Summit Fire District
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The Coconino County Fire Ban has now been lifted.  The burn
times are currently 9:00am to 4:00pm.  You must have a burn
permit on file with us.  Please contact the station when you are
ready to burn.  Be wise and safe.
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Battalion Chief Eric Lobstein Retires
July 14th, 2014
Battalion Chief Eric Lobstein retires today after 20 years of
public service.  Eric has been one of the most passionate,
diligent and hardworking employees we have ever had.  Eric
moved up through the ranks over the years to finish his
career as a battalion chief.  His tenure at Summit Fire will
always be remembered by his commitment to excellence and
his outstanding service.  So much of any success the Summit
Fire District has had can be attributed to Eric’s pursuit to
make the Summit Fire District the very best it could be.  We
wish Eric all of the best as he pursues other paths and we
know that whatever Eric does, he will be one of the best.  
Thank you for your years of service to our community
Battalion Chief Lobstein.  They say one of the measurements
of achievement is if you left it better than how you found it.  
We can all say that we are a much better organization
because of you.  You represent the motto, Esse Quam Videri;
“to be, rather than to seem (to be).”  All the best to you and
your family as you pursue new paths.  – Chief Howard
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE – Summit Fire Board is holding their Regular Board
Meeting, Tuesday, July 15 at Station 37 (5500 N Fort Valley Road) starting at 3:00 pm.
To view the agenda, click
here.