359 E. Magnolia Avenue
Phone: (334) 501-3110
Office Hours: M-F 8:00AM-5:00PM
John C. Lankford IV, Fire Chief
Non-emergency: (334) 501-3100
The Fire Department, under the direction of the Fire Chief, is charged with the responsibility of fire suppression within the City of Auburn as well as on the Auburn University campus. They also provide rescue services and make inspections of existing buildings as part of their Pre-Fire Plan Program. This program familiarizes the firefighters with the floor plan and potential hazards in an existing building in case of an emergency. They conduct fire drills at all area schools as well as dorms and fraternities at Auburn University. There are currently six fire stations in Auburn.
The Auburn Fire Department is committed to protecting life, property and the environment, and to providing progressive services that meet the needs of the community. The Department's mission will be accomplished through a highly trained professional work force that utilizes and adapts to modern technology and equipment. We will take a progressive stance on fire prevention activities including fire prevention and public education. Through these efforts, aggressive and appropriate emergency responses will be performed in an efficient and professional manner.
- 7,123 calls for service
- 1,427 pre-fire inspections completed
- 1,833 fire hydrant inspections completed
- 552 public education events FY