Compassion • Competence • Character
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Welcome to the Green Valley Fire District

Our organization values the relationship we have with our communities and works hard to ensure we don’t violate the trust or confidence you have placed in us.

As our customer, we strive to exceed your expectations with every encounter we have.  Your input is important to our success, and we value your feedback.  My contact information is listed below.  Please let me know when we exceed your expectations, or if you have suggestions on how we can continue to improve our service delivery.

Chuck Wunder, MSL, EFO, CFO

Fire Chief

cwunder@gvfire.org

Drowning

Learn the ABCs of WATER SAFETY!

A=Adult Supervision
  • Supervise children and adults around all water. The caregiver should be sober and know how to swim.
  • Never leave your child unattended in or near a swimming pool, hot tub, spa, not even for a second.
  • Keep toys, tricycles, and other children’s play things away from the pool or spa.
  • Don’t consider your children to be “drownproof” because they have taken swimming lessons.
  • Don’t allow barriers, such as fences or walls, give you a false sense of security regarding your child’s safety.  There is No substitute for adult supervision.
B=Barriers
  • Block children from unexpectedly getting into water. Make sure drain covers meet standards.
  • Make sure your pool and/or spa has an effective barrier, such as a fence to help guard against unauthorized access.
  • Your pool or spa should have a barrier regardless of whether they are covered.
  • Door and windows leading to the pool areas should be locked.
  • Fence gates should have self-closing, self-latching mechanisms.  Latches need to be out of reach of young children.
C=Coast-Guard Approved Life Vests and Classes
  • Take classes to learn how to swim and be able to perform mouth-to-mouth CPR. Wear a life vest while learning to swim.
  • Learn how to administer CPR, mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and other lifesaving techniques.  To administer CPR correctly you must be properly trained.
  • Know how to contact your local emergency medical services.  Install a phone or keep a cordless phone in the pool or spa area.   Post the emergency number in an easy to see place.
  • Learn to swim and teach age appropriate children to swim.
Other Pool Safety Tips
  • Do not allow children to play in or around the pool area.
  • Mount life saving devices near the pool.
  • Keep tables, chairs and ladders away from pool fences.
  • Check placement of doggie doors for direct access to pool area.
  • Post your local emergency number on the phone.  Think about installing a phone near the pool area.
If you find a child in any source of water…
  1. Yell for help and pull the child out of the water.
  2. Call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number immediately!
  3. Begin CPR if you are trained.
  4. If you are not trained to administer CPR, follow the instructions from the 9-1-1 operator until help arrives.

Adult supervision is the best approach in the prevention of drowning.

 

Green Valley Fire District - Compassion, Competence and Character

The men and women of the Green Valley Fire District strive to provide the best possible service to the Greater Green Valley Community. We want to hear from you when are folks go above and beyond what you might expect.  And yes, we also want to hear from you when we don’t meet your expectations.  Our folks take pride in what they do and your comments go  a long way in saying thanks and also making us better.  Here is a recent comment received concerning one of our responses to serve.

We have had excellent support from our GV firefighters for the past three or four years. At all times they were professional, more than competent, and eager to assist in any way possible…and always with a smile. This morning A-Shift 151 came to our rescue once again. The remote on my husband’s reclined refused to function while he was in a position making it impossible for him to move. The team: Joseph O’Brien, Amy Shultz, Carl Crain and Trent Schroeder, were able to get him off the recliner to his power chair. Meanwhile, Amy was able to inspect the wiring under the chair with the assist of a teammate. She found a problem, fixed it and the remote was back to normal. This was just one more fantastic response to our call for help. We have never been disappointed when we have asked for help from the GV firefighters.
We thank you and we remember you in our prayers every single day. God bless you all!!
Alan and Diane Cairns

And comments from family members who don’t live in the area.

I just want to thank A-shift 151, Joseph, Amy, Carl and Trent. They helped my father-in-law when he couldn’t get out of his chair himself when the remote stopped working. And they also helped to fix the remote! Thankful they’re there when my mother-in-law and father-in-law have no family near them to help!
Amanda Cairns

The A-Shift 151 continued to show the excellence of care provided to my father this morning. Their commitment and community spirit should be recognized and rewarded. This team has not only helped to provide support to my father but also peace of mind to the daughter on the other side of the country. Your team was there for them when we could not be there in a time of need.
Jennifer Cairns

Thank you A-shift 151 Joseph, Amy, Carl and Trent for some time now to have been helping with my Father Alan who crippled himself being a provider for his family, for medical reasons he moved far away from his kids so it is difficult being there for both my mother and father, your actions should be held in the highest regard, and are beyond commendable. The only thing I can say is THANK YOU FOR ACTING LIKE FAMILY WHEN ALAN AND DIANE CAIRNS’S FAMILY ARE NOT THERE
Andrew Cairns

Just a quick shout out to A-shift 151, Joseph, Amy, Carl & Trent for helping my Pops out today. Our entire family appreciates your service and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
John Cairns

This isn’t the first time you’ve helped my folks out. I would like to thank you for being their guardian angels on more than one occasion. I hope one day soon I can thank you in person!!! Thank You for the extreme care you ALWAYS give my parents!
Best Regards,
Robert Cairns

Green Valley Fire District’s Station 151 – A Shift

Come Join Our Fire Corps Team

Are you looking for something fun to do while helping your fellow Green Valley neighbors stay safe in their homes? Well Fire Corps may be just what you’re looking for!

The continued growth of our wildly successful; smoke alarm and battery replacement programs, rapid entry lock-box installation, desert pest relocation, administrative support for the Fire District, and community fall prevention services have created the need to find more men and women volunteers.

Fire Corps volunteers provide non-emergency support to the Green Valley Fire District saving GVFD over $200,000 each year and have a great time doing it.

Volunteers receive extensive classroom and field training in all functions. There are positions available that will cater to your specific interests and skills. Join our outstanding cadre of friendly, community minded volunteers and help keep Green Valley safe.

To join, call the Green Valley Fire District Community Services Division at 520-625 9438. We would like to talk to you!

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If you are looking for a fun, exciting career

The Green Valley Fire District seeks to hire employees who share our desire to provide the best possible services to our residents, businesses, community, and our fellow team members.  Our work environment supports teamwork, diversity, and encourages our employees to increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities through training and development.  Please submit an Interest Form so that we can contact you when our next process opens.   Thank You for considering a career with the Green Valley Fire District.

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