Change the batteries in your smoke detectors annually!
Having a fire escape plan can save lives.
For more information or non-emergencies call (586) 756-2800. For emergencies call 9-1-1.
The City of Warren has 6 fire stations serving the public 24 hours 365 days per year.
Station #1 - 8321 9 Mile Road Click here for map.
Station #2 - 23293 Schoenherr Road Click here for map.
Station #3 - 23620 Ryan Road Click here for map.
Station #4 - 6361 Chicago Road Click here for map.
Station #5 - 29900 Hoover Road Click here for map.
Station #6 - 3090 12 Mile Road Click here for map.
23295 Schoenherr Road Click here for map.
Phone: (586) 756-2800
WARREN FIRE PREVENTION DIVISION:
23295 Schoenherr Road
Phone: (586) 756-2800 EXT. 112
For information on fire safety in the home, school or workplace.
Programs and classes are available to civic groups, schools, and organizations. Please call for more information.
Department Plans a Return to EMS Transport
For more information please call the Fire Department at (586) 756-2800.
WFD Adds New Trucks
The Warren Fire Department has purchased two new ladder trucks for the added protection of the citizens and property in the City of Warren. These new ladder truck feature an 85-foot platform. The platform is larger and can carry up to 4 people in fire or rescue situations. A unique quality of this truck is an "all wheel steer" capability, which allows for greater maneuverability in tight areas that, may have been inaccessible to the previous ladder trucks. With a 2,000 gallon per minute capability, these trucks will provide greater extinguishment capability for property preservation and firefighter safety. The operation of the truck has many computerized features that prevent it from being positioned improperly or operated in a manner that may be dangerous to the firefighters. The computerized monitoring also allows for quick and accurate trouble shooting and maintenance. The new ladder trucks will be assigned to Fire Stations 1 and 4.
Two Pierce Custom Dash S/S Pumper Trucks were also added to the Warren Fire Department to replace outdated pumpers. These trucks will be used as front line fire suppression response vehicles. They include a unique independent front suspension system which will increase safety for firefighters at elevated speeds that are typically achieved by emergency response vehicles. The new pumpers will be assigned to Stations 3 and 2.
To learn more about these vehicles and other firefighting vehicles built by Pierce Manufacturing, click here.
The City of Warren paid $324,358 for this Pierce Pumper.
The City of Warren paid $617,730 for this 85 foot aerial platform truck with nozzle and all steer.
The City of Warren paid $322,108 for this Pierce Pumper.
The City of Warren paid $627,201 for this 85 foot aerial platform truck with nozzle and all steer.