The Liberty Fire/EMS Department is responsible for providing fire protection and emergency medical services to area citizens and patrons.
The Liberty Fire Department is responsible for providing both fire and emergency medical services (EMS). The Fire Department also conducts fire inspections of local businesses and schools within the City as well as hosting various educational fire safety programs.
The department staffs professionally trained firefighters who are either EMT or paramedic certified.
Due to the locations of the fire stations, the number of trained staff, and an average response time of 5 minutes and 42 seconds, the City of Liberty has earned an Insurance Services Offices (ISO) Rating Classification of two for the City. The ISO rating is important because it impacts the amount that individuals have to pay for homeowner’s insurance.
For questions or inquires about ambulance billing please call 800.244.2345.
By the Numbers in 2022
Total calls: 6,070
3,609 patients transported to area hospitals, 206 of them emergent
Average response time: 6 minutes 44 seconds (national average is 7 minutes)
Mutual aid: 315 mutual aid calls given – 320 mutual aid calls received