Residential Lockbox Ordering
Golder Ranch Fire District residents can purchase a residential lockbox for $65 at the Golder Ranch Fire District Administraive Office located at 3885 E. Golder Ranch Drive, Tucson, AZ 85739. Once purchased, the resident needs to install the secure box directly outside of their front door in plain site for first responders, which will hold a copy of their home key. Once the box is installed the resident can call the administrative office so a volunteer or firefighter can securely lock the spare key in the box. The box remains securely locked until fire department personnel access it with their master key in the event of an emergency.
Locked doors and secured entry points can delay emergency response. Enable first responders’ rapid access by installing a residential lockbox that houses entry keys and access cards. Built rugged to resist physical attack, vandalism, and extreme weather conditions.
In light of the rising numbers in positive COVID-19 cases, we have closed our administration offices to the public. Please call 825-9001, then press “0” for the receptionist to set up an appointment time to purchase a lockbox. The lockbox application form can be filled out and printed before your scheduled appointment time by clicking the link below.
Commercial Knox Box Ordering – NOT FOR RESIDENTIAL USE
Locked doors and secured entry points can delay emergency response. Enable first responder rapid access by installing a secure UL listed KnoxBox that houses entry keys and access cards. Built Knox-Rugged to resist physical attack, vandalism, and extreme weather conditions.
At a minimum, a 3200 series, surface mounted, standard size box shall be ordered and installed on building for securing access keys as needed. You may order a recessed style box, or a larger sized box if you like, based on your individual needs. Please contact your Inspector for mounting location requirements prior to installing your Knox Box.
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