High Country Fire~Rescue (HCFR) is a private, non-profit volunteer fire and rescue company providing services to the entire community north of the historic “Route 66″ town of Williams, Arizona. Our range of coverage is along Sate Highway 64, from mile marker 188 (southern boundary) to 219 (northern boundary), which includes private properties up to ten (10) miles on either side of the highway.
High Country Fire~Rescue provides all emergency services, including fire and medical, as well as community educational programs, for the residents within our response area. Additionally, we provide mutual aid to neighboring fire departments, and state and federal land agencies bordering our response area. In times of need, HCFR also relies upon this mutual aid to assist our department when responding to major vehicular accidents and structural fires.
Incorporation and Tax-exempt Department
High Country Fire-Rescue is a registered non-profit corporation in “good standing” in the State of Arizona. Our department was incorporated and federally recognized as a “tax exempt” public charitable organization as of July 9, 2008.
Community Out-reach Program via the Web
As part of our safety education out-reach program for our rural residents, we’ve uploaded a number of documents covering wildfire preparation, evacuation plans, dealing with bees, and much more. Please feel free to view any of these documents at our document center on Scribd: http.www.scribd.com/HCFR/shelf
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