Bees - Will the fire department remove bees? Bullhead Fire does not remove bees or hives; we will respond to an emergency situation involving bees attacking and will handle that emergency situation. Removal of bees can be handled by a pest removal company or a bee keeper. Please keep in mind bees frequently Clump or "swarm" to rest while finding a new home, and move on in a few hours or a day.
Burning Weeds or Trash - Can I burn my weeds with a torch or burn trash in my fire pit? Within the city limits it is not permissible to burn weeds or trash.
City - Isn't Bullhead City Fire Department part of the "City" ? The Bullhead City Fire Department is not a part of the City Government, we are a Fire District. Fire districts are a special taxing district, overseen by a Fire Board elected by citizens of the district. The majority of our funding is generated by property tax assessed on all real property within the district.
CPR Class - Does the fire department offer CPR classes? Bullhead Fire does do not offer any CPR classes. The following is a list of Instructors that do offer classes:
- Orlando Hartford 928-201-8114
- Maureen Welch 928-315-1843
Fire Extinguishers - Will the Fire Department service/refill my extinguisher? Bullhead Fire does not service or refill fire extinguishers, there are several companies that service the bullhead city area. Search for "Fire Extinguisher Service Bullhead City".
Fire Hazard - My neighbor has weeds/junk in yard and it's a fire hazard, where can I report it? The City of Bullhead City has a Code Enforcement division that works "to protect the health, safety, and welfare of Bullhead City residents through the enforcement of the building, nuisance, property maintenance, zoning and other applicable sections of the Bullhead City Municipal Codes." They can be reached at 928-763-0190, or you may submit a request online via their Bullhead City Direct system!
Hazardous Waste - Where can I take my Old Gas/Paint/Antifreeze? Unfortunately at this time there is no full time operation for Hazardous Waste disposal in Bullhead City (or nearby). However Mohave County does provide a twice yearly Saturday drop off for Free!, Bullhead Fire assists the county with this event every Spring and Fall (usually around May & Nov). Please check back with us, we will post the date as soon as it is scheduled. We ask that you store materials in an approved container until they can be brought down to the drop off.
Hydrant Leak - Who do I call to report a leaking or broken hydrant? The Hydrants in Bullhead City are owned and serviced by EPCOR (except those on private property). If a hydrant is broken or leaking please notify EPCOR 800-383-0834.
ISO Rating - What is the ISO rating for Bullhead City? The ISO rating for Bullhead City is 3. The Insurance Services Office (ISO), an independent company that provides statistical information on risk analyzes the relevant data and assigns a grade – a number from 1 to 10. Class 1 being the highest rating, and Class 10 indicates that the area’s fire suppression program does not meet ISO’s minimum criteria.
Pool - Will the Fire Department fill my pool? Unfortunately, this is not a service that we provide; Hydrants and Water belong to EPCOR. A meter for hydrant use can be placed by EPCOR, for rates and information please call their customer service 800-383-0834.
Records - Can I get a copy of my EMS Report/Fire Report? Yes, copies can be obtained for these reports, for more information on the types of reports and who can request them click here
Sand Bags - Where can I get sand bags? Sand Bags are provided by Mohave County and are available at Station 1 (1260 Hancock Rd.), during normal business hours. Up to 20 bags are available per resident.