Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Fire and EMS includes four fire stations inside of Hopkinsville city limits and Emergency Medical Services for Christian County.
The Hopkinsville Fire Department strives to preserve the lives and property of our citizens and visitors through fire prevention and suppression, rescue, emergency medical care, Haz-Mat incident mitigation, and public education.
We are dedicated to maintaining an elite, highly trained workforce unwavering in its commitment to providing professional, reliable service to our citizens in any emergency situation.
Be Nice – We deliver competent, confident service without overlooking our duty to “be nice”.
Respect – We treat all persons with respect.
Ambassadors – We serve as trusted community ambassadors through dedicated public service.
Versatile – We stand versatile and vigilant in our efforts to provide the highest quality of service to our citizens and members.
Ever Ready – We remain ever ready and prepared to meet and mitigate emergencies whenever called upon.
|Fire Chief / EMS Director||Steve Futrell|
|Deputy Chief of Operations||Bill Pyle|
|Deputy Chief of Training||Phillip Ferguson|
|Battalion Chief / Battalion 1||Spencer Wood|
|Battalion Chief / Battalion 2||Chip Renshaw|
|Battalion Chief / Battalion 3||Michael Henderson|
|Chief Inspector / Fire Marshall||Chad Sivills|
|Public Information Officer||Michael Pendleton|
|Administrative Assistant||Cathy Osteen|