Rural Metro Fire Department has been providing fire and emergency medical services to Oro Valley residents since 2002.

Rural Metro operates on an individual basis with most residents of Oro Valley. This means fire protection and emergency medical services are not paid for through taxes and residents are responsible for establishing fire service directly with Rural Metro Fire.

Area residents living in a Fire District do not need to set up an individual account.

In the Oro Valley area, Rural Metro has two primary responding fire stations, bringing the total in Pima County to 12. There are ten firefighters on duty at all times.

Rural Metro Fire and Golder Ranch Fire announce a partnership to provide the residents of Oro Valley with the highest levels of service. Click here to read the highlights of the Oro Valley Agreement.


Station 76, 77 &

490 W. Magee Rd. Established 1985
Engine 76, Engine 77, Ladder 77, Brush 76
Rescue 76

Community Events in Oro Valley


From Pancake Breakfasts, School Mini-Musters, to neighborhood meetings, we're an active part of your community. Click here to learn about Rural/Metro's involvement in your area.