Schedule an Event

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Scottsdale Fire has placed a moratorium on all station tours and ride-alongs.  We will not be opening the fire stations to the public until at least January 2022. We reserve the right to continue the moratorium until further notice. Questions? Email us!

To request a firetruck or a speaker at an event, a station tour, or ride-along use once of the links below to fill out the appropriate online form. Additional services by the fire department, such as medical standbys, etc., will require that you proceed though the special events process.   

Please allow 30-days to process your request.

Station Tour Request

Speaker or Fire Truck Request

Ride-Along Request

 

**This Ride-Along Waiver will need to be filled out and brought to the station on the day of the ride.

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