The Lenoir City Fire Department is composed of two executive officers Chief Richard Martin and Deputy Chief Tony Brock and Seventeen full time firefighters. Fourteen part time firefighters fill in shifts that come open due to vacation or sickness and assist in fire suppression activities.
Equipment used by the Lenoir City Fire Department include a 2000 E-One custom spec 1500 g.p.m rescue engine , a 1994 Pierce 1250 g.p.m. engine, a 1994 Pierce 1500 g.p.m. 75 foot aerial, a 1977 4×4 Dodge with an American LaFrance body used as a squad truck, a 1972 Mack 1000 g.p.m. engine and as a reserve engine a 1952 American LaFrance 1000 g.p.m. engine.
Our total departmental calls per year average 1200 calls, approximately sixty percent are in the form of emergency medical calls where we provide first responder skills to the patient until Rural Metro ambulances are on the scene. The remainder of the calls are split between public assists, structure fires, vehicle fires and wash downs.
The Lenoir City Fire Department offers safety programs at each station and to organizations year round. Contact the station to schedule an appointment. We provide fire safety talks and demonstrations during Fire Safety Week at Lenoir City schools.