Community Outreach & Services
Crisis Response members are professionally trained volunteers, dedicated to providing quality on-scene crisis assistance and support services to people in Surprise and the Northwest Valley.
Find FAQs and information for the Car Seat Program by Surprise Fire Medical Department
Surprise Fire-Medical partners with the community and other agencies to provide safety education and programs to promote safety and prevention in our community.
Learn about the residential lock box program and how to have a lock box installed at your home.
Citizen observers can schedule ride alongs.
Learn how your group can tour a City of Surprise fire station.
Screenings are available at select fire stations. View this page to learn more.
The misuse and addiction to prescription pain killers, heroin and synthetic opioids has become a national crisis. This site is designed to help you or someone you love to get the help they need, before it’s too late.
The Functional Needs Database Information Form is a voluntary registry for Surprise residents to assist public safety personnel in identifying persons with disabilities or functional needs during disasters.
The Vial of Life resource provides life-saving information to first responders, such as medical conditions and medications, in situations where you cannot.