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12:23 pm 05/01/2016
Harrison Fire Department

The Fire Chief for the Harrison Fire Department is Marvin Holt, whose office is located at Fire Station #1, and can be reached at 870-741-6384 or by email at

The Assistant Fire Chief is Darrell Pace, whose office is located at Fire Station #1, and can be reached at 870-741-6384 or by email at

The Fire Prevention Division is headed by Battalion Chief/Public Safety Officer Clint Nichols, whose office is located in Fire Station #1, and can be reached at 870-741-9042 or by email at  Battalion Chief Nichols is responsible for all fire prevention activities, training within the department, and fire prevention inspections.

The Harrison Fire Department has a class 3 insurance rating and is composed of 30 full time firefighters and 5 part-paid firefighters.  The firefighters work 24 hour shifts, (on 24 hours, off 48 hours), with the exception of the Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, and Public Safety Officer.  The stations are manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year.

The Operations division of the Harrison Fire Department is divided in three shifts.  Each shift has a Battalion Chief, a Captain, two Lieutenants, and five Firefighters.

There are three fire stations in Harrison:  Station #1 is located at 120 South Spring (next to City Hall)  Station #2 is located on Industrial Park Road, and Station #3 is located on airport road at the intersection with Hester Drive.  Business  hours are from 8:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.  Our business phone number is 741-6384.

Outdoor burning is not allowed unless you have approval of the Harrison Fire Dept.  You can obtain a burning permit by going to your nearest fire station during business hours.  The weather conditions dictate whether or not we are issuing burning permits.  The only thing that you can burn inside the city is yard waste, limbs, leaves and grass clippings. 

 Building Safety

The Harrison Fire Department encourages everyone to look at the building in which they live, play and work in to make sure it is safe. To assist you in your inspection we have added a safety checklist for your home or work. Simply click on the following link for the appropriate form:
Residential Checklist                    Business Checklist

For safety prevention tips, click on this link:
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Hey, Kids...

Check out this cool website for fun facts, games, coloring and sticker sheets,  and more. 

There is also a section for parents to learn more about fire safety.  Ask them to visit this site with you and have fun learning all about fire safety.


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