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Demopolis Fire Rescue

Our department strives to be NFPA compliant and provide the most effective service to our community.

Annually the department responds to approximately 1,200 emergency medical calls and approximately 400 fire related calls.

Incorporated on July 14, 1817, the City of Demopolis covers 18.6 sq miles of land and has a population of 7,900 with an average age of 37. The city is one of the most densely populated cities in Marengo County. Citizens primarily reside in multi-family housing like condominium buildings and assisted living facilities. Our goal is to save lives, protect property, and make sure every firefighter goes home.

We are pleased to work for Mayor and City Council that are concerned about the safety of the citizens of this city, and for providing the resources for this department to perform its duties. We are also very fortunate to have such a dedicated group of firefighters that are willing to serve their community in the capacity that they do.

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306 US HWY 80 WestDemopolis, AL 36732



Is Demopolis, AL Safe?

The National Council for Home Safety and Security releases its 2017 list of the safest cities in the state and a city in Marengo County ranks high on the list. The city of Demopolis ranks among the top 50 safest cities in Alabama coming in at number 49. Feb 17, 2017

Fire Station

This year's answered calls

We respond to any call that requires the need for our services. Here is this years call information thus far:

TOTAL CALLS433246402831      220


Our Stations

Station One

Our Stations

Station Two


Having operational equipment is vital to the safety of firefighters for supplying adequate to successfully control a traffic incident. Having operational equipment will prepare the department to respond to any rescue safely and effectively.

In recent years, there have been significant shifts in the environments that firefighters encounter. Structure fires involving modern building construction materials produce a significantly higher heat relates rates than buildings with older materials. This exposes firefighters to more rapid heat development and intense thermal conditions.

It is critical to firefighter safety and victim rescue that the incident is resolved quickly.

Equipment at Station One

The Demopolis Fire Rescue Department currently has two stations, three front – line trucks.Currently, Engine 1, 2018 E-One Rescue Pumper is housed at Station I.
Equipment at Station One

Equipment at Station Two

The Demopolis Fire Rescue Department currently has two stations, three front – line trucks. Currently, Engine 2, 2018 KME Chassis is housed at Station III. A 1996 Pierce 75’ ladder Engine is housed here as well. The Demopolis Fire Rescue Department is staffed by 30 firefighters, administrative personnel, and officers, protecting about 8 square miles, and responding to approximately 1200 calls ...
Equipment at Station Two