Bryan Fire Department is responsible for protecting the lives and property of approximately 73,000 residents within a 43.4 square mile area. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, vehicles and techniques, this "ISO class 2" Department maintains an average response time in Bryan of four minutes and forty-six seconds.
The main strength of this exceptional organization resides in the competence, dedication, and courage, of the men and women it employs. The Bryan Fire department has five fire stations and staffs five engine companies, one truck company, four advanced life support (ALS) ambulances, one battalion chief, and an EMS supervisor each day. Fire fighters are divided into three shifts that work 24-hour periods. All fire engines and ambulances are staffed with paramedics in order to provide ALS. The Bryan Fire Department maintains a Technical Rescue Team trained in water rescue, confined space, trench collapse, high angle, building collapse, and lost person / wilderness search that responds to calls throughout Brazos County and the Brazos Valley region.
Through the use of effective fire prevention, code enforcement, public education, and progressive emergency response techniques, the Bryan Fire Department continually strives to maintain the highest level of service to the City of Bryan and Brazos County.
The quality of any fire department is based on the quality of the personnel that it employs, and we simply have the best.