The Rincon Valley Fire District, established in 1985, is a nonprofit, community service organization. It provides emergency medical and fire prevention and suppression services in Vail in Arizona. The district operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Rincon Valley Fire District serves more than 10,000 residents. It also reviews new construction and modification plans and specifications. The district administers a public education program for individuals, clubs, schools, government organizations and homeowners associations. The Rincon Valley Fire District is a cardiopulmonary resuscitation training center for the American Heart Association. It additionally offers smoke detector inspection and vehicle lockout assistance services.