City of Foley Fire Department
The Foley Fire Department is a municipal volunteer department serving the City of Foley and parts of Benton and Morrison counties. Their objective is to prevent fires through education, fight fires, preserve and protect life and property against injury and damage, promote public and private safety and respond to any and all emergencies in the City of Foley and contracted areas that the Department serves.
Firefighters respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, or lend assistance at the scene of an automobile, industrial and agricultural accident. The fire department will also cooperate with other public safety agencies as requested. Contact the Foley Fire Department for general non-emergency information on fire codes, burning regulations, fire response billing and insurance issues.
The organization has a long and distinguished history of providing skillful emergency services to the residents of our area. The hours of training are many, the work hard, the schedule unpredictable, but the feeling of accomplishment makes it all worthwhile.
Volunteer Firefighters Wanted
Firefighters have the responsibility of protecting life and property from the hazards of fire and other hazardous situations. This protection is offered by applying fire suppression methods to control and stop property damage, by saving lives through rescue from fire or other hazardous environments, and through safety inspections, and public fire safety education. Firefighters also respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured. Firefighters also lend assistance at the scene of an automobile, industrial and/or agricultural accidents.