Chandler Fire Department

The City of Chandler, Arizona, Fire Department is a progressive, internationally accredited organization with an ISO Class 1 rating and a distinguished history of service to the community. Chandler Fire started out as a volunteer organization and is now an all career department. City charter authorizes the Department to mitigate all hazards, including fire suppression, emergency medical services (EMS), hazardous materials response, technical rescue, and crisis intervention. In support of those functions, the Fire Department staffs a fire prevention bureau, EMS and training divisions, mechanical maintenance facility, community preparedness office, and Department administration.

 

Annual Holiday Toy Drive

Chandler Firefighters hold toys in front of a firetruck.

The Chandler Fire Department will be holding its annual toy drive from 2-8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5 in the parking lot west of the south-facing entry point of Chandler Fashion Center.

Any donation of new, unwrapped toys or gift cards (no stuffed animals) will be provided admission into Santa’s Enchanted Fire Village, where guests can see decorated fire vehicles. All donations will be distributed to Chandler children in need.

In addition, toys can be dropped off from Nov. 9 through Dec. 11 at any of Chandler’s fire stations and the Fire Administration Headquarters (HQ) located at 151 E. Boston St. Gift cards will only be accepted at HQ.

For a contactless method, items may be shipped to HQ or purchased via Amazon Wishlist.