Holiday Season Safety Tips
As we continue through the Holiday Season, the Marietta Fire Department would like to remind everyone of the need to practice fire safety, particularly when decorating your home and choosing a tree. Read More…
Outdoor Burn Ban Issued
A complete outdoor burn ban has been issued due to drought conditions in the City of Marietta. Read More…
Firework Use Ban
Governor Deal has issued a ban on all consumer firework use due to drought conditions. Read More…
Halloween Fire Safety Tips
Halloween is a fun, and spooky, time of year for kids. Make trick-or-treating safe for your little monsters with a few easy safety tips. Read More…
Are Your Smoke Alarms Legal?
Online retailers are selling smoke alarms that are not tested to nationally recognized standards and may not comply with applicable building codes in many states and municipalities. Read More…
September is National Preparedness Month
In celebration of National Preparedness Month, click here for a few preparedness tips. Additionally, the Marietta Fire Department's "Be MFD Safe" program provides free Home Fire Safety Visits to help you prepare for emergencies.
Statewide Annual Burn Ban Begins May 1
The Marietta Fire Department and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources reminds citizens that the annual statewide burn ban begins May 1st and runs through September 30, 2016. Read more
Celebrate with Marietta Fire in achieving an ISO rating of 1
Celebrate with Marietta Fire in achieving an ISO rating of 1, by purchasing a Marietta Fire, ISO challenge coin. Read more
Hoverboard - part toy, part transportation. These self-balancing scooters have quickly become the latest fad. However, many hoverboards have been linked to fires. NFPA urges you to be fire safe when using these devices. Read more
Winter Weather Safety Tips
The Marietta Fire Department would like to remind residents to stay safe during severely cold weather. Read more
The Marietta Fire Department serves nearly 62,000 residents and approximately 7,300 businesses in 22.78 square miles. According to the 2000 census, the daily population increases to more than 97,000 when non-residents commute into the city of Marietta.
Fire personnel respond frequently to the highways that pass through Marietta. According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, approximately 250,000 vehicles traveled daily on I-75 between I-575 and the South 120 Loop in 2005.
Four civilians and 131 uniformed personnel work at the Marietta Fire Department's six fire stations. View stations
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