The Corinth Fire Department strives to deliver the best emergency services to the residents and visitors of Corinth. Our department is committed to the protection of life, property, and the environment with fire suppression, first responder medical services, rescue, public education, training, and emergency preparedness.
The Corinth Fire Department works out of 4 stations with 49 personnel. Station 1 located in city hall runs with one 1986 80′ E-One aerial and one 1994 E-One pumper. Station two serves the northeast section of the city with a 2000 E-One pumper. Station 3 serves the western section of the city with a 1997 E-One pumper. Station 4 serves the southeast section of the city with a 2002 E-One pumper.
Services provided include fire suppression, EMS first responders, auto extrication, high-angle rescue, confined space rescue, fire prevention, and public fire education.
The Corinth Fire Department averages about 200 calls per month with approximately 30 of the calls being fire and rescue calls. The remaining calls are first responder.
FIRE CHIEF, TODD WELCH
DEPUTY CHIEF/ INSPECTOR, JAMES BRYANT