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"To prevent loss of property & loss of life through proactive and reactive responses to fires, medical calls, rescue emergencies and man-made or natural disasters."
The Winfield Fire Department is an all-hazards fire department that responds to and is prepared to handle a wide range of emergencies. Our goal of protecting our residents and visitors to our city is taken very seriously. We want all residents and guests alike to be pleased with our effforts as we strive to provide you with a professional fire department.
We welcome visitors to our fire station and if you would like to tour our facilities and see our equipment, please call us and we will be happy to arrange a time for your visit. We always welcome our visitors.
If you have a need for fire training classes for your business or organization we can also provide that service.
I appreciate the opportunity to serve as your Fire Chief and will do my best to make our citizens proud of the Winfield Fire Department.
Alan Stovall, Chief
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Fire Department Personnel and Services
The fire department consists of six career firefighters, and twenty five volunteers. The department has training twice a month to ensure that all firefighters are properly trained. All career firefighters are certified fire instructors, and can train the volunteers with on-site training. All classes are certified through the Alabama State Fire College.
Front row (L - R) Ben Meherg, Jessey McCarley, Mark Thompson, Tyler Crosby
Assistant Fire Chief / Fire Marshall Dewayne Norris
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Lieutenant - Wade McMillan
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Captain - Mark Loden
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Lieutenant - Packy Butler
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Firefighter, Training Officer - Will Riley
Firefighter - Brian Witt
The department has a Class 5 ISO Rating, which ensures low homeowners insurance premiums for our residents. The department was graded this year by ISO and has retained this important classification.
Services Provided by Winfield Fire Department
- Fire Suppression
- Rescue Response
- Fire Investigations
- Building Plan Reviews & Inspections
- Dive Rescue
- Rope Rescue
- Hazardous Material Response
- Fire Prevention Training
- and others
- 2011 Pierce Pumper
- 1999 KME Pumper
- 1988 Grumman Pumper
Forest and Grass Fire Truck
- 2008 Ford F350 4x4 with Class A & B Foam
- 2002 Dodge Ram 3500
Fire Chief's Command Vehicle
- 2005 Ford Expedition
- 1990 24 ft. Pontoon Boat
Compressed Air Foam Truck
- 1989 Dodge - For Flammable liquids fires
- Dive Trailer - Carries gear for divers
- Rope Rescue Trailer
- Hazardous Materials Trailer
- Hazardous Decontamination Trailer
- Mass Casualty Trailer
- Compressed Air Foam Trailer
To protect our residents from seasonal tornadoes, the fire department has placed five weather sirens around the city to alert residents of impending severe weather. The EMA offices in Marion & Fayette County are responsible for activating the sirens when severe weather is approaching. The sirens are tested monthly on the first Tuesday of each month, unless severe weather is expected that day.
The city also has built an above ground tornado shelter next to city hall, and this building will withstand 250+ MPH winds. The building will accommodate up to 500 people in a tornado situation if you do not have shelter at your home or work. The fire department will open the shelter and provide a firefighter, police officer, and a paramedic while the shelter is open for your safety. It will also be stocked to take care of any items you may need while at the shelter.