The operations division is divided into three 24 hour shifts. Each shift is managed by a Fire Service District Chief. This District Chief oversees three Fire Stations.
The Saraland Fire Rescue Department has an impressive fleet of vehicles thanks to Federal Grants and the cooperation of our elected officials that value Saraland's Public Safety departments. Units Include:
•2009 E-One Typhoon Pumper This is an E-One Typhoon Pumper. This apparatus has a 1000 gallon tank, 1250 GPM pump and hydraulic ladder rack.
•2004 KME Pumper This pumper is located at Station #1. It has a 750 gallon tank, 1500 Gallon Per Minute Pump, on board generator, light tower, and a full complement of EMS equipment.
•2004 KME Rescue/Hazmat Truck This vehicle is assigned to Station #3. It is a state of the art apparatus with on board computers, chemical identifiers and detectors, decontamination equipment and a full assortment of tools to deal with the highly specialized field of hazardous material containment.
1999 KME Ladder Truck This vehicle is assigned to Station #1. This apparatus has a 75 foot ladder for rescue and elevated water stream applications. Vehicle has an on-board 40 KW generator, 400 gallon tank and a 1500 GPM pump.
•1989 Sutphen Pumper This pumper is assigned to Station #2. It has a 750 gallon tank, 1500 Gallon Per Minute pump and a full array of EMS equipment.