Public Education And Training
Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical is passionate for teaching our community how they can be more safety conscious and ready to act when an emergency arises in your home or community. We want to equip you to help us make a difference in our community.DMFM offers classes for CCC/CPR training and certification as well as First Aid training and certification. Classes are offered multiple times throughout the year, please check our Public Training webpage for dates and further details.
DMFM Citizen Corps
Operating as a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) since 2004, the group was created to train, and incorporate volunteers to assist Department personnel should a disaster occur.
In 2009, Fire Corps was formed to assist the Department with non-operational needs utilizing volunteers.
Today, both CERT and Fire Corps operate under the umbrella of Citizen Corps, managed by the Daisy Mountain Fire Department and share the Department's mission statement and espouse a parallel vision statement.
Public Event Display
Request to have us at your next public event.
Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical regularly receives requests to appear at events and public functions. As we try to accommodate all requests please understand that emergency services are our first priority.
To request an appearance by The Daisy Mountain Fire District please click the button below to be fill out an online request form or download the Public Request form.
Our Charity is comprised of compassionate employees, family and friends of Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical who donate their time and money to help others who are in need due to a sudden illness or tragedy. Daisy Mountain Firefighters Charities Association is an employee funded charitable organization with our own 501© (3) status with the Federal Government.
All donations aid people suffering from an illness or death. Many times they are stricken with a life changing event which negatively impacts their entire family.
DMFM Honor Guard
The DMFM Honor Guard was established in May, 2010. It is made up of 12 sworn members who, on a volunteer basis, demonstrate their commitment to the Fire Service and their Community by participating in Memorials and Special Events, both locally and at the National level. The mission of the Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical Honor Guard is to honor fallen firefighters, their families and departments, and DMFM members, past and present. The DMFM Honor Guard is also dedicated to supporting our community by taking an active role in civic functions and special events.
Since its inception, the DMFM Honor Guard has taken a proactive approach to Honoring Valley and National Firefighters along with Community support and involvement.
To contact the DMFM Honor Guard:
DMFM Honor Guard Commander