There are 19 Fire Departments in Clarke County, Alabama, serving a population of 24,625 people in an area of 1,239 square miles. There is 1 Fire Department per 1,296 people, and 1 Fire Department per 65 square miles.
In Alabama, Clarke County is ranked 25th of 67 counties in Fire Departments per capita, and 63rd of 67 counties in Fire Departments per square mile.
Find Clarke County, Alabama fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers.
Alma Fire Department 361 Choctaw Bluff Road Jackson, AL
Antioch Fire Department 113 Antioch Road Grove Hill, AL
Antioch Fire Department 2315 Allen Road Grove Hill, AL
Coffeeville Volunteer Fire Department 19 Spring Street Coffeeville, AL
Coffeeville Volunteer Fire Department Spring Street Coffeeville, AL
Fulton Volunteer Fire Department Northeast Main Street Fulton, AL
Fulton Volunteer Fire Department Station 2 Northeast Main Street Fulton, AL
Grove Hill Volunteer Fire Department 111 Church Street Grove Hill, AL
Jackson Fire Department Station 2 101 East Church Street Jackson, AL
Jackson Fire Department Station 4 3725 North College Avenue Jackson, AL
Salitpa Fire Department 145 River Crest Road Jackson, AL
Skyline Volunteer Fire Department Station 2 101 East Church Street Jackson, AL
Syrene Fire Department Old Nettlesboro Road Dickinson, AL
Thomasville Fire Department Station 1 West 2nd Street North Thomasville, AL
Thomasville Fire Department Station 2 Alabama 5 Thomasville, AL
Thomasville Fire Department Station 3 1501 Bashi Road Thomasville, AL
Tri-Community Fire Department 35366 U.s. 84 Whatley, AL
Westbend Fire Department 5 Spring Street Coffeeville, AL
Westbend/Bethel Vol Fire Department 5730 West Bend Road Coffeeville, AL
Clarke County Fire Departments provide fire protection and emergency response services to the Clarke County, AL community with a mission to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to calls for fire suppression, Clarke County Fire Departments respond to medical emergencies, incidents involving hazardous materials, rescue calls, and motor vehicle or other accidents.You may contact the Fire Department for questions about: