• Share on Facebook
  • Share on Twitter
  • Share on Google+
  • Share via Email
BE A FIREFIGHTER FOR THE CITY!
The City is now accepting applications for Firefighter Recruit. Deadline is Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Visit www.knoxvilletn.gov/jobs to learn more or apply.


REQUEST FORMS
Site Assessment Requests [PDF]
Fire / Incident Report Requests [PDF]
EMS Report Requests [PDF]
TO REPORT A FIRE OR EMERGENCY - DIAL 911

Follow KFD on Twitter at
Twitter/Knoxville_PDTwitter.com/KnoxvilleFire


The City of Knoxville Fire Department provides fire protection and rescue services to nearly 104+ square miles within the corporate limits of the City of Knoxville serving over 180,000 citizens. In addition, the department has the responsibility of enforcement of the fire and life safety codes and public fire education programs.

The Fire Department responded to 23,091 calls for service in 2016. Emergency Medical Service calls for service totaled 10,346, and non-EMS calls for service totaled 12,745.

The department has 327 full-time career professional firefighters and maintains 42 fire suppression and rescue units in the City's 19 fire stations. The stations are located strategically throughout the city. The stations are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. These professionals are also assigned to other divisions within the department such as Training, Fire Prevention Bureau, Public Education, Emergency Medical Services, Administration, Logistics, and Maintenance Shop.

Administration
Deputy Chief Mark Morris
865-595-4470
mmorris@knoxvilletn.gov

Operations
Deputy Chief Gary Compton
865-595-4471
gcompton@knoxvilletn.gov

Fire Prevention Bureau
Asst. Chief Danny Beeler

865-215-2283
dbeeler@knoxvilletn.gov

Fire Explosion & Investigation Unit
Asst. Chief Danny Beeler
865-637-1386
dbeeler@knoxvilletn.gov

Training Division
Asst. Chief Robert Cheesman

865-215-6226
rcheesman@knoxvilletn.gov

Fire Public Education
Captain Paul Trumpore

865-595-4673
ptrumpore@knoxvilletn.gov