Fire Department COVID-19 Information & Updates

The Mansfield Fire Department is here to serve our citizens, businesses and visitors during these unprecedented times. Unfortunately we must alter some of the services and functions we provide until this current situation improves.Mansfield Fire-343_logo

We must ask the public not to come to the fire stations for tours, events or other needs, UNLESS it is an emergency. We have postponed all appearances at events. We are taking these drastic measures to reduce the exposure to our firefighters so they can remain healthy and respond to any calls for service.

The Fire Administration is open to support the firefighters and assist with anything we can. The Fire Marshal’s office will not be conducting annual fire inspections but is working to keep inspections related to construction moving forward.

If you have any flu-like symptoms and need an ambulance, please inform the dispatcher so we may take appropriate precautions. If you feel sick, please contact your physician.

If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 - and call 911 - please let the dispatchers know.

- Fever

- Shortness of breath

- cough

The answers to those questions determine what level of protection your firefighters/paramedics will wear.

For information on the City of Mansfield’s response to COVID-19, please go to the main City COVID-19 webpage for all the most up-to-date information.