Since its beginning in 1878, the Tuscaloosa Fire & Rescue Service has grown from one horse-drawn fire engine to 11 stations and more than 250 firefighters serving a metropolitan area of over 105,000 residents.
Today, department personnel protect life, property and the environment through direct involvement in fire prevention, firefighting, emergency medical care, water rescue, technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, code enforcement, disaster response, public education and community service.
Fire Run Reports
A fire run report is available between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday from Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Service’s administrative offices on the first floor of the City Hall Annex at 2201 University Blvd. 205-248-5420
Educational programs on a variety of fire and life safety topics are available at no charge. Contact the Fire and Life Safety Educator at 205-248-5420 for information. A two-week notice is needed. For fire and life safety education materials for your home or classroom, click here.