The Adrian Fire Department is made up of the City Department and Rural Department. Both departments are housed at the same station located at the corner of 5th and Virginia Street. The department has 27 dedicated and well trained volunteers. These volunteers bring a combined 345 years of fire service knowledge and experience. It is headed by Chiefs Gary Dizney and Brian Dizney. The City Department is tax funded and the Rural Department is funded by rural voluntary membership dues. Adrian Fire covers 250 square miles as well as mutual aid calls for surrounding agencies. The department runs a mix of calls such as structure fires, natural cover fires, medical calls/ EMS assist, and a variety of others. Adrian Fire runs on average around 30 calls a months. The Adrian Fire department is proud to serve its community and its neighbors.
Call City Hall and ask for Chief Dizney if you would like to join our one of a kind department. Helping the community during the toughest days.
If you are driving a vehicle, safely move your vehicle to the side of the road and put your hazards on. Allow the emergency vehicles to pass you and then you can enter back onto the road way and continue on your way. If there are emergency vehicles on the road way and you are approaching them, SLOW DOWN AND MOVE OVER. First responders die every day from being hit by other vehicles while working on a separate incident. If you see emergency vehicles and personnel working at an incident, please try to refrain from going towards the incident. That keeps the operations working smoothly and keeps from an additional incident from occurring.
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