The Siloam Springs Fire Department serves an area of approximately two hundred square miles in Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma. The Department includes paramedic ambulance service, fire suppression, rescue, hazard mitigation and fire safety education. The department consists of 47 full time personnel; 42 in field operations, 2 Chief level Staff Officers; an EMS Director, Ambulance Collections Clerk and an Administrative Assistant.
- Arkansas Primary EMS approximately 169.73 Square miles
- Oklahoma contract EMS approximately 14 Square miles
- Arkansas Primary Fire Response area approximately 51 Square miles
The Department includes two stations with a third being built on the south side of Highway 412. The City's Insurance Office Rating (ISO) is Class 3. The Siloam Springs Fire Department strives daily to improve the quality of service that our customers deserve.
To provide superior, fire and life safety services based upon community need, expectation and available resources.
Rural Fire Membership Program
Rural Fire Membership Opportunity
The Siloam Springs Board of Directors Rural Fire Membership program is now underway. Effective May 01, 2013, residents with homes and or property outside of the City limits, and within the Siloam Springs Fire District boundaries, can join the Siloam Springs Rural Fire Membership program.
To read more about the program, please click here:
Rural Fire Membership Informational Document
SSFD Primary Fire Response Area (4-9-13)
SSFD Billing Notice (4-10-13)
Interested in Employment with the Fire Department?
Job opportunities with this department are posted on the "Employment" page of the City's website as they become available.
PHYSICAL AGILITY TESTING - Please review the following guide to inform you of the testing requirements: SSFD Agility Testing
IN AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1
Fire Chief - Greg Neely
Fire Marshal - Todd Colvin
Administrative Assistant - Lianne Voyles (479) 524-3103
Chaplain - Tim Estes
Station #1-1450 Cheri Whitlock
Station #2-100 S. Mt. Olive
Facts and Information
- The Fire Department charges an out-of-city fee for services. This includes equipment, mileage, and personnel fees.
- All fire reports are held at Station #1. Fire reports will only be distributed to homeowners/renters or legal services and may be picked up during regular business hours.
- The open burning of materials in the City is controlled by Federal Regulation and State Statute. The City's ordinance 5.18.12-16 establishes specific details for the process of open burning on a day-to-day basis. The City's Central Dispatch Center issues permits and instructions.
- Arkansas Law prohibits most outdoor burning, but there are certain exceptions. Please contact the Fire Department for specifics.