Mission Statement: The primary mission of the Saraland Fire-Rescue Department is to provide a range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants and visitors of the City of Saraland from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies or exposure to dangerous conditions created by either man or nature.
The Saraland Fire Department started out as a Volunteer Department when the City incorporated in 1957. As the City grew there became a need for a paid professional department. In January of 1968 Glyn Stevens became the first professional paid firefighter in the City of Saraland. In 1975, the need for emergency medical care in America was placed on the shoulders of Fire Departments nationwide. The City fathers had the foresight to provide paramedic services to our citizens making Saraland a step above the rest. For over 40 years, we have worked diligently to serve the needs of the City. We've been successful in keeping up with the changes made in equipment and technology allowing us to provide the highest quality of service. Please feel free to contact me or any member of the Fire Department if we can help you in any way.
Message from The Chief
ADEM Burning Ban
To assist in meeting regional air quality standards the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) implements summer open burning bans from May 1st thru October 31st in twelve Alabama counties: Baldwin, DeKalb, Etowah, Jefferson, Lawrence, Madison, Mobile, Montgomery, Morgan, Shelby, Russell and Talladega Counties.
What is banned? The open burning of untreated wood from construction or demolition and the open burning of vegetation from clearing or maintaining non-agricultural property. “Prescribed burning of agricultural or forest lands for silvicultural, agricultural or wildlife management purposes is allowed under the AFC Burn Permits for these counties.”
For more information contact Lud Hoffmann at 334-271-7879