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Community Involvement

The Chattanooga Fire Department (CFD) places a high priority on connecting with the citizens it serves.  Our firefighters are involved with community groups and events throughout the year, on and off the job.

Here is a list of many other ways Chattanooga firefighters connect with the citizens they serve:  

Did You Know?

Did you know that the CFD Honor Guard can provide ceremonial assistance for your event? Contact Senior Firefighter David Carter for more information or to request the CFD Honor Guard (

Did you know that the CFD teams up with the American Red Cross twice a year to distribute free smoke alarms in at-risk neighborhoods? 

Did you know that our firefighters hand out stuffed animals to children involved in fires and car wrecks?  It's a small gesture, but the stuffed animals help the children cope with one of the most traumatic experiences of their young lives.

Did you know that the Fire Prevention Bureau conducts public education classes for children on a regular basis?  Using the Fire Safety House and Sparky, the Bureau teaches children how to protect themselves in the event of a fire.  If you're interested in having the Fire Safety House visit your school or venue, please download the Fire Safety House Teacher's Packet. It has all the info you need to set up and run a successful fire safety presentation, then fill in a request form and mail it to us or fax it to (423) 643-5611.

Did you know that Chattanooga firefighters raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) through the annual Fill-the-Boot Campaign?

Did you know that our firefighters provide 'After the Fire' brochures to fire victims?  These brochures provide useful information on what to do after the fire, such as what information to gather for insurance purposes, how to clean up belongings that are salvageable, and how to replace lost documents.

Did you know that Station 1 on E. Main Street has a Community Room that can be used by citizens for community meetings and other events?  All you have to do is call Martha Hutchison at 423-643-5618 to find out how to reserve the room.  More community rooms will be added at future fire stations.

Did you know that our firefighters offer free blood pressure checks at all of our fire stations?  Just stop by your neighborhood Chattanooga fire station during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. any day of the week and the firefighters will be glad to check your blood pressure for free.

Did you know that our firefighters conduct an annual food drive in August to replenish supplies at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank?

Did you know that Chattanooga firefighters have constructed two houses for Habitat for Humanity?  The firefighters used their considerable construction skills to build the houses, on their own time, for two deserving families.

Did you know that our fire stations keep their bay doors open whenever possible to present a friendly face to the community?  We want you to know that we're there when you need us, and that we appreciate your support!

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Fire Administration
910 Wisdom Street (map)
Chattanooga, TN 37406
(423) 643-5600
(423) 643-5610 (fax)

Fire Prevention Bureau
910 Wisdom Street (map)
Chattanooga, TN 37406
(423) 643-5618
(423) 643-5611 (fax)

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