As a team, the primary goal of Madison Fire Rescue (MFR) is to prevent fires and protect lives and property. This will be accomplished through continuous training by our highly motivated firefighters that work together for a common goal, which is maintaining a safe and efficient fire department. MFR will also provide mutual aid assistance to other local Volunteer Fire Departments upon request. MFR will assist the State Fire Marshals Office with fire prevention, public education and fire cause determination. MFR will strive to accomplish these goals with 100% public satisfaction with our department’s provision of these services.
Madison Fire Rescue is located within the City of Madison Florida. Members of the fire department provide fire suppression, extrication, rescue, hazardous materials response and respond to other emergency situations when called to duty in the City and surrounding areas.
Madison Fire Rescue is made up of 30 professional firefighters, eight (8) paid and 22 volunteer members. There are normally two firefighters on duty around the clock providing the community with first rate fire protection, emergency extrication services, and a good fire rating.
In addition to providing life and property protection, Madison firefighters provide fire prevention classes, residential fire inspections, residential smoke detectors and testing, and provide educational classes for the children attending our three (3) elementary schools. All of this is provided at no charge. Annual Fire Inspections are conducted in all commercial structures thus offering the utmost safety to their employees and patrons.
Last Updated ( Thursday, September 20, 2012 8:51 PM )
253 SW Horry Avenue
Madison, Florida 32340