The Mansfield Fire Department serves a population of over 55,000 people within a 39 square mile area. Mansfield is located mostly within Tarrant County but also shares a portion of Johnson and Ellis counties. As a result, the department provides mutual aide to various fire departments in the area.
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Mansfield Fire Rescue processes requests for reports through the City Secretary’s Office located at 1200 E. Broad St. Requests for reports must be made in writing and are accepted for processing 72 hours after the incident. You may email your request to email@example.com.
The City of Mansfield Emergency Management Office is encouraging residents during this severe weather season to register for the city’s Code Red emergency notification system. Residents may register phone numbers to be called during specific weather events including tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flood warnings. You can elect to receive one, two or all three warnings.
Registration is free. Visit the webpage here for more information. Another good way to stay informed is with a NOAA All Hazards Radio. These can be purchased from most major retailers for about $30. They may be programmed for emergencies in selected counties.
If you do not have access to the Internet or need assistance with any severe weather issue, contact Mansfield Emergency Management at 817-276-4777.Posted on 05/24/13
Applications may also be picked up at the following locations:
- Station 3 - Training – 3100 E Broad St
- Public Safety Building – 1305 E Broad St
Deadline for turning in applications is March 22 at 5:00pm. You may fax them to 817-276-4787 or 817-804-5771 or drop off where you picked them up.
If you need more information please contact:
Joey Craddock, Battalion Chief - Training
3100 E Broad St
See the Candidates Final Rankings for 2012.Posted on 10/10/12
The City of Mansfield Fire Department has received a rating improvement as determined by Insurance Services Office (ISO).
Your local Fire Marshal and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to make sure that your smoke alarms are working, and to test them in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, at least once a month. If your smoke alarms are more than 10 years old, you
should replace them.
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The Mansfield Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the citizens of Mansfield. These services are comprised of several specialized skills and certifications by fire personnel.
Preventing fires is an essential duty of the Mansfield Fire Department. Fire prevention saves lives and prevents detrimental tragedies from happening to any of your friends or family. Search the links below to learn how Mansfield promotes community education, enforces standards, and investigates fire arson when necessary.
The Fire Administration hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
The Fire Department Administration offices are located upstairs in the Public Safety Facility at:Go to the top of the page.