The Williamson Valley-Bagdad Fire District
The Williamson Valley Fire District (WVFD) was established in 1986 as a volunteer fire department by the residents of Hootenanny Holler who saw a need for fire protection in the northern Williamson Valley Area. With the continued growth of the area, the volunteer department was transformed into a paid (combination) fire district in 2000, which included the addition of a paid fire chief, six full-time firefighters and a dedicated staff of volunteer firefighters.
In 2013, the WVFD merged with Bagdad Fire & Rescue and became the Williamson Valley-Bagdad Fire District. The new WVBFD encompasses more than 300 square miles of fire and ambulance district, and is staffed by 19 full-time firefighters and more than 50 reserve firefighters.
What We Do
Our personnel perform fire suppression and advanced emergency medical services (paramedic) and are trained in technical rescue, hazardous materials, wildland firefighting, fire prevention, public education activities and more. If you have any questions about our operations, please call us at 928-717-2304, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by one of our stations:
- Station 91 – 15450 N. Williamson Valley Road, Prescott, AZ 86305
- Station 95 – 501 N. Lindahl, Bagdad, AZ 86321