Smyrna Fire Rescue is recognized as a leader in fire service within the Metro-Atlanta area and the State of Georgia.
- 15.4 Square Miles of Coverage
- 54,490 Residents
- 81 SFD Members
- 5 Stations
- 5,626 Emergency Responses for 2015
- ISO Class 2
- Maintain records for over 2,000 Pre-Fire plans
- Maintain records for 2,492 Hydrants
Smyrna Fire currently operates 8 pieces of emergency response equipment at five stations consisting of three Engines, two Advanced Life Support (ALS) Trucks, two Advanced Life Support (ALS) Rescue Units, and one Command vehicle. In addition to the frontline apparatus, they also have one reserve Engine, and Air and Light Trailer.
The Operations Division, served through the oversight of the Deputy Chief, includes Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services, and the Training Division. The most visible part of the organization is our Line Operations personnel reporting through the Operations Division. These are the firefighters staffing the fire apparatus and rescue units who respond to requests for service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Line Operations personnel are divided into three shifts to ensure round-the-clock service to the community. Firefighters work a 24-hour shift which starts at 7:00 AM with crews fully checking their equipment and vehicles to ensure readiness.
|A Shift Battalion Chief||B Shift Battalion Chief||C Shift Battalion Chief|
|Eric Mohrmann||Stephen Westbrook||Eric Farmer|