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City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1

City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1 The City of Burton Fire Department is located in Genesee County Michigan. Station 1 is located in the south end of the city. City of Burton Fire Station 1 is located at the intersection of S.

Saginaw St. and E. Bristol Rd. in the south end of Burton. Station 1 is home to Engine 1, Ladder 1, and Squad 1. Station 1 currently has a staff of 9 personnel who are all on call firefighters.

Operating as usual

05/04/2022

Today on International Firefighters Day we would not only like to thank and show our appreciation to all City of Burton Firefighters, but to all of the firefighters around the world working under extreme conditions to do what at times can be a very extreme job. Day in and day out firefighters put it all on the line, including their own lives, to save the lives and property of people they may have never met or know. We ask that you, please take a moment to thank a firefighter for all they do.

God Bless

Photos from City of Burton Fire Department's post
04/24/2022

Photos from City of Burton Fire Department's post

A chance for some severe weather this afternoon into this evening. Have multiple ways to receive alerts, especially if y...
04/24/2022

A chance for some severe weather this afternoon into this evening. Have multiple ways to receive alerts, especially if you are making plans outside and away from home. Stay safe!

04/17/2022

Happy Easter from all of us!

04/01/2022

2022 First Quarter Run Statistics

03/11/2022
02/03/2022

Please take the time to clear the snow from around fire hydrants near you, it may save a life.

02/01/2022

A Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory are now in effect for Wednesday morning through Thursday evening across portions of Southeast Michigan. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 13 inches possible with localized totals up to 15 inches in the Warning area with slightly lower totals farther north in the Advisory. Stay tuned for forecast updates.

A Winter Storm Watch will be issued early Wednesday for our area. Keep an eye on the weather and road conditions if you ...
01/31/2022

A Winter Storm Watch will be issued early Wednesday for our area. Keep an eye on the weather and road conditions if you have to go out on Wednesday and Thursday. Stay safe!

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Wednesday morning through Thursday evening for portions of Southeast Michigan. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 14 inches possible. Stay tuned for forecast updates.

01/24/2022

Another round of light snow is forecast across Southeast Michigan on Monday

01/14/2022
We Thank you!!
01/09/2022

We Thank you!!

We want to say thank you and we appreciate all you do, to all law enforcement officers today!

12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from all of us! Stay safe and enjoy your day!

We Thank You Eastgate Baptist Church for the Operation Appreciation box.
12/24/2021

We Thank You Eastgate Baptist Church for the Operation Appreciation box.

Photos from City of Burton Fire Department's post
12/12/2021

Photos from City of Burton Fire Department's post

Congratulations Dewey!
12/05/2021

Congratulations Dewey!

11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us! Stay safe out there!

Just a friendly reminder, this Saturday starting at 5pm.
11/25/2021

Just a friendly reminder, this Saturday starting at 5pm.

11/17/2021
Thank you Gray’s Towing!
11/12/2021

Thank you Gray’s Towing!

We Thank You! Your sacrifice to this nation does not go unnoticed. Home of the Free because of the brave.
11/11/2021

We Thank You! Your sacrifice to this nation does not go unnoticed.

Home of the Free because of the brave.

Smoke Detectors Save Lives! Please do your part and make sure that you test often and change your batteries every 6 mont...
11/02/2021

Smoke Detectors Save Lives! Please do your part and make sure that you test often and change your batteries every 6 months. If you are a City of Burton resident in need of new smoke detectors, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our admin building. The phone number is (810)-742-2158

Strong work Burton Fire Department!!
Smoke Detectors Really Do Save Lives!

Without the working smoke detectors there is no doubt that this fire would have resulted in statistics that none of us want to report. Fortunately, everyone made it out unharmed and there were no injuries to firefighters.

At 01:58 hours on November 2, 2021 the City of Burton Fire Department was dispatched to a very well involved residential structure fire in a single family dwelling. The residents advised they had been sleeping when they were awaken by the smoke detectors going off in the home. As the residents arose from their sleep they found fire in the kitchen and evacuated. The smoke detectors that woke the residents had just been installed free of charge by the City of Burton Fire Department on July 7, 2021 as part of our smoke detector program. The department had installed 4 devices in the 945 square foot home, a smoke detector in each of the two bedrooms and a smoke/CO detector in the basement and the hallway on the first floor. It was most likely the smoke/CO detector in the hallway on the first floor that alerted the residents. Though the City of Burton Fire Department has had a long history of providing free smoke detectors to residents, we have had a partnership with MI Prevention since its inception. All of the detectors installed on July 7, 2021 were Kidde 10 year devices. Below is a still shot from the dash cam of the first arriving unit.

