Mountain Home Fire Department
The Fire Department strives to provide the citizens and visitors of Mountain Home with a quick and efficient response to calls for Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services, Hazardous Materials Containment, and any situation that will minimize loss of life and/or property.
The Mtn. Home Fire Department is a combination Career / Volunteer department led by Chief Ken Williams. The department consist of 25 career firefighters, 1 secretary, and 10 paid-per-call "volunteer" firefighters. The Fire Department provides Fire / Rescue services to the citizens of Mtn. Home and to the Mtn. Home Rural Fire District out of 2 career stations, 1 reserve station and 21 pieces of Equipment.
Mtn. Home Fire / Rescue is 1 of 11 departments in Arkansas to have a class 3 ISO rating. The new rating will lower the insurance rates for residents and businesses of Mountain Home. For those living outside the city in the Mtn. Home Fire District, then you will receive a class 3 if you live within 5 miles of a fire station and 1000' of a fire hydrant.
The department constantly trains to keep up with the latest fire fighting, medical care, haz-mat, and specialized rescue techniques. We offer many services to the community along with providing the following emergency services:
Fire Chief Ken Williams
Address: 720 South Hickory, Mountain Home, AR 72653
Emergency: Call 911
Councilman Wayne Almond - Chair
Councilwoman Eva Frame
Councilman James Whalen
Councilman Jim Bodenhamer
Date: 3rd Tuesday of the Month
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Council Chambers
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