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The Department was organized in 1930 and has become a full service fire department composed of 64 uniformed career firefighters and officers and one administrative assistant.

Our Mission

The mission of the Bloomfield Township Fire Department is to protect lives, property and the environment through prompt, skillful, innovative fire and life safety services with compassion and respect.

Visit Us

The Fire Department is located at the southeast corner of Andover and Exeter Roads, west of the Township Hall.

The public is always welcome to visit the Fire Department and is especially encouraged to attend the annual Open House held during the second week of October and the free CPR classes are held a few times per year. The Fire Chief, Operations Officer, Fire Marshal and other officers frequently attend neighborhood meetings and meet with community organizations to speak to residents and guests about fire safety and prevention and emergency medical services. To arrange for a tour or a speaker, call 248-433-7745.

9/11 Tribute


Pic-Services-911Tribute.jpgThe Bloomfield Township Fire Department has an extraordinary memorial displayed at Central Fire Station’s main entrance in commemoration of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. A fragment of steel from the World Trade Center, with symbolic markings, is encased and mounted for permanent display at Central Station in memory of nearly 3000 people, including 343 firefighters, who died that day from the attack on the World Trade Center. Take notice of this display on your next visit to Central Fire Station.