Fire Safety





How to Report a Fire or Incident

To report a fire or incident, please call 911 immediately.

Our fire department will respond promptly to ensure the safety of our community.


P.O. Box 448 Mulberry, Arkansas 72947
Phone: (479) 997-1321

In case of emergency, call 911.

Mulberry City Official Website

During high heat and dry conditions, a fire ban may be in effect. This means that fireworks, using fireplaces, and open burning of trash are not permitted. It is essential to check with the ARK INFOS on the fire ban status.

Statement From the Fire Chief:

As a longtime Mulberry resident, I value our department’s strong partnership with the city and its residents. It’s encouraging to see what we can accomplish working together. Over the years, we have ensured that our community stays safe and protected from fires. I am eternally grateful for the city’s and residents’ support in maintaining a safe and secure community. My department and I vow to continue to take our responsibility and privilege of protecting our city from fires and other incidents seriously. Together, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish.



Join Mulberry’s volunteer reserve firefighter force. Make a difference, protect the community, learn new skills, and make friends.
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Visit the Mulberry Fire Department blog to stay informed about fire safety in the city and enjoy exciting and informative content, including fire safety tips, behind-the-scenes footage, and frequently asked questions about firefighting in the community.
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The Mulberry Fire Department is dedicated to protecting the community through fire suppression, emergency transportation, and education. We are nothing without integrity, professionalism, respect, accountability, teamwork, dedication, and courage.
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The Mulberry volunteer fire department serves the community with events and classes. Click here to see what is new.

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The Mulberry Fire Department wants everyone to be safe. The following are some general fire safety precautions recommended for our community. We encourage you to take the time to review our recommended safety steps, as they can help you create a safer environment for yourself, your family, and your friends.
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Check out the Mulberry Fire Department photo gallery for a glimpse into the brave work of our firefighters. See them in action as they use their training and skills while battling blazes and protecting our community.
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