About Us

Eloy Fire District was formed on the 19th day of August in 1946, prior to the City of Eloy being incorporated. Currently the Eloy Fire District serves over 10,300 residents in an area over 55 square miles, including Interstate 10 and 8, State Highways 84 & 87 and the Union Pacific Railway.

Eloy Fire District is a combination department with two fire stations, 35 full-time employees, and 1 part-time employees.

The Administrative Office is located at 4010 N. Toltec Road, across the street from the Toltec Fire Station (station 522). The Governing Board, Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, Fire Marshal, Administrative Assistant and Accounting Clerk use this building.

Administrative Office

Station 521 is located at 500 S. Sunshine Blvd. and is manned 24/7. The Station has two Class A pumpers (Engine 521 and 523), one ladder truck (Ladder 521), one brush truck (Brush 521), one tender (Tender 521) and two ambulances (Medic 521 and Medic 523).

Station 521

Station 522 is located at 4015 N. Toltec Road and is manned 24/7. The Station has one Class A pumper (Engine 522), one ambulance (Medic 522), a brush truck (Brush 522) and a Hazardous Materials engine (HazMat 522).

Toltec Fire Station No. 522



Fire Chief Kelly Weddle is the chief administrator of the District.

Assistant Chief Robert Maestas

Division Chief/Fire Marshal is Rob Jarvis

Battalion Chiefs are AJ Sauceda, Derrick Ethington, and Travis Hartman.

The Captains are:

  • Station 521- Matt Mayo, Marcus Brewer, and Josh Grandinetti.
  • Station 522-Chris Spade, Russell Middleton, and Jose Quiroz.

The Administrative Assistant/Human Resources is Suzy Bartlett

The Finance Specialist is Maricela Flores

Full Time Engineers include: Emmett Middaugh, Danny Harrison, Garrison Cobb, Adan Rodriguez, and Slade Weddle. Full Time Firefighters include: Trevor Sutton, Abraham Alvarez, Mason Campa, Brice Evans, Rigo Melendez, Ethan Hunt, Trevor North, Ryan Miranda, Victor Reyes, Israel Yanez-Sanchez, James Cowles, Damon Scoggin, Vince Rameriz, and Kyle Johnson. Part Time Firefighters are Brodie Carr.



To protect our citizens’ health and safety and provide efficient, quality and caring customer service programs.