Tag: Green Valley Fire District

Lockboxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency, such as a fire, a medical trauma, an accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your home. The…

Lockboxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency such as a fire, a medical trauma, an accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your home. The…

Lockboxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency such as a fire, a medical trauma, an accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your home. The…

Snake Safety

Melani Caron If you see a snake, do not attempt to remove it yourself! Stay a safe distance from the snake, but keep an eye on its location to assist Green Valley Fire District. Call the Fire Corps at 520-629-9200 to have a snake removed.

Lock Boxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

Daryl Laux The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency such as a fire, a medical trauma, an accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your…

Lock Boxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

Daryl Laux, Webmaster The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency such as fire, medical trauma, accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your home. The…

CERT training schedule for the month of March

Peggy McGee Quail Creek residents Kathe Alves, Bob Granger, John McGee and Ray Trombino will be among the instructors for the upcoming Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Basic Training course. This free course will prepare the graduates to help their families and neighbors in time of a natural or man-made disaster. A train derailment could…

Quail Creek plays Santa

Just some of the toys residents contributed helped make a more joyous holiday for local needy children; photo by Peggy McGee

It took a phone call from J. R. Brannon, New Homes Sales Manager, to the Green Valley Fire Department to set the wheels in motion to enable residents to play Santa. On December 3, a simple message Holiday Toy Collection boxes are once again in the Sales Office appeared in What’s Happening and the toys started…