Welcome To
Hamburg Township
Fire Department

Mission Statement

The Hamburg Township Fire Department is a unique professional organizagtion that will safely and effectively respond to emergencies for the protection of life, property and the environment for those who live, work, visit or invest in our community.

Goal

Each firefighter shall strive to deliver the highest quality service through training, preparedness, planning, and prevention in order to ensure that our community maintains a high quality of life. Read more

  • 2016 Spring Yard Waste Burning Season
    April 1st, 2016 - May 31st, 2016

    The 2016 Spring Yard Waste Burning Season begins April 1, 2016 and ends May 31, 2016, The Fall Season begins October 1st and runs through November 30th. 

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    News & Events

    Learn about recent happenings and upcoming events with the Hamburg Fire Department. More


    FREE CPR/AED COURSE APRIL 20, 2016

    The Hamburg Fire Department will be hosting a FREE CPR/AED course for township residence on April 20, 2016. This event will be held at Hamburg Township Fire Station 11. (3666 E M36 Pinckney, MI 48169) The class will begin at 1830hrs and run until 2200 hrs. If you are interested please contact the fire department to register for the class. TX: 810.222.1100


    Are You A Person With Disabilities Or Special Needs?

    In an effort to strengthen Evacuation Preparedness in Hamburg Township, the Fire Dept. is requesting all township residents that may need special assistance to voluntarily self-identify themselves so that arrangements can be made to meet those needs in the event of any emergency evacuation. Click here to go through the Medical Alert Information Questionnaire to see whether you are a person needing special assistance in an emergency.

  • Meet Our Firefighters

    Take some time to meet the Hamburg firefighters who respond to your needs and help to keep our community safe. Coming Soon

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    Staying Safe - Safety Tips

    Are you taking the necessary steps to stay safe from fire and injuries?  Learn more safety tips here.

    • Change Your Clock and Change Your Batteries: Switching from EDT to EST is a good time to replace your smoke detector's batteries.
    • Inspector your fire extinguisher for pressure every month.