MFD asks residents to “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen” duringFire Prevention Week in Midland October 4 – 10 by learning about and practicing fire safety in the kitchen. Check out the video series below to get tips for safe cooking practices, what to do if a fire happens in the kitchen, and more.
For more information on Fire Prevention Week, visit www.nfpa.org or search #FirePreventationWeek on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Midland Fire Department Vision
To be a professional fire service leader, committed to high performance standards, that serves and provides a safe community for all.
As dedicated professional fire fighters, we serve and provide a safe community for all. We will maintain the highest level readiness, providing life safety, property conservation, and fire prevention services; demonstrated through progressive training, quality equipment, and fire safety education.
The City of Midland Fire Department operates at a strength of 45 members and serves a population of over 40,000 citizens. The department operates from three stations that provide services to a geographical area of over 36 square miles, including residential, business, and industrial complexes.
All of our personnel receive continuing education. Training is one of our leading priorities, as it refines our firefighter skills and enhances the safety of our citizens.
If you would like more information on the Midland Fire Department please feel free to contact our headquarters station.