Welcome to DeKalb County Fire Rescue

TDCFR Door Logo - JPG.jpghe DeKalb County Fire Rescue Department is a modern, all-hazards organization that responds to calls for fire suppression and emergency medical services from the nearly 735,000 residents of DeKalb County. The department provides coverage across 260 square miles of DeKalb County including all unincorporated areas as well as the cities of Avondale Estates, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Clarkston, Doraville, Dunwoody, Lithonia, Pine Lake, Stone Mountain, and Tucker. This is achieved by operating 26 strategically located fire stations throughout the community. Our stations are staffed by the 600 well-trained men and women and handle nearly 90,000 calls for service annually.     

The DeKalb Fire Rescue Department maintains several teams that have specialized training that allow them to respond and mitigate unique calls for service such as incidents involving hazardous materials or those requiring technical rescue. The department also provides a wide arrange of non-emergency services to the public though the Public Education Division, Fire Marshal's Office and the Investigations Unit.


Mission Statement

DeKalb County Fire Rescue Department exists to provide our community with the highest level of life and property protection, risk reduction, emergency response, with a commitment to superior customer service, professionalism, and safety.

Vision Statement

DeKalb County Fire Rescue Department will be renowned for providing exceptional services that maximize and promote the safety and well-being of the community now and for future generations.


Click here to read our 2015 DeKalb County Fire Rescue Annual Report

DeKalb County Fire Rescue. 1950 West Exchange Place. Tucker. Georgia. 30084. 678-406-7731. dcfrpublicaffairs@dekalbcountyga.gov


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