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Rio Rico Medical & Fire District

Fire Board

Bill Padilla

Dr. Frank Bejarano, Clerk of the Board

Brad Beach

Dean Davis, Board Chair

Appointment Vohland2

 Michael Vohland

The Rio Rico Fire District (dba as Rio Rico Medical and Fire District/RRMFD)  is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona, legally established in 1976 as  the Rio Rico Volunteer Fire Department.  The department then became a fire district in 1985 with a defined service area and tax  base.  RRFD  is established under ARS§ 48-261. 

Since that time the fire district has grown to three fire stations. including an administration building, and  50 employees.

The RRMFD is governed by a five-member elected board since 2010.  The board is elected to provide financial oversight and guide the policy of the district.  RRMFD has been fortunate to have a very  diverse and vested Fire Board, including years of experience in community improvement and public participation.  RRMFD would like to extend our appreciation to our board for their dedication and commitment to our community.

Rio Rico Medical & Fire Organizational Chart

RRFD Org Chart 5 person board

RRMFD currently has an open board member position.  If you're interested in becoming part of the fire board, please contact Marcela Ceballos at 520-761-0110 or via email mceballos@rioricofire.org to inquire about the position and its requirements.

Rio Rico Medical & Fire District

Operating out of three stations and an administrative office, Rio Rico Fire District (RRFD) provides fire protection, emergency medical services, rescue, public education and fire prevention to all its residents; as well as most interfacility transports out of Santa Cruz County.

Daily staffing of 11 personnel, the district responds to approximately 2,500 calls per year, including EMS, fire, rescue and prescheduled convalescent/interfacility transports.

Our Mission

"To provide our community proactive all-hazards response, fire prevention and emergency medical services with compassion, competence, character and fiscal responsibility"