Division of Fire & Rescue

Hampton Fire & Rescue is a combination department with more than 
270 full-time personnel supplemented by a contingent of volunteers under the direction of Interim Fire Chief Jason H. Monk. The division, whose volunteer service dates back to 1884, provides fire protection, emergency medical services and environmental protection for the city's 136,000 residents. Hampton has 11 fire stations strategically located throughout its 53-square mile border.

Services and Programs

The Division of Fire & Rescue prides itself on taking a proactive approach to community service, including: fire suppression, fire investigations, water rescues, fire prevention, code enforcement, and hazardous materials mitigation.

Key Links

Follow these links for more information on:

Hampton Fire Stations Citizens Fire Academy
Request a Public Education Visit Free Smoke Alarms
Ambulance Reports Staff Contacts
Fire Daily Call Logs
5-Alarm Festival & Chili Cook-off
Camp Fury/Camp Prospect EMS Cost Recovery

  1. Registration open for Fire's Camp Fury for young women, Prospect for young men

    March 1, 2018 - Registration is now open for Camp Fury for Girls and Camp Prospect For Boys. Read on...
  2. Fundraising calls are not coming from Hampton's Division of Fire & Rescue

    Jan. 24, 2018 - Residents are being warned about a rash of fake fundraising calls to citizens seeking donations on behalf of the Hampton Division of Fire & Rescue. Read on...
  3. Plan now to visit the 5-Alarm Fire Festival & Chili Cook-Off Oct. 7 from noon-4 p.m.

    Sept. 18, 2017 - Come out to Syms Middle School on Saturday, Oct. 7 to eat some great chili and benefit the Hampton Fire Department during the 5-Alarm Fire Festival & Chili Cook-Off. Read on...