Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates:  
July 7 - Council adopts ordinance requiring masks or face coverings in public in Montgomery.   View Ordinance  |  Face Covering FAQ's
June 20 - Montgomery's 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew has been lifted.
June 30 - Gov. Ivey extends Amended Safer at Home Order to July 31.  |  Text Alerts  |  COVID-19 En Espanol   

The City of Montgomery is committed to ensuring that the Capital City's Fire/Rescue Department receives the best equipment, expert training and the most highly qualified personnel to provide our citizens with the best fire service possible. We fully understand the importance of maintaining excellent fire service protection for our citizens, our visitors, and the vast city resources and historical elements. We work to be the most respected and admired fire department in the entire southeast region. Rapid response times and training certainly distinguish a great department from a mediocre one, and we will ensure that our department continues to lead the way and excel in the fire service.

Montgomery Fire/Rescue is committed to providing efficient, effective and professional public service to all residents and to those who work in and visit the Capital City. The department has garnered the well-deserved respect of the profession and continues to set the bar as a model agency. From it's Top ISO Rating to it's World Champion Combat Challenge Team, Montgomery Fire/Rescue always strives to be the best.

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