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Clanton Fire and Rescue Department

Fire Chief: David Driver
Readiness
The Clanton Fire Department currently has twenty-two on call members that answer an average of 1,500 calls annually. The department provides Advanced Life Support, Fire Suppression and Technical Rescue out of two stations. The department has three engines, one aerial apparatus and two Advanced Life Support units. The department currently has thirteen licensed emergency medical technicians, four of which are paramedics. The department also has several members that hold numerous certifications from the Alabama Fire College.

Station One
Clanton Fire Station One
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Station Two
Clanton Fire Station Two
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Mission Statement
The Clanton Fire Department is dedicated to providing public safety to our citizens that result in a better quality of life. As an organization and individual members, we strive to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Clanton, through safely and efficiently providing Code Enforcement, Public Education and Emergency Services. We will work diligently with harmony each day to provide the services we promote. We care about our customers, their property and each other. Our members are the avenue through which daily operations touch lives, reduce suffering and protect property.
History
The Clanton Fire Department was formed and the ordinance to create a fire department for the Town of Clanton was signed and adopted on November 24, 1922 by Mayor V.J. Gragg. The fire department at that time had three hand-pulled hose wagons, one of which is currently on display at Station One, and a larger horse-pulled wagon that carried ladders and other firefighting equipment. The first fire engine was an American LaFrance and was purchased in 1927. A picture of the fire engine and members of the department at that time is also on display at Station One.