Mormon Lake Fire District
Mission Statement 
Provide quality emergency services and promote community risk reduction to the Mormon Lake Fire District

Our Family Helping Your Family

MLFD Fire Board Meeting Dates, Agendas, and Approved Minutes

Regular meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM at the Mormon Lake Fire Station
1067 Mormon Lake Rd. 
Mormon Lake, AZ 86038
Unless otherwise noted below 
These days/times will continue from year to year until the Fire Board makes a change or requires a special meeting.
You may either Call or Email your Records Request to - 
Phone: (928) 354-2231  or 
                             Please call to schedule a time for pickup.
Recordings of all Public Meetings are available 72 business (working) hours following a meeting.

Fire Board 
Meeting Dates

 Agendas and 
 Approved Minutes                 

February 09, 2021 Regular Meeting

January 12, 2021 Regular Meeting

December 08.2020 Regular Meeting

November 24, 2020 Special Meeting

November 10, 2020 Regular Meeting

October 13, 2020 Regular Meeting

September 8, 2020 Regular Meeting

August 11, 2020 Regular Meeting

August 8th Quorum Notice


July 4, 2020 Quorum Notice

June 09, 2020 Regular Meeting

May 19, 2020 Special Meeting

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

Agenda  Minutes

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

Agenda  Minutes  Financials

May 12, 2020 Regular Meeting

April 14, 2020 Regular Meeting  Online Meeting - not in person at station

March 10, 2020 Regular Meeting

February 11, 2020 Regular Meeting

January 14, 2020 Regular Meeting

Public notices of Fire Board Meetings for the Mormon Lake Fire District are posted at the Fire Department, located at 1067 Mormon Lake Road, Mormon Lake, Arizona and at the Mormon Lake Post office located at 1971 Mormon Lake Road, Mormon Lake, Arizona. Public meeting notices are also posted on the Mormon Lake Fire District website. Please be advised that only the (physical locations listed above) may be relied on for official postings under the Arizona Open Meeting Law. A technological problem or failure that either prevents the posting of public notices on a website or that temporarily or permanently prevents the use of all or part of the website does not preclude the holding of the meeting for which the notice was posted, if the public body complies with all other public notice requirements.