Fire Department

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The Fairburn Fire Department is a fully functional career department.  It began operation April 1, 2006. The Fairburn Fire Department consists of an Administrative Division, a Fire Marshal’s Office, a Training Division, and an Operations Division.

The department is prepared to respond to emergency calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition to fire suppression, the department provides first responder emergency medical services, vehicle accident extrication and fire, and life safety inspections and education.

Mission Statement

 

Provide a first class level of service and protection, and instill a sense of well-being in the community through service, education, and outreach. 

Vision Statement

Fairburn Fire will cultivate a safer, healthier and active community through a partnership with citizens that are engaged, knowledgeable and prepared. 

Values

 
  • Accountability
  • Committment
  • Compassion
  • Diversity
  • Health and Safety
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Respect
  • Teamwork
COVID-19 Donation

RONNIE THAMES FOUNDATION
WE APPRECIATE YOU!

The City of Fairburn thanks the Ronnie Thames Foundation for their donation of 150 antibacterial surgical masks and 15 protective goggles to help the Fairburn Fire Department deal with the COVID-19 calls throughout the City of Fairburn.

On behalf of Mayor Elizabeth Carr-Hurst, Fire Chief Cornelius Robinson, and the Fairburn Fire Department, we thank the Ronnie Thames Foundation for their generous donation.

"Be Firewise Outdoors"

  1. Week 1
  2. Week 2
  3. Week 3
  4. Week 4

Week 1: Outdoor Burning 

When camping, grilling, or having a bonfire, make sure that you check with the fire department for any restrictions on starting an open-air, recreational, or outdoor cooking fire. Obtain the proper permits, if required. Some places do not permit outdoor burning during certain seasons. Closely observe all outdoor fires, and make sure they are completely out before leaving. Open fires must be at least 50 feet away from anything that can burn. Recreational fires need to be at least 25 feet from anything that can burn. Avoid burning on windy or dry days. On these days, it is easy for the open burning to spread out of control. Where outdoor burning is allowed, never use gasoline or other flammable or combustible liquids. When burning, have a hose, a bucket of water, or shovel and dirt or sand nearby to extinguish the fire.