Interested in Volunteering?
The Duncan Valley Rural Fire District uses volunteer firefighters to respond to fires and other emergencies. Our roster is comprised of the Fire Chief, and approximately 20 volunteers.
Duncan Valley Rural Fire District firefighters protect our community from a wide variety of emergencies. Our volunteers are called upon to deliver fire suppression, emergency medical care, rescue, hazardous materials responses, participate in training activities, and public education to the citizens of Duncan, Arizona and surrounding areas. They are also called to assist with mutual aid responses to neighboring communities. They respond to many hazardous and strenuous assignments under emergency conditions. DVRFD firefighters are unpaid.
Since 2005, the Duncan Valley Rural Fire District has offered a Junior Firefighter Program to educate and prepare youth ages 15-18 to become firefighters. Learn what it takes to be a first responder in a safe, fun environment. Junior Firefighter activities may include training, fire prevention activities, parades, special events and learning what it means to be part of the fire service. Do you have what it takes?