Dublin Fire Brigade is the largest full time brigade in the country. We provide a fire and emergency response service to 1.2 million people throughout the city and county of Dublin. We were founded in 1862 and are administered by Dublin City Council.
Dublin Fire brigade has 14 stations located across Dublin city & county. The headquarters is located in Townsend St in Dublin city, this is where the Chief Fire Officer is located and also the Fire Prevention Officers who look after fire safety in buildings to help stop a fire from happening.
We have 20 Fire Engines Turntable ladders Hydraulic platform plus 1 as backup 12 Ambulances Hazardous Materials Unit Incident Command Unit Marine Rescue Unit Highline Rescue Unit, Rescue Boats, Transport Vehicles, Brigade Support Units Marine Emergency Rescue Unit, Training units
14 Fire stations 900 Fire Fighters 24 hours a day 365 days a year... all the time
This ensures continuous protection for life and property.