The Daisy Mountain Fire and Medical District was formed in 1989 by a group of concerned citizens that strived to bring emergency services to our community. The District is funded primarily by property taxes regulated by Maricopa County and managed by community elected Fire Board representatives. Throughout the years, Daisy Mountain has grown into an organization that covers 200 square miles and provides services to the communities of New River, Desert Hills, Anthem and Black Canyon City with over 100 professional firefighters and EMS personnel. Services include:
Structural Fire Protection.
Emergency Medical / Paramedic Response.
Ambulance Transport (Regulated by the Arizona Department of Health Services and covered by most health insurance companies).
Brush Fire Protection.
Hazardous Materials & Technical Rescue Response.
Automatic Aid Response. This is a partnership with 28 other Valley agencies, combining resources and training to optimize service to the community.
And so much more....
Unincorporated county areas within our Fire District that are not currently part of the district may be subject to service fees associated with the type of emergencies encountered. On March 26th, 2018, the elected Fire Board of the Daisy Mountain Fire and Medical District voted in favor of Resolution 360. This is a service fee structure, for customers not currently a part of the Fire District. To avoid these fees along with homeowners insurance challenges and high premiums, we would like to give the opportunity for property owners to annex into the Fire District.
DISTRICT TAX INFORMATION
Fire District Taxes are assessed and collected by the county as part of your property tax.
Your property assessment and tax information can be found at
How do I calculate my estimated Annual Fire District Tax?
Unsure if your property is annexed within the Daisy Mountain Fire District? Below you can find a map of parcels currently not subscribed to service by Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical.
Carefree Highway South Annexation Process
The Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical Fire Board met on Monday October 28th, 2019 to review and approve the boundary change impact statement regarding the annexation of the residential area South of Carefree Highway between Central and 7th Avenue. With this approval, the fire department will be hosting meetings to discuss annexation with home owners of the area affected. Please check back for upcoming information and meeting announcements. If you would like more information or to schedule a neighborhood informational meeting, please contact our administration at 623-465-7400 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To review a copy of the area Impact Statement, please click here.