bringing back the same fantastic event you know and love, but with a fresh twist at a new location. Stay tuned as ticket pricing and sponsorship tiers will be posted shortly, offering you various ways to get involved and make the most of this exciting evening!

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