Headquarters (Station 1):

2620 Atlanta Road

Smyrna, GA 30080

(770) 434-6667


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Fire Chief, Roy Acree 

Resident Services:

Our Vision

Moving forward, the Smyrna Fire Department will proudly serve our community with leadership through innovation while maintaining our tradition of excellence.

Our Mission

Our Values

Guided by our core values, the Smyrna Fire Department is committed to serving the needs of our community with integrity and accountability by providing fire mitigation, prevention, suppression, and pre-hospital medical response.
  • Accountability
  • Commitment
  • Community
  • Integrity
  • Service

Fire Department Divisions


Deputy Fire Chief

 Brian Marcos

The City of Smyrna Fire Department has five divisions.

Each is led by a Chief Officer.




Smyrna Fire Department (SFD) Statistics

Smyrna Fire currently operates five fire stations which house three engines, two trucks, and two rescues. These stations and units are strategically located throughout the city to provide the best coverage possible. 

In addition to fire protection, the fire medic units are equipped to provide advanced life support (ALS) care capable of delivering life saving drug therapy, advanced airway management, and defibrillation to heart attack victims. All City of Smyrna fire engines are equipped with hydraulic rescue systems commonly known as the “Jaws of Life.”

Each day, the Smyrna Fire Department excels at meeting needs and answering calls, never failing to treat each citizen with consideration; to work quickly, effectively, skillfully and safely; regarding everyone as a customer.

Class 2 ISO Rating 

ISO GA Bar Graph

About Smyrna's Rating:

The Smyrna Fire Department achieved its Class 2 rating in 2010 placing it among the top 20 fire departments out of 1,145 rated in the state.  Fire departments are rated on a varied set of items including manpower, station distribution, water supply, and communications.  Prior to the 2010 rating, the City of Smyrna was rated a Class 3; a category reserved for only 55 of the rated departments in the state.

What this Means for Residents/Business Owners:

It may be possible to receive savings on your home or business insurance premium retroactive to the rating's effective date of April 1, 2010. The savings associated with the rating upgrade may vary, but could be up to eight percent. You must contact your insurance carrier as any change in premium will not occur automatically.

About ISO:

Based in Marlton, NJ, ISO is a private company and a leading source of information about property risk. ISO evaluates and rates nearly every fire department in the United States and provides the information to insurance companies. Community fire protection is one area of evaluation, and receiving a Class 2 rating takes a great deal of strategic thinking and dedication.

Learn more about ISO by clicking here.