Fire Department

All Fire Department permits are now being processed online.  

Click the "Online Permits" link to the left to access our online permitting system.

Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Inspections:
Smoke/carbon monoxide detector inspections are now being done in person. Inspections are conducted on Mondays and Tuesdays from 1:00-3:00pm, and Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00-11:00am.  

Our Mission

Protect Life, Property and the Environment through Public Education, Fire Prevention and Emergency Response. Be helpful, courteous and professional.
Fire Department patch with American flag logo design


As administrators of public safety, fire personnel must handle:
  • Collapses
  • Fires
  • Floods
  • Hurricanes
  • Medical emergencies
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Tornadoes
These events remain, as always, unscheduled and unpredictable. These incidents are time sensitive, life threatening, and labor intensive. You never know when they will occur, but when they do, you need lots of trained people immediately.
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The fire department staff, facilities and equipment consist of:
  • 1 Chief
  • 1 Deputy Chief
  • 1 EMS Coordinator
  • 1 Administrative Assistant
  • 4 Captains
  • 4 Lieutenants
  • 32 Career Firefighters
  • 15 On-Call Firefighters
Facilities & Fire Apparatus 
  • 1 Aerial Tower (Ladder)
  • 2 Fire Engines (Pumpers)
  • 4 Rescue Pumpers (Engines with Jaws of Life)
  • 1 Hovercraft
  • 1 Rescue Boat
  • 1 Command Vehicle (SUV)
  • 1 Fire Prevention Vehicle (SUV)
  • 1 Maintenance / Brush Fire Unit (Pickup Truck)
  • 3 Fire Stations

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