Springdale Fire Department is proud to announce that it has achieved an ISO (Insurance Service Office) rating of 1/1x effective February 1, 2018. This is an elite group with only 300 out of 44,000 registered fire departments in the United States having this grade and one of only eight departments in the State of Arkansas.
Message from the Fire Chief
Thank you for visiting us online. The Springdale Fire Department takes pride in serving the Springdale community. Staff stands ready to provide the highest level of service in any type of emergency.
Our department serves the community with an all-hazards approach which means we respond to both man-made and natural disasters including:
Our Department is also involved in a public prevention and education program aimed at reducing emergencies within our community. Our homepage provides an array of information regarding our services, as well as tips to keep you and your family safe.
To provide the highest quality emergency response services as well as a proactive, community based fire and safety education and prevention environment for the residents and visitors of Springdale, Arkansas
The Springdale Fire Department exists to enhance the quality of life in Springdale by minimizing the devastating effects of fire, medical emergencies, and natural and artificial disasters.
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The Springdale Fire Department has achieved a class one Public Protection Classification (PPC) rating from the Insurance Services Office (ISO). The SFD has been a class two fire dept. since 2007. The class one rating will be effective as of Feb. 1, 2018. Read More
Recently, the Springdale Fire Department (SFD) has responded to multiple house fires with no working smoke alarms. Oftentimes, the difference between life and death during a fire is a working smoke alarm. Read More
The Springdale Fire Department (SFD) has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks. Read More