Thank you to the Firefighter's Charities Foundation for the $300 grant to purchase smoke detectors.

Chief Dame worked together with Ace Hardware in Wickenburg to purchase 53 smoke detectors. Receiving this grant and discounted smoke detectors will allow CCMFD to provide another service to our community members to keep them safe.

If you are in the Circle City/Morristown area and are in need of a smoke detector for your home, please contact us at 623-388-9473 or email the Fire Chief or Administrative Assistant.

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The Whale Program
(We Have A Little Emergency)

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death for children in the US. The Whale Program is a child safety seat occupant program that allows for identification of small children in the event of a vehicle accident. 

Vial of Life Program

Everybody should have a Vial of Life form filled out. The Vial of Life is a smart way to have your medical information on hand just in case of an emergency. Seniors need this because of their constant medical changes and medications… It’s the right thing to do. 

Put one in your wallet, in your glove compartment, and especially on your refrigerator door- even put one in your child’s pocket.

Whale Program and Vial of Life Kits Available at CCMFD
41026 N Castle Hot Springs Rd, Morristown

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They are loud and hot, and the smoke makes it very dark. Fires hurt and destroy things in your home. You and your family can help make your home safer from fire.

Where in your home do possible fire problems exist? What can you do to make sure that you and your family are less likely to be harmed by fire?


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Life Threatening Emergencies: 911
Fire Rescue: (623)388-9000
MCSO Dispatch: (602)876-1000
Wickenburg PD: (928)684-5411
Poison Control: (800)222-1222

41026 N Castle Hot Springs RD 
Morristown, Arizona 85342
Non Emergency: (623)388-9473
Fax: (623)388-2772


Fire Chief
Harry Dame

For any questions or assistance please E-Mail our Administrative Assistant

Thank you to The 100 Club of Arizona for awarding CCMFD with the Safety Enhancement Stipend Award to purchase 3 new sets of Turnouts.

Each year an estimated 2,655 deaths and 13,025 injuries occur as the result of residential building fires.  The risk of death or injury from fire is even greater for people with physical, mental, or sensory disabilities.  Declining mobility, health, sight, and hearing may limit a person’s ability to take the quick action necessary to escape during a fire emergency.

If you have a disability, you can increase your chances of surviving a fire by taking safety precautions such as making and practicing a home fire escape plan relevant to your needs and ensuring that working smoke alarms are installed on every level of the home.

For more information, contact the Fire District at (623) 388-9473 or Click Here.

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