The Department

Collierville Fire is a full-service department that provides life safety, fire protection and customer service to the community through the delivery of fire suppression and protection, specialized technical rescue operations, hazardous materials incident control measures, advanced emergency medical services response and other services based upon community needs.

We believe in public fire education, code development and enforcement, comprehensive fire investigations, fire inspections, plans review, and providing non-emergency support services designed to provide a fire-safe community. We are dedicated to customer service, both internally and externally.

We foster a philosophy of integrity, honesty, honor and respect for our community as well as our fire department family. We value the public’s trust and are committed to honest and ethical behavior.

The Collierville Fire Department completes a variety of training each year to ensure continued compliance with local, state and federal rules and regulations. We have an obligation to our citizens, as well as to our families, to make sure we perform our jobs in a safe and efficient manner. Training together builds unity, community, connection and teamwork.

 

 


Collierville Fire Department:
 1251 Peterson Lake Road, Collierville, TN 38017 | (901) 457-2400 | Emergency: 9-1-1

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