Golder Ranch Fire Stations

Station 370

Located on Golder Ranch Drive, just east of Oracle, the Catalina Fire Station moved from its previous location on Hawser street in 2006 and is part of the campus where GRFD’s administration, fleet maintenance, and training buildings are located. The station houses an advanced life support engine and ambulance. Station 370 is headquarters for the north battalion chief. The District’s wildland team responds from this station as well. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to a primary response area along Oracle from Innovation Park to SaddleBrooke Boulevard.

Catalina Station
3885 East Golder Ranch Drive
Tucson, AZ 85739

Station 372

Located in SaddleBrooke Preserve, Station 372 went operational in 2008. Since that time it has undergone several staffing and equipment changes in an effort to find what best meets the needs of the residents. The station houses an advanced life support engine. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response areas including the SaddleBrooke Community and State Highways 77 and 79.

Saddlebrooke Preserve Station
65462 Catalina Hills Drive
Tucson, AZ 85739

Station 373

Located in the heart of the SaddleBrooke community, fire station 373 was established in 1990. Following an electrical fire that started in the apparatus bay in 2009, Station 373 was remodeled and opened again in 2010. The station houses an advanced life support engine and ambulance. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response areas including the SaddleBrooke Community and State Highways 77 and 79.

Saddlebrooke Station
63725 East SaddleBrooke Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85739

Station 374

Located at Rancho Vistoso and Sun City Boulevards, fire station 374 was established in 1991. Station 374 was remodeled in 2010 to bring the building up to current standards. The station houses an advanced life support engine and ambulance. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response areas including the Sun City Community, along Rancho Vistoso Boulevard from Oracle to the Splendido Community.

Sun City Station
1130 East Rancho Vistoso Boulevard
Oro Valley, AZ 85755

Station 375

Located at Rancho Vistoso and Woodburne Boulevards, Fire Station 375 was established in 2001. Station 375 houses one of two ladder truck companies and an ambulance. Each of the apparatus is staffed at the advanced life support level of care. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response areas including the Rancho Vistoso Community, from the Catalina State Park to Tangerine and La Canada.

Rancho Vistoso Station
12125 North Woodburne Avenue
Oro Valley, AZ 85755

Station 376

Located at Lambert Lane and La Canada, fire station 376 is tucked away behind a Walgreens within a small commercial corridor and was established in 2006. Station 376 houses an advance life support engine and a basic life support (BLS) ambulance. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response area south from Tangerine to the CDO wash and east from Oracle to Shannon.

Lambert and La Cañada Station
10475 North La Cañada Drive
Oro Valley, AZ 85737

Station 377

Located at Oracle and Linda Vista, fire station 377 was established in 2009. Station 377 was recognized in 2011 with the Silver Certification from LEED, the first commercial structure to achieve this ranking in the Town of Oro Valley. In addition to housing an advanced life support fire engine and ambulance, it also has a community use room. Fire station 377 serves as the District’s Special operations station. In addition to the advanced life support engine and ambulance companies, this station houses our hazardous materials and technical rescue teams as well as the on-duty EMS captain. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response area on Oracle from Pusch Ridge south to Hardy, and from the Catalina Mountains east to La Canada.

Oracle and Linda Vista Station
355 East Linda Vista Boulevard
Oro Valley, AZ 85704

Station 378

Located in SaddleBrooke Ranch, fire station 378 that houses an advanced life support engine went operational in 2009 as a temporary station. Built by the Robson community, and leased as a temporary station to GRFD it stands ready to go as the SaddleBrooke Ranch Community continues to grow. There are future plans to build a permanent fire station to accommodate the growth in the area.

Saddlebrooke Ranch Station
60891 East Arroyo Vista Drive
Oracle, AZ 85623

Station 379

Located on Shannon road just north of Overton, the grand opening for station 379 was held on January 8th, 2011. It was formerly part of Mountain Vista Fire District until the consolidation with Golder Ranch Fire District in July of 2017. That station houses an advanced life support engine and reserve ambulance. It is headquarters for the community paramedic. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response area between Shannon Road and Thornydale, corridors in Pima County and an eastern portion of Marana.

Shannon and Overton Station
9310 North Shannon Road
Tucson, AZ 85742

Station 380

Located on Magee Road just west of Oracle Road, Ssation 380 was open in 2010. It was formerly part of Mountain Vista Fire   District until the consolidation with Golder Ranch Fire District in July of 2017. That station houses an advanced life support (ALS) ladder and ALS engine. Station 380 is headquarters for the south battalion chief. The crews at this station stand ready to respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to primary response area between Oracle and La Cañada south to Ina Road.

Magee Station
1175 West Magee Road
Tucson, AZ 85704