Williamson Fire/Rescue is a joint project under the Office of Public Safety, Emergency Management, and six non-profit fire service organizations. Williamson Fire/Rescue represents a unified fire service for the citizens of Williamson County.
Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, and Spring Hill have individual department operated and funded by the local municipality.
Fire protection in rural county areas are provided as a fire service system. A minimum of three stations are initially dispatched to an alarm of a structure fire. Our goal is to have a minimum of 6,000 gallons on water responding on the first alarm.
Fire protection in rural county areas are provided by a fully volunteer force of professional firefighters who have trained and work together to provide the very best fire service available at any given time. A portion of our stations are staffed with Resident Firefighters who live at the fire station and provide a minimum of 70 hours per week of station hour response availability. Many stations also have bed-halls available for additional volunteer professionals to spend available nights to answer calls for service.