Fishers Fire Department
Get the Facts on Coronavirus
The City of Fishers wants to make sure you have the facts about Coronavirus. Find information that will help protect your family and resources to stay in touch with the best medical recommendations for action regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Please note that the Fishers Fire Dept. will not be scheduling any station tours or educational presentations until further notice to do our part in protecting the public and our crews with social distancing measures. We will fully engage with the public again once we have navigated this current health concern.
About the Fishers Fire Department
The Fishers Fire Department is extremely proud of our community and the men and women who provide outstanding emergency services. We invite you to visit any of our seven fire stations where you will receive a warm welcome and understand how blessed we are to serve.
The Fishers Fire Department began the transition to a full-career department in 1989. Since then, we have progressed from an all-volunteer department to employing more than 120 career firefighters/EMT's or paramedics. The Department provides service to more than 50 square miles of single and multiple-family dwellings, as well as clean industrial and high-end technology parks.
Fishers firefighters do much more than fight fires. They provide a wide variety of services to the community including:
- Emergency medical services, including advanced life support
- Non-emergency calls for service
- Fire prevention and investigation
- Fire suppression and rescue services
- Urban search and rescue
- Water rescue and recovery
- Confined space and technical rescue
- Public education
As a proactive and progressive department, the Fishers Fire Department prepares and implements a strategic plan to provide guidance and direction. This keeps us on the path of knowing who we are, what we do, and how we will accomplish our mission. The 2015-2018 Strategic Plan combines data, projections, mission competency, and best practices to assure the Department is providing protection for the community and for firefighters within a timely manner and a value driven system. For comprehensive insight into the Department, please see the 2018 Annual Report.
For new or current business updates or new business registration, please see Forms and Permits and scroll down to "Fire" under the "Commercial" category.
Job Interest Card
Please complete the Job Interest Card Form if you wish to receive more info about working at FPD. The hiring process is anticipated to start in late 2020 or early 2021.
Disclaimer: Fishers Fire Department will not be responsible for failure to notify potential participants. This is merely a courtesy and participants will still be responsible for filling out appropriate forms which will be announced at that time. Notification does not imply hiring or partiality to any applicants. The City of Fishers is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Fire Station 91 Rendering
See a rendering of the new Fishers Fire Station 91 in Municipal Complex.
The Fishers Fire Department has the distinction of being the one of the first nationally accredited fire departments in the state of Indiana. The Fishers Fire Department has been accredited by The Commission on Fire Accreditation International since 2004.
City of Fishers Special Needs Registry
The City of Fishers Special Needs Registry for first responders is designed to help in emergency situations. It can be vitally important for a first responder (a police officer, fire fighter, or emergency medical technician) to know that a resident at the address has visual, hearing, mobility, or other special needs. Register for the Special Needs Registry.