Fishers Fire Department
About the Fishers Fire Department
The Fishers Fire Department is extremely proud of our community and the men and women who provide outstanding emergency services. We invite you to visit any of our seven fire stations where you will receive a warm welcome and understand how blessed we are to serve.
The Fishers Fire Department began the transition to a full-career department in 1989. Since then, we have progressed from an all-volunteer department to employing more than 120 career firefighters/EMT's or paramedics. The Department provides service to more than 50 square miles of single and multiple-family dwellings, as well as clean industrial and high-end technology parks.
Fishers firefighters do much more than fight fires. They provide a wide variety of services to the community including:
- Emergency medical services, including advanced life support
- Non-emergency calls for service
- Fire prevention and investigation
- Fire suppression and rescue services
- Urban search and rescue
- Water rescue and recovery
- Confined space and technical rescue
- Public education
For comprehensive insight into the Department, please see the Annual Report.
For new or current business updates or new business registration, please see Forms and Permits and scroll down to "Fire" under the "Commercial" category.
Job Interest Card
Please complete the Job Interest Card Form if you wish to receive more info about working at FFD. The hiring process is anticipated to start in 2023.
Disclaimer: Fishers Fire Department will not be responsible for failure to notify potential participants. This is merely a courtesy and participants will still be responsible for filling out appropriate forms which will be announced at that time. Notification does not imply hiring or partiality to any applicants. The City of Fishers is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The City of Fishers utilizes Smart 911, a free information-sharing app, to view emergency information for all residents of the city, and importantly, our special needs members, allowing emergency responders the ability to have valuable information at our fingertips as we are en route to your emergency.
This system allows users to include additional information such as vehicle descriptions, medications, medical emergency contacts and proxies, home floor plans, and pet information. Smart911 is encrypted and secure and all personal information can only be accessed by first responders when an emergency event has been triggered with a call for assistance by the application user.
With Smart911, you can provide 9-1-1 call takers and first responders with critical information you want them to know in any kind of emergency. Register here.