Fire Department

Letter From The Chief


Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to visit the homepage of Westland’s Bravest.  This site is designed to provide an overview of our operations, a forum for fire safety education, and allow those we serve to provide crucial feedback pertaining to our services.

Everyday our department strives for professional excellence through its professional firefighters.  Our mission is to protect life and preserve property through efficient incident response, public education, quality training, and code enforcement.  With our community in mind, we strive to deliver the highest level of fire protection and medical care our residents, visitors, and business owners deserve.  Exceptional customer service is at the heart of our organization.

Feel free to wade through everything the site has to offer, and do not hesitate to contact my office if I can be of assistance.



The Fire Department is broken into four divisions:

  • Fire Administration

  • Fire - Rescue Operations

  • Fire Marshal's Office

  • Emergency Preparedness and Management

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