The Centerton Fire Department is a Volunteer Department. Centerton now has a total of 32 Volunteer Firemen and nine pieces of fire apparatus, which includes rescue and EMS. The Emergency Medical Systems (EMS) building is located at 755 West Centerton Blvd. All the fire trucks and emergency vehicles are housed here.
The Fire Department would like to thank everyone for their continued support including, but not limited to, voluntary taxes and annual dues. If you are a city resident and have not picked up your weather alert radio from City Hall, then please bring your utility bill and a form of identification with you during normal business hours.
Please check your batteries in your smoke detectors at your house. If you do not have any smoke detectors in your home and cannot afford to purchase them, then contact our office and we will be happy to assist you in finding an agency from which to obtain them.
We also like to remind everyone that before burning, call the dispatch center at 273.5530 to find out if there is a burn ban and the proper method of burning and allowed material.
Every year the Fire Department has centerton Day on the last Saturday in July. It is held in the City Park on Main Street, right next to City Hall.
There is a parade, 1 mile walk, fireman's muster, music, food, and plenty of games for the kids. There is also a Tiny Tot pageant held inside the community room. An auction is held around noon with items that have been donated from surrounding businesses. All proceeds from the event go to the Fire Department to purchase additional equipment. Click here for more information about Centeton Day!
Centerton Fire Department