Madisonville Fire Department
The Madisonville Fire Department is led by Fire Chief Greg Brasher. Chief Brasher began his career with department on January 13, 1992 and was sworn in as Chief on September 2, 2014 by Mayor David Jackson.
Ray Wyatt is the Assistant Fire Chief. Ray began his career with the department on November 3, 1991 and was sworn in as the Assistant Fire Chief on May 2, 2013 by Mayor David Jackson.
The Madisonville Fire Department is a fully paid department that operates 4 fire stations with 61 members and a fleet of 15 vehicles. Station 1, located at 98 East Center St., is considered the headquarters station with offices of the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Division, and the Training Officer, in addition to fire suppression forces. MFD maintains firefighters on duty at each station 24 hours per day. There are three shifts that work 24 hours each and are on a unique rotation to ensure around the clock fire protection and rescue services to the citizens of Madisonville.
Copies of fire reports and other standard administrative matters may be obtained during regular office hours which are 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
Have you always wondered what it would take to become a Madisonville Firefighter? Careers with the Madisonville Fire Department focus on Safety, Service, Education, and Tradition. Firefighter careers are also very Rewarding. Download this full color brochure to learn more about how you could begin a career with the Madisonville Fire Department.