Grants & Donations

Countyline Fire Department has received grants from the 100 club of AZ for 5 sets of turnouts, the Yuma Regional Medical Center Auxillary for a cardiac monitor/defibrillator/AED and hydraulic extrication equipment (Jaws of Life); and the Happy Valley Fire District in Carlsbad, NM sold Countyline Fire Department a mini pumper truck for one dollar.

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2019 Goals

  1. Complete the property acquisition for our fire station.
  2. Build a truck bay for our vehicles.
  3. Build a fire station facility on the newly acquired property.
  4. Raise $30,000.00 for employee wages for a dedicated paramedic/fire fighter (24/7/365 days a year).

Countyline Fire Department is currently working with the Sentinel Elementary School District to obtain an unused 3.8 acre parcel in which to construct a fire station. The location of this property would place an additional fire station in the center of the response area, and would provide rapid access to the Interstate, which is a major source of incidents in the area. The fire department is seeking other sources of income available which would allow it to continue to provide a high level of service to its residents, visitors and travelers passing through the area.

Donations Received

Kaizen Collision Center

Kaizen Collision Center donated a complete paint and restoration service for our command vehicle (1999 Dodge 1500 Truck). (Photos)


Sentinel Elementary School District

The Sentinel School board makes an annual donation of $1,200.00 to the fire department.

100 Club

The 100 Club awarded the department a $7,000.00 grant for personal protection equipment.


GKJ Farms of Hyder, AZ

GKJ Farms graciously donated the use of a doublewide mobile home located on its property for a fire station. In addition, they do not charge us for electricity.

Rural/Metro Fire Department

Rural/Metro Fire Department from western Yuma County donated a fire engine that needed a motor replacement.  Chief Novak was able to purchase a fire engine with a similar motor, that has a non repairable fire pump. The good motor will be installed in the donated fire engine. Once the repairs are completed the donated truck will be ready to go into service.