Our Story

In 1992 All City Towing started as a small, two-truck operation. Our commitment to exceptional service and capability has paved the way to expand our fleet to over 60 service units. Our dedicated and highly skilled team of more than 100 team members have answered over 1.25 million towing requests. We embrace technology and hard work to provide prompt and professional service to our customers. Our partnerships with community-leading businesses, local municipalities, and governmental agencies are built on delivering solutions and going beyond normal expectations. We invite you to give us the opportunity to serve you and see why All City Towing is setting a new standard in our industry.

Our Capabilities

  • Heavy Duty experts can handle any challenge, from semi-truck rollovers to water recoveries.
  • Drivers have an average of 10+ years of driving experience and are regularly trained in best practices for a wide variety of recoveries.
  • Professionally staffed 24/7 call center facilitates an average of over 1,100 calls every day.
  • Storage capacity of over 5,500 vehicles in 5 conveniently located facilities around the valley.
  • 99.9% of service calls are handled without complaint, earning us a Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating of A+.
28 years of serving Arizona and 5 locations

The All City Fleet

Over 60 service units ready to answer the call.

All City Towing heavy duty tow truck fleet in Arizona.

Organizations That Trust All City

  • AZ DPS logo
  • Gilbert PD logo
  • Greater Phoenix Chamber logo
  • Local First AZ logo
  • Chandler logo
  • Chandler PD logo
  • Gilbert logo
  • Mesa logo
  • Mesa PD logo
  • Paradise Valley logo
  • Paradise Valley PD logo
  • Phoenix logo
  • Phoenix PD logo
  • Scottsdale logo
  • Scottsdale PD logo
  • Tempe logo
  • Tempe PD logo
  • Waste Management logo
  • Western Refining logo

Community Commitment

We believe that healthy, thriving communities depend on involved citizens, organizations and corporate partners for momentum. For our part, All City Towing is committed to supporting public, private and charitable organizations through pledges of financial assistance, time, goods and services.

We are especially committed to efforts involving public safety, education, health and humanities, as well as those programs which provide for the needs of low-income individuals and groups. Every community has its own challenges, and we strive always to be part of problem solving initiatives.

A Few of the Charitable Organizations With Which We Are Fortunate to be Affiliated Include:

  • Adelante Healthcare
  • André House of Arizona
  • Archangel Foundation
  • Arizona Department of Public Safety
  • Arizona Fraternal Order of Police
  • Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety
  • Arizona Humane Society
  • Arizona Highway Patrol Association
  • Arizona Museum for Youth Friends, Inc.
  • Brand Canyon Company
  • Cesar E. Chavez Foundation
  • Central Arizona Shelter Services
  • Chandler Basha High School
  • Chandler Christian School
  • Chandler Fire Department
  • Chandler Hamilton High School
  • Chandler High School
  • Chandler Historical Society
  • Chandler Kiwanis Club
  • Chandler Police Department
  • Chandler School District DARE Program
  • Chevy Wright Memorial Foundation
  • Child Crisis Center
  • Concerned Citizens for Phoenix
  • Downtown Chandler Community Partnership
  • East Valley Children's Crisis Center
  • El Zaribah Shrine
  • Fellowship of Chandler
  • FOP2 Foundation
  • Goodwill
  • Hermosillo (MX) Fire Relief Fund
  • International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame
  • Local First Arizona
  • Lt. Eric Shuhandler Memorial Foundation
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation
  • Marine Corps-Law Enforcement
  • Matthew's Crossing Food Bank
  • Mesa Citizen Police Academy
  • Mesa Fire Department
  • Mesa Police Department
  • Mesa Public Safety Foundation
  • Mesa Public Schools
  • Mesa Red Mountain High School
  • Mountain High School
  • Mesa Strong Neighborhoods Association
  • Scottsdale Fire Department
  • Scottsdale Fraternal Order of Police
  • Scottsdale Police Department
  • Scottsdale Police Explorer's Program
  • Scottsdale Saguaro High School
  • Scottsdale School District DARE Program
  • Skyline Education
  • Special Olympics Arizona
  • St. Jude's Research Hospital
  • TAPS, Inc.
  • Tempe 9/11 Healing Field Foundation
  • Tempe Community Action Agency
  • Tempe Community Council Don Carlos Awards
  • Tempe Fire Department
  • Tempe Police Department
  • The American Cancer Society
  • The Hererra Family c/o Trinity Christian
  • The Phoenix Zoo
  • The United Way – Valley of The Sun Chapter
  • Town of Gilbert
  • UMOM – New Day Centers
  • United Fire Fighters Association
  • United Food Bank
  • Valley of the Sun Exchange Club Foundation
  • W. Steven Martin Police Toy Drive
  • Mesa YMCA
  • Perry High School
  • Phoenix Law Enforcement Association
  • Pioneer Arizona Foundation
  • Police Officers of Scottsdale Association
  • Queen Creek Fire Dept.
  • Queen Creek High School
  • Queen Creek School District DARE Program
  • Release the Fear
  • Scottsdale Cactus Shadows High School
  • Scottsdale Chaparral High School
  • Scottsdale Coronado High School
  • Scottsdale Desert Mountain High