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. 


  • Accountability
  • Committment
  • Compassion
  • Diversity
  • Health and Safety
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Respect
  • Teamwork

"A Fire-Safe Thanksgiving"

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

Week 1 - Prepare for Winter Storms

Home fires occur more in winter than in any other season. To make sure you’re prepared, do the following: Our furnace has been inspected and serviced by a qualified professional during the last 12 months. Cleaning your chimney needs to be done at least once a year if your home has a chimney. You should have a covered metal container ready to use to dispose of cooled ashes from the fireplace if you have one. If you have an ash container, it should be kept at least 10 feet from the home and any nearby buildings. Make children know to stay at least 3 feet away from the fireplace, wood/pellet stove, oil stove or other space heaters and they’re always placed at least three feet from anything that can burn; like bedding, paper, walls, and even people. Test smoke alarms and made sure they are working. Make sure you have them on every level of the home, inside each sleeping room and outside each separate sleeping area. Test carbon monoxide alarms and make sure they are working. Carbon monoxide alarms should be located outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home.