The Marshfield Fire Department was established in 1926 as a volunteer Fire Department and remains so to this day, with the exception of Chief Michael Taylor, who is a full-time paid employee. The City of Marshfield has attained a Class 4 ISO rating.
The Department maintains two firehouses, and a fleet of six vehicles. The fleet includes two engines, a 77’ aerial truck, a heavy rescue, a light rescue, and a squad truck. The Department currently consists of 38 certified volunteers who consistently participate in ongoing training.
The Department provides the following services: fire suppression, fire prevention, technical rescue, public education, emergency management response, advanced life support, emergency medical treatment, and EMS training.
For emergency services, call 911. For non-emergency services, call 417-859-0884.