CITY OF GREENVILLE BURN BAN IN EFFECT AS OF JULY 5, 2018. (See Press Release for more information!)
NOTICE: Commercial and Residential Burn Permits have been revised as of April 4, 2018. Please read the updates concerning new procedures.
Third Party Plan Review Process (Effective May 1, 2017)
Effective May 1, 2017, the Greenville Fire Marshal's Office will be utilizing 3rd party plan review services to supplement our plan review process. Find more information here.
About the Department
The Greenville Fire Department is a fully paid department of 52 personnel. There is one administration office and four fire stations strategically located in different quadrants of the City.
The Department responds to approximately 4,400 calls per year involving both emergency and non-emergency public assists. The City of Greenville has a service area of 33 square miles with a population of 26,600.
The department is divided into three shifts rotating 24 hours on duty and 48 hours off duty. All firefighters are professionally trained and certified as firefighters by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and provide EMS and First Responder Services through the Texas Department of Health.
The Department has three front-line pumpers, two reserve pumpers, one aerial (75-foot) quint, one (95-foot) platform, two booster trucks, one command vehicle, and one reserve rescue vehicle. A 1916 American LaFrance pumper has been restored and is in the fleet.
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