Fire Department

Change the batteries in your smoke detectors annually!
Having a fire escape plan can save lives.

For emergencies call 9-1-1.

For non-emergencies and information, call (586) 756-2800.


Warren Fire Department Privacy Practices

Please Call:

  • For information on fire safety in the home, school or workplace.
  • To schedule fire prevention programs and classes for schools and other organizations; or fill out our form.
  • To request fire incident reports.

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Police & Fire Civic Service Commission – 2020 Meeting Dates

Department EMS Transport

In January of 2010, the Warren Fire Department reinstated EMS transport. The Fire Department does not bill Warren residents for EMS transport, instead billing their insurance company. For Warren residents, the Warren Fire Department accepts as payment in full whatever amount the insurance company will pay, with no deductible or co-pays. EMS transport has been a huge success, bringing in approximately $2.5 million a year.

Currently the Fire Department has an EMS transport vehicle operating out of all six stations. It is the first time in department history that the fire department has had six EMS transport vehicles in service on a daily basis.

WFD Adds New Trucks
In 2012 the Warren Fire Department purchased four new pumpers for the protection of citizens and property in the City of Warren. Four 1500 GPM Sutphen pumpers were added to the Warren Fire Department fleet to replace outdated pumpers. The new Sutphen pumpers have class A foam capability and give the department the ability to use class A foam to extinguish fires more quickly, while using less water. These pumpers are used as front line fire suppression response vehicles. The new pumpers are currently assigned to Stations 1, 2, 3, and 5.

Open Burning

  • There is no open burning allowed in the City of Warren.
  • Outdoor cooking fires in approved containers are allowed by city ordinance.
  • Fuel is limited to natural gas, propane and commercially available charcoal briquets.
  • NO WOOD COOKING FIRES are permitted.


The City of Warren has six fire stations serving the public 24 hours a day – 365 days a year.
Station #1 – 8321 9 Mile Road
Station #2 – 23293 Schoenherr Road
Station #3 – 23620 Ryan Road
Station #4 – 6361 Chicago Road
Station #5 – 29900 Hoover Road
Station #6 – 3090 12 Mile Road


Skip McAdams
Fire Commissioner
23295 Schoenherr Road, Warren, MI, USA
(586) 774-2120

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.