Fire suppression services are provided from two fire stations, Fire Headquarters located at 31313 Brush and Fire Station Two located at 26339 John R.
Fire Headquarters is home to Engine 71, a 2007 Pierce 1250 gallon per minute pumper, Tower 71, a 1998 E-One 95-foot ladder truck, and Rescue 71, a 2015 Wheeled Coach Ambulance. In addition headquarters is home to the departments Haz-Mat trailer, and the reserve apparatus Engine 7X, a 2002 Pierce Quality pumper, a Rescue 7X, a 2009 Horton ambulance.
Operating out of Fire Station Two is Engine 72, a 2003 Pierce 1250 gallon per minute pumper, and Rescue 72, a 2011 Horton ambulance. Station Two also houses the department's Technical Rescue trailer.
In August 2002, voters in the City of Madison Heights passed the Fire Station Bond Proposal. This bond proposal provided $5.926 million to construct a new, state-of-the-art headquarters fire station and training tower at the corner of Brush and Irving. This new headquarters fire station contains a five-bay apparatus garage, a 1,200 square foot training room that can double as a public meeting room, and separate locker and shower facilities for male and female employees.
The training tower provides the Fire Department with many new training opportunities including a live burn room. The Fire Department moved into their new headquarters in June of 2004.
Fire Chief Greg Lelito and the members of the Madison Heights Fire Department wish to thank the residents for their continued support!