The City of Fayetteville Fire Department responds to emergency incidents including fires, emergency medical calls, motor vehicle and other accidents, rescue calls, bomb threats or detonations, severe weather and flooding emergencies, and hazardous materials emergencies as a member of the Fayette County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazardous Materials Response Team. We currently operate three fire stations, covering approximately 11 square miles, with 45 line personnel and seven administrative staff. In 2018, we ran 3,203 calls including medical calls, fire calls, motor vehicle accidents, and assisting residents. Our Volunteer Services personnel provide redundancy to our response system through response to emergency incidents, stand-by at stations or assisting at special events or work details.
Fire department personnel perform numerous prevention and public relations functions which include annual pre-fire plan updates and fire safety inspections on all businesses, annual hydrant maintenance, emergency management functions, fire safety and other specialty programs, construction plan reviews, station tours, blood pressure screenings, and distribution of smoke detectors. The department further collaborates with other local public safety agencies on other special public service projects throughout the year.
The City of Fayetteville Fire Department is a proactive organization dedicated to the preservation of life and property from the ravages of fire and natural or technological disasters. This is accomplished through hazard mitigation, public education, planning and response activities.
City of Fayetteville Fire Stations
Fire Station 93 – South Sandy Creek Road
194 Sandy Creek Rd
Fayetteville, GA 30214