The Irmo Fire District, founded in 1963, is a special purpose district providing fire rescue services to approximately 33 square miles, comprising of two counties and one municipality with a population of approximately 46,000-50,000 citizens. Services to include fire suppression, auto extrication, swift water rescue, rope rescue and first responder care are provided by use of three fire stations. The Irmo Fire District fleet is comprised of six front line apparatus (1 Ladder Company, 2 Engines and 3 Command Vehicles), 1 Swiftwater rescue truck/boat, 1 off road 6×6 brush unit, 2 reserve apparatus, 1 squad (SUV) unit. The district is staffed by 24/7 365 by 43 career personnel, to include a Fire Marshal, Assistant Chief of Operations, Assistant Chief of Administration and Fire Chief, all who answer on average 4800 calls for service annually. Each shift is staffed with nine firefighters, three captains and one battalion chief whom work a 48/96 work schedule.
Assistant Chief of Administration
Assistant Chief of Operations
Irmo Fire District
The Irmo Board of Fire Control meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm. The Irmo Fire District’s Headquarters station is located 6017 St. Andrews Road. The meetings are always open to the public.
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