Emergency Response & Special Operations

Emergency Response Bureau

Emergency Response provides the residents of Dallas with fire suppression and protection, emergency rescue capabilities, and emergency medical first responder services. A minimum of four firefighters respond on each fire engine and aerial ladder truck company. There are 57 fire stations located strategically throughout the city. These fire stations house 56 fire engines, 22 aerial ladder trucks, 5 aircraft rescue firefighting apparatus, 9 Booster pumpers, 1 Haz Mat Unit, as well as 40 front line Rescues and 3 Peak demand Rescues.

Robert Valles
Deputy Chief
Special Operations
Threat Advisory
The United States government's national threat level is Elevated, or Yellow. For all domestic and international flights, the U.S. threat