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Fire/Emergency Medical Services Reports

The following documents are being provided in response to citizen requests for reports issued in 2002 and 2003 regarding fire and emergency medical services in Scottsdale.

  • March 27, 2003, memorandum to the Scottsdale City Council. Outlines Scottsdale's estimates to transition to a municipal fire department.

    Memorandum (pdf / 56 kb / 9 pages)
    Attachment (pdf/ 28 kb/ 4 pages)
  • March 15, 2002 Analysis of Fire Services by Maximus: an independent consultant. This report analyzed current services provided by Rural/Metro and included a "best practices" evaluation of fire and emergency medical services provided in Scottsdale by Rural/Metro. 

    Executive Summary (pdf / 275 kb / 9 pages)
    Complete Report (pdf / 4.49 mb / 150 pages)
  • March 15, 2002 Analysis of Fire Services Contractual Issues by Maximus: an independent consultant. This report analyzed the cost effectiveness of establishing and operating a municipal fire department and the structure of the contract between the City of Scottsdale and the Rural/Metro Corp.

    Executive Summary (pdf / 184 kb / 8 pages)
    Complete Report (pdf / 2.0 mb / 92 pages)
  • October 23, 2002 Fire/Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee Recommendations. This is a report from an 11-member citizens committee to the City Council recommending levels of service for fire and emergency medical services.  
    Complete Report (pdf / 365 kb / 17 pages)