Welcome to United Yavapai Firefighters IAFF Local 3066
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS
UYFF Mission Statement
The United Yavapai Firefighters through a strong commitment to the Labor-Management Process will strive to safeguard and improve the safety and welfare of all members and improve our community and departments through positive interaction with our citizens, elected officials and administrators.
Congratulations to our new members. These 6 recruits were recently hired with Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority and just completed a 9 week grueling academy. They have all made the decision to be a part of the IAFF Local 3066, joining our CAFMA Chapter. We wish you all a happy, safe, successful career. ... See MoreSee Less
Come join us for the annual Firefighter Angel Foundation Annual Pancake Breakfast! A family event where you can enjoy breakfast at the fire house with other members of the community. Breakfast will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude at noon at each of the locations listed below. There will be shirts, auction items, kid activities, information about the Firefighter Angel Foundation and of course visiting with first responders.
All proceeds benefit The Firefighter Angel program.
Thank you for your support!
Central AZ Regional Training Center 9601 E Valley Road Prescott Valley
CAFMA Staion 61 1133 W. Road 3 North Chino Valley
Prescott Fire Station 71 333 White Spar Rd. Prescott
Our thoughts and prayers are with Nikki's family, our brothers and sisters of Mesa Fire and Medical Department and the members of IAFF LOCAL 2260 United Mesa Fire Fighters. Unfortunately, cancer has become the leading cause of death for firefighters. Though we have made great strides in policies and procedures to protect ourselves, there is still an inherent risk that comes with the tasks of the job. Rest Easy Sister Nikki Sullivan.Today our hearts are with the Mesa Fire Department. Another beloved sister has been taken from us far too soon by an occupational cancer. Firefighter Nikki Sullivan has passed at just 45 years old. Rest easy Nikki, you will be greatly missed. ... See MoreSee Less
On Friday March 22nd member from the Prescott Fire Department, Prescott Police Department, Air Methods/Native 4, and Lifeline Ambulance partnered together to provide a field day for the Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) academy.
The cooperative effort was part of the Leadership Education Days arranged by members of the current class that focused on how the first response system works. The students had the opportunity to observe a response to a simulated serious motor vehicle accident involving an impaired driver. Fire, police, air ambulance, and ground ambulance members worked as a team to extricate the three patients for care and treatment while the vehicle operator was assessed for impaired driving. One patient was flown out and then returned to the drill site and another was loaded into the awaiting ambulance and transported. The PAL members then had the chance to interact with the first responders to gain a better understanding of their role in the community.
PAL has been in existence for some 29 years providing leadership development opportunities for many individuals across the quad-city area. ... See MoreSee Less