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An ISO Class 1 Department

City Information

  • Land area - 42.99 square miles
  • Resident population (2017 Special Census) –70,098
  • Estimated value of property in Franklin - $18.2 billion (taxable property)
  • Firefighters – 152
  • Administrative personnel – 18
  • Civilian personnel - 5
  • Firefighters per shift - 51 (minimum staffing - 40 per shift)
  • Number of paramedics - 48 

Fire Operations 2019

  • Total incident responses – 9,442
  • Medical and rescue responses – 6,074 (64%)
  • Average response time – 4:11 minutes

Fire Prevention & Community Risk Reduction 2019

  • Number of new construction inspections - 1,625
  • Number of existing building inspections - 647
  • 1st grade students educated - 1,066
  • 5th grade students educated - 974
  • People trained in CPR - 195
  • Child Passenger Safety Seat inspections - 387
  • Alarms installed - 311

 Budget 

  •  2019-2020 fiscal year budget (personnel, operations and capital) - $18,305,516

Equipment and Facilities

  • Stations - 8
  • Training center—1
  • Administrative office suite in City Hall—1
  • Engines—4
  • Ladders—3
  • Towers—3
  • Rescue (Quick Response SUV)—3
  • Rescue, medium—1
  • Air truck—2 
  • Brush truck—1
  • Boats—7
  • Hazmat response vehicle—1
  • Reserve engine—1
  • Reserve ladder—1
  • Training Center engine-1