Fire Service

FIRE- RESCUE

Fire protection in unincorporated areas of Williamson County, including the towns of Nolensville and Thompsons Station, is provided by six volunteer departments consisting of 14 stations.  Williamson Fire-Rescue, the partnership between the volunteer fire departments and Williamson County Government, ensures that those who work, live, and play in Williamson County are served and protected by a professional, proficient, and progressive fire service system.

JOIN US and VOLUNTEER

Williamson County has many opportunities for you to serve and participate through the volunteer fire departments.

Volunteers are welcome from all walks of life and from all local areas, to include surrounding counties and our incorporated cities. We need volunteers with various types of knowledge, skills and abilities to participate, so no matter your experience, you can make a difference. In addition, the life skills you will learn as a volunteer firefighter are invaluable.

Interested or need more information? Go to www.VolunteerFireTN.org or call 1-844-VOL-TENN (1-844-865-8366) or 615-599-FIRE (3473). You will be contacted within 24 hours and on your way to serving your community.


TRAINING – Firefighting and Emergency Medical

To become a volunteer firefighter and/or medical responder requires a commitment and dedication over the course of four months for both tracks. For volunteers with no prior firefighting experience you will start with 88 hours of basic firefighter training and this takes two months to complete. If you are only interested Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) training this course is 60 hours and is taught over a 2 month period. Not all departments allow EMR responders only but we can find one that best fits your volunteer goals.
All required training is provided at no cost to you. Ongoing training is also required along with standby hours at stations.
After completion of basic training volunteers will also have opportunities to enhance their skills and assume more responsibilities such as driver, engineers and leadership roles within the organization.
 
The joint mission of the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency and WilliamsonEMA-RescueSquad.jpg County Office of Public Safety is assisting in the administrative, planning, and response aspects of Williamson County's fire protection. Fire protection in rural Williamson County is provided through joint collaboration of six not for profit 501(c)3 all volunteer organizations. Fire Protection for the cities of Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, and Spring Hill is provided through their respective departments. Williamson County fire and rescue organizations and the city fire departments work as a county wide fire and rescue system to provide comprehensive fire and rescue services to the citizens of Williamson County.
Below you will find links to the fire organizations and departments within Williamson County as well as a map of their jurisdictions. If you have any questions concerning which department provides services to your home or business feel free to contact us using the Fire District & Service Inquiries form.



WHAT VOLUNTEERS STATION SERVES YOU

Williamson County Rescue Squad 
Stations:
12 - 4321 Carothers Pkwy
14 - 405 Downs Blvd
21 - 5404 Pinewood Rd
22 - 1493 Sneed Rd
23 - 1515 Thompson's Station Rd, West
24 – 2646 Goose Creek Bypass
30 - 7510 Pinewood Rd
35 - 1325 Highway 96, North

Flat Creek/Bethesda Vol Fire Department 
Stations:
15- 4911 Bethesda Rd
17- 6997 Giles Hill Rd

College Grove Vol Fire Department
Station 18
660 Depot St.

Nolensville Vol Fire Department
Station 16 
7347 Nolensville Rd

Arrington Vol Fire Department 
Station 19
4792 Murfreesboro Rd

Peytonsville Vol Fire Department
Station 28
4950 Harpeth Peytonsville Rd


 Williamson County Rescue Squad
 
 
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Not sure which fire service or district provides service to your residence or place of business? Click below, answer a few short questions, and we will let you know!

Fire Disctrict & Service Inquiries



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