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The Five Most Common Questions
Aside from fighting fires and responding to other emergencies, the five most common questions received at the Taylor Fire Department are about outdoor burning, educational tours and demonstrations, inspections, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and fire extinguishers. For more information, select the topic below that you’re interested in and then icon that appears.
About the Current Department
The primary responsibility of the Taylor Fire Department is to respond to and mitigate emergencies by limiting the effects of fire, natural disaster, medical and hazardous material incidents. This is accomplished through the use of emergency preparedness plans, fire prevention and code enforcement, public education, hazardous materials response teams, and other specialized programs.
The department’s primary effort is to provide effective fire suppression, ALS level emergency medical service, and hazard mitigation efforts within four minutes to any emergency scene in our City. The unifying goal is to help people through education and cooperation.
The department maintains three fire stations with two fire engines, one ladder truck and one shift commander vehicle. The Fire Department consists of 36 fire suppression positions and three administrative positions.
It is the mission of the Taylor Fire Department to prevent the loss of life and to control or reduce the loss of property by being committed to providing the highest level of service possible. We will accomplish this mission through fire suppression, Advanced Life Support rescue, code enforcement, public fire education, fire investigating and professional training. It is our priority to provide the best fire service to all Taylor citizens and visitors.