Permission may be obtained free of charge via this online burn permit request form.. Permission will only be valid on the date it is given, and all burning on any other dates will require renewed permission.
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Burning is not permitted should it create a public nuisance. Rubber, tires, roofing, or any petroleum based substance shall not be burned. There is to be no burning when the wind is strong (as determined by the fire department). No burning when smoke drifts or blows onto highways or streets, to the extent that it creates a traffic hazard. There is to be no burning unless attended by a responsible adult. Please only burn during the daytime hours. To obtain a permit you can call 479-973-4801 after 8:00 am or drop by any fire station.
Applications are being accepted for the position of Firefighter at the Fayetteville Fire Department. To begin the process please click on:
Reports may be obtained free of charge at Fire Station #1, located at 303 W Center Street in downtown Fayetteville, Monday through Friday during business hours. Reports can also be emailed a report by filling out this request form
The City of Fayetteville has eight (8) fire stations including a facility at the airport that houses the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting apparatus; our training center is located on Borick Drive. The Fire Marshal’s office is located on South School Ave at the airport. Fire Stations.
Effective May 1, 2018, Fayetteville’s Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating is a Class 1
Code violations may be reported to the Fire Marshal by calling 479-444-3448 or filling out this violation form.
Tours of the fire stations are booked by filling out this request form or calling our Fire Safety Educator at 479-444-3448 during business hours.
The Fire Department provides fire extinguisher training, for more information visit the Community Education page or call 479-444-3448.