Camp Navajo Fire Department is a 15-member department with 9 emergency response apparatus. The department covers 28,473 acres (44.9 square miles) of heavily forested land. Since 2012, CNFD has averaged 493 requests for service per year. Our department works closely with our surrounding community through Automatic Aid with Ponderosa Fire District, the Arizona Mutual Aid Compact (AZMAC), the Cooperative Greater Flagstaff Area Fire Agencies All Risk Emergency Mutual Aid Intergovernmental Agreement, The Ponderosa Fire Advisory Council (PFAC), the Western Fire Advisory Board (WFAB), and the Arizona Division of Forestry and Fire Management. CNFD also provides emergency and non emergency services to the National Weather Service, Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, and Arizona Department of Veterans Service.
Camp Navajo Fire Department
As first responders we are committed to providing the highest level of fire and emergency services for Camp Navajo Army Depot and our surrounding community. The Mission of the Camp Navajo Fire Department is to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fire, medical emergencies and other manmade or natural disasters through prevention, education, fire suppression, emergency medical service and emergency preparedness. This will be accomplished in the most cost-effective manner with maximum utilization of available resources, never sacrificing the safety of our members or our customers.
Pledge of the Camp Navajo Fire Department:
We owe the soldiers and civilians of Camp Navajo and the surrounding community the highest quality of service possible, characterized by responsiveness, integrity, and professionalism. We will continually strive for quality improvement.
To Fire Department:
We owe the Camp Navajo Fire Department our full commitment and dedication. We will always look beyond the traditional scope of our individual positions to promote teamwork and organizational effectiveness.
To Each Other:
We owe each other a working environment characterized by trust and respect for the individual, fostering open and honest communication at all levels.
We owe ourselves personal and professional growth. We will seek new knowledge and greater challenges and strive to remain at the leading edge of our profession.
|Deputy Chief||Anthony Brutto||928-773-3215|
|A Shift Acting Captain||Jack Pastor||928-773-3290|
|B Shift Captain||Thomas Mitchell||928-773-3290|
|C Shift Captain||Christian Davis||928-773-3290|
|CNFD EMERGENCY NUMBER||928-773-3298|