Offices and Stations

 Use the links below for information regarding Arizona Fire & Medical Authority facilities, apparatus, fire station staffing and locations.


18818 N. Spanish Garden Drive
Sun City West, Arizona 85375 (Map Link)
Business Phone:  (623) 544-5400
Office Hours:  Monday - Thursday, 7:00AM - 5:00PM (closed Holidays)

6213 S. Miller Road, Suite 112
Buckeye, Arizona 85326 (Map Link)
Business Phone: (623) 386-5906
Office Hours:  Monday - Thursday, 7:00AM - 5:00PM (closed Holidays)

25020 S. Alma School Road
Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248 (Map Link)
Business Phone: (623) 544-5400
Office Hours:  Tuesday - Thursday, 8:00AM - 2:00PM (closed Holidays)


 Fire Station 101

19001 N. Camino Del Sol
Sun City West, Arizona 85375 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 102

20622 N. Stardust Blvd.
Sun City West, Arizona 85375 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 103

13431 W. Deer Valley Dr.

Sun City West, Arizona 85375 (Map Link)


 Fire Station 104

24930 N. 119th Avenue
Sun City, Arizona 85373 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 106

20303 W. Patton Road
Wittmann, Arizona 85361 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 231

25455 S. Sun Lakes Blvd.
Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 232

25020 S. Alma School Rd.
Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 321

4715 N. 189th Ave.

Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 (Map Link)




 Fire Station 324

25206 W. MC85

Buckeye, AZ 85326 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 326

19937 W. Arlington Rd.

Buckeye, AZ 85326 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 328

29938 W. Taylor St.

Buckeye, AZ 85396 (Map Link)



 Fire Station 341

36511 W. Salome Highway
Tonopah, AZ 85354 (Map Link)


 Future Satellite Training Facility

24930 N 119th Avenue
Sun City, Arizona 85373 (Map Link)

Training is a critical function for any modern fire department to stay current on best practices and innovative technology and to ensure the safety of the personnel. Training is necessary in all areas of the Arizona Fire & Medical Authority: Administration, Fire Operations, Emergency Medical Service (EMS), and Community Risk Management including the Authority’s Fire Corps and Community Assistance Program volunteers. As the profession of firefighting and providing Emergency Medical Service becomes more complex and diversified; the knowledge required, as well as the government regulations and professional standards that must be met, lead to increases in the overall training needs for the Authority.

The Authority currently conducts much of its hands-on training either at facilities that are located at a considerable distance from the Authority response areas or attempts to find local sites within the Authority which are large enough and appropriate to conduct various types of necessary training such as Minimum Company Standards (MCS) Training, Recruit Training, Engineer’s Training, Command Training, Drivers Training, Ladder Training, and Specialty Training (i.e., hazardous materials, confined space). This hands-on training is necessary to maintain proficiency in training requirements and to enhance personnel safety.

The distant sites continue to be increasingly problematic due to staffing requirements and the increasing call volume within the Authority. Having crews out of the Authority for long periods of time can result in negative impacts on emergency services response times. The cost factor involved in traveling to and from these sites as well as any costs incurred for the site utilization is also considerable. Although there are no costs involved in utilizing local private property sites, appropriate locations are becoming increasingly rare and community support for utilizing those sites has dwindled due to the increased amount of training residue which is impossible to control or eliminate. Local sites can also constitute a safety concern for residents and property owners as well as personnel due to traffic issues, etc. Isolated sites have proven to be a safer option. An isolated site is also necessary for some portions of valuable training such as live burns which involve training personnel in how to perform firefighting duties in a “real life” situation.

Therefore, a designated satellite training facility would present a reasonable alternative to allow the Fire & Medical Authority to continue this required training. Additional benefits of the training facility would be the opportunity to educate Citizen’s Academy participants and Fire Corps/CAP members, and the media by allowing them to observe and/or participate in training being conducted at the site.

In 2007, a grant for $20,000 was received from the Greater Arizona Development Authority (GADA) to create a Strategic Business Plan regarding the feasibility of developing a satellite training facility which was completed in 2008.

The process for acquisition of the land for the training site, the development of the site, and the financing possibilities (partnerships, grants, etc.) was researched in the Strategic Business Plan which also included various proposals for funding of the project.

The benefit of a training site to the Fire & Medical Authority both financially and logistically could be significant. It would result in potential savings in travel time, expenses, and personnel costs. Additionally, the site could possibly be used as a potential revenue source by partnering with other neighboring agencies who might wish to utilize the facility on a “cost for usage” basis.

It is expected that the Authority Satellite Training Center would be located behind the Fire Station 104 facility on a roughly eight acre parcel of land. 

Initial Design Conceptual:
Initial 3 Phase - 2 Site Scheme Fire Station / Training Site Preliminary Design Conceptual

Design/Construction Administration Consultant:
To be determined

To be determined

To be determined

Current Project Status:
The Authority continues to explore its options regarding this project. However, the time-frame for the Training Center project has not currently been decided. For more information, please contact Division Chief Brad Puckett at (623) 544-5400.

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18818 N. Spanish Garden Drive, Sun City West, Arizona 85375