Lloyd Golder put a hand on his heart whenever he drove by Golder Ranch Fire District offices, his wife said.
Lloyd W. Golder III - a longtime rancher and real estate developer who is well-known for helping form the Golder Ranch Fire District - died Saturday at age 87.
Fire chiefs from two fire departments made their cases to about 200 Foothills residents Wednesday about why their service is best.
Foothills residents are invited to attend a moderated discussion tonight on the pros and cons of annexation into the Golder Ranch Fire District.
A man in a hang glider who crashed in rugged terrain on the west side of the Catalina Mountains Sunday afternoon has recreationists as well as first responders to thank for his rescue.
Firefighters rescued two teen hikers stranded in Catalina State Park on Wednesday.
The Golder Ranch Fire District, which serves mainly Oro Valley and the southern portion of Pinal County, is attempting to take over a large area of the Catalina Foothills by leaping over the Coronado National Forest.
Annexations tend to bring out strong feelings that deserve to be heard and many questions that deserve to be answered. They also provide the opportunity for inaccurate information to cloud the issue at hand, which is that the residents of the Catalina Foothills deserve a better response to f…
Serving about 114,000 residents, Northwest Fire District is the
largest of the northwest side's fire districts.
Golder Ranch Fire District's attempt to annex La Cholla Airpark
and properties in the surrounding area have been met with
Operations are a go at Oro Valley's new fire station.
Ron Hall with Lang Wyatt Construction does some work near one of the three bays at the new Golder Ranch Fire District station 377 in Oro Valley. Construction on the $2 million fire station started in July 2009. The station opened Wednesday.
The new Golder Ranch Fire District station 377 will hold an open house Sept. 25. Golder Ranch had previously leased a patio home to serve as a temporary station.
A skylight brings natural light to the dining area of the station. The district is working toward a silver-level certification based on the LEED green-building rating system.