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.
On Monday, members from United Phoenix Firefighters Local 493 (including their new recruit class) came and assisted with some up keep on the Granite Mountain Hotshot Memorial/ Gravesite. We would like to thank them for their continued help and support. ... See MoreSee Less
Still time to sign up for our Annual Burn Camp Open. This tournament supports Camp Courage, Arizona's burn camp for children.Come join us for The Burn camp open Saturday June 15th at Antelope Hills golf course! Register your team or individually before June 11th at Prescottffcharities.org ⛳
#firefamily #prescottfirefighters #prescott #supportfirefighters #wildlandfirefighters #golfday #burncampopen #campcourage #burncamp ... See MoreSee Less
Strong work Firefighter Gaiser.We were honored tonight for Phoenix Firefighter Greg Gaiser to be named the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona 2019 firefighter of the year for his rescue of a small child in a South Phoenix house fire. Congratulations Greg, thank you for representing our organization so well. ... See MoreSee Less
The United Yavapai Firefighters Local 3066 leadership attended the 53rd annual Professional Firefighters of Arizona Convention over the last two days down in Tucson. The convention offers leadership classes covering different issues, legislative work, and many other topics. Tonight, at the awards banquet our very own retired Mayer Firefighter Steve Quintero was awarded for his service as a Chapter President. Steve gave 34 years to the fire service and was a great leader for Mayer during some turbulent times. Thank you for your service Steve! Enjoy retirement. ... See MoreSee Less
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Phoenix firefighter Brian Beck Jr.,who lost his battle with cancer this week.💔
Beck Jr.'s cancer is considered job-related under House Bill 2161, which was signed by Gov. Doug Ducey in 2017.
Beck Jr. leaves behind his wife and three young children, the United Phoenix Firefighters posted.
Beck Jr. will be memorialized by the Phoenix Fire Department as a line-of-duty death, according to the United Phoenix Firefighters.
@phoenixfiredepartment ... See MoreSee Less