The Milford Fire Department is a combination fire department serving the citizens of both the Village of Milford and the Charter Township of Milford in Oakland County, Michigan. The Milford Fire Department is comprised of a full-time Fire Chief, full-time Fire Marshal, 15 full-time Firefighter/EMT’s, all supplemented by part-time firefighters. There are five full-time firefighters on duty 24/7/365 along with one part-time firefighter, all working out of two stations.
The department has provided fire suppression services since 1846 and is licensed as a Basic Life Support agency with transport capabilities with the State of Michigan.
The Milford Fire Department protects over 23,000 residents living in a 36 square mile area. In addition to fire suppression and EMS response, the Fire Department provides community outreach through public education at the schools and preschools in our area as well as private classes on CPR, First Aid, and home safety. The Fire Department also conducts inspections, code enforcement, medical standby for parades and community social events throughout the year.
Matches and Lighters are Dangerous
In the hands of a child, matches and lighters can be deadly!
Store them where kids can’t reach them, preferably in a locked area.
Teach children that matches and lighters are “tools” and should only be used by adults.