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Addison Fire Department | 4798 Airport Pkwy | Addison, TX 75001-3364 | 972-450-7201
The 57 members of the Addison Fire Department proudly protect lives and property of people living, working and playing in Addison. Operating from two stations, the department provides fire protection and emergency services for the Town, and aircraft rescue and firefighting protection for the Addison Airport. All members of the department are certified in emergency medicine and all vehicles are staffed with highly trained paramedics who can provide advanced life support services within minutes. Fire Department equipment includes a command vehicle, two engines, two mobile intensive care unit (MICU) ambulances, a ladder truck, an aircraft rescue fire fighting vehicle, a utility squad, a backup engine and a back up MICU ambulance. The department offers additional services such as residential smoke detector battery changes, home and business fire inspections, fire safety training classes, CPR training, and more. Click on any of the following for more information.
2013 FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL REPORT SUMMARY
FIRE PREVENTION / FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE
CPR COURSE INFORMATION
WANT TO BECOME A FIRE FIGHTER OR A PARAMEDIC?
To learn more about the Town's hiring process for Firefighter/Paramedic, click here.
We are a Texas Safe Haven/Baby Moses location.
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|Did you know?!|
Addison is nationally known for having one of the most progressive fire sprinkler ordinances in the world. All buildings over 500 square-feet - including residences - are equipped with an approved fire sprinkler system when they are constructed. Adopted in 1992, this life saving prerequisite has become a model for many communities around the Country.
|John O'Neal||Fire Chief||972-450-7203||Contact John O'Neal|
|David Jones||Deputy Chief - EMS/Training||972-450-7206|