Golder Ranch Fire District

Golder Ranch Fire District

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About Us

The Golder Ranch Fire District provides fire / rescue, emergency and ambulance services to more than 120,000 residents in the communities of Oro Valley, Catalina, SaddleBrooke and southern Pinal County.

The district spans 241 square miles. It has 10 stations, stretching from Magee near La Canada to the south, all the way north to SaddleBrooke Ranch, with headquarters at Golder Ranch Road in Catalina.

Golder Ranch serves as fire marshal for the Town of Oro Valley. Call Golder Ranch for home and building requirements, as well as help with smoke alarms, pesky rattlesnakes, high light bulbs ... whatever needs you have. For 41 years, Golder Ranch has been serving with strong hands and caring hearts.

Golder Ranch is governed by a 5-member, non-partisan board elected at large by the voters of the district. It holds public meetings the second Tuesday of every month at the Fire District Administration Office.

Our mission:
With integrity, Golder Ranch Fire District provides responsive and caring fire and life safety services that meet the emerging needs of our community through teamwork, dedication, and professionalism.

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Rep/Contact Info

Jenn Akins
Fire Marshal
Grant Cesarek
Deputy Chief of Health & Life Safety Services
  • Phone: (520) 825-9001
Randy Karrer
Chief
Fred Pearce
Deputy Chief of Fire & Emergency Services
  • Phone: (520) 825-9001