#SmokeAlarmsSaveLives #prevention #family #kids #educate #community

Thank you from all of us! We have exceeded our last year numbers with a new count of 355 trick-or-treaters this year!...
11/01/2021

Thank you from all of us! We have exceeded our last year numbers with a new count of 355 trick-or-treaters this year! A huge Thank You to Burton Biggby Coffee for the generous donation to help supply hot coffee along with the treats! 
Biggby Coffee Burton

10/31/2021

Stop by our station for a treat this evening. We will be at the station until 730pm!
Fresh hot coffee and apple cider while it lasts along with a a special treat from Biggby coffee! See you here!
Happy Halloween!

10/01/2021

The 3rd quarter of 2021 has been very busy for the City of Burton Fire Department. Year to date we have already responded to 50 more incidents than we did in all of 2020 and we still have one quarter to go.

Best of luck Assistant Chief Vogt! Thank you for all you have done!
09/30/2021

Best of luck Assistant Chief Vogt! Thank you for all you have done!

Our Assistant Chief, Mike Vogt has accepted a position as Chief for another department.
While we will miss his knowledge, skills and leadership, we are proud to have been a part of his journey.
Thank you for everything you have done for us, you will be missed.

A flood watch has been issued for our area effective 4pm today - 8am Thursday. 2-4 inches of rain is expected over the ...
09/21/2021

A flood watch has been issued for our area effective 4pm today - 8am Thursday. 2-4 inches of rain is expected over the next few days. If it’s safe to do so, checking your storm drains and making sure you’re culverts are clear are a couple of good ways to potentially prevent water from flooding over curbs and into your homes. If your home has a sump pump, make sure that it is ready and functional.

A strong cold front brings widespread showers/storms and cooler air later today. Rain will persist over the region into Thursday. Persistent and at times heavy rain has the potential to cause flooding in urban and poor drainage areas as well as river flooding.

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2033 E. Bristol Rd
Burton, MI
48529

Telephone

(810) 742-2158

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Thank you to our Station One veteran Kenneth Mcnally. Thank you for your service
Mission Accomplished! Thanks to the firefighters of City of Burton Fire Department, the fundraising goals for our dog park have been met. A big woof woof to the men and women of City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1, Burton Fire Dept. Station 2, Burton Fire Department Station 3 who not only love their community so much that they run into burning buildings they also are generous in their support of community projects. In total, we raised $10,000 for the dog park through grants, sponsorships, personal donations and gifts of materials and services. Our community has so much love for their pups. The next step is to move forward with fence installation. We are thankful for Alysia Burgio TV for covering the firefighters making the final donation. The grand opening ceremony will be at 11 AM on Saturday, October 3rd. https://nbc25news.com/news/local/10k-fundraising-goal-met-for-burton-dog-park
It's 12:38 am and the EDS Team for Canteen 5 is at Station 5. We cannot thank the City Of Flint Fire Department, City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1, City of Burton Fire Department and Genesee Township Fire Department Station 1 enough, for all that they have done this Hallows Eve! You guys rock!
Car fire at Maple and Center in Burton. Nobody was injured. City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1
Is there a burn ban for Burton today?
Atherton families: Stop in TODAY (sat 4/27/19) for an extra FUN Kindergarten/Preschool Round Up at Atherton Elementary 3444 S Genesee Rd. Burton! Kindergarten questions call 810-591-0604 Preschool questions call 810-591-KIDS(5437). You can also submit a preschool interest form online for any child under the age 5 at www.geneseepreschool.org
A day after his birthday, a 55-year-old man died in a mobile home fire in Burton. His neighbors, who are still in shock, are remembering his impact. City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1
Thank you for all the donations this holiday season! As a team we collected 11 coats for children! City of Burton Fire / Rescue Station #1
Heads up Burton!! If you can support the City of Burton Fire / this year, please do!!
I would like to thank Lt. Jeremy Scharrer for going above and beyond in making our Field trip to Burton Station 1 enjoyable. He not only taught us about fire prevention, but he made it fun for our little ones to learn. Thank you from Friel Early Childhood.