The Fire Department strives to protect and preserve life and property through fire suppression and prevention, education, and emergency medical services. The City's three fire stations are strategically located to provide the shortest possible response time to all areas of the City.
The department responds to thousands of incidents involving fire alarms, emergency medical and public assistance.
Fire personnel is also responsible for maintenance and repair of fire stations, fire trucks and vehicles, and fire apparatus.
Annually, the department inspects the City's target hazards including schools, gas stations, nursing homes and hospitals. The City's 1,400+ fire hydrants are inspected for leakage and general operating condition. Hydrants are also flow-tested and pumped on a cyclical basis.
Non-Emergency: (248) 246-3800
Administration/Chief's Office: (248) 246-3801
Fire Prevention Bureau: (248) 246-3810
Fire Marshall: (248) 246-3811
Fire Inspector: (248) 246-3812
EMS: (248) 246-3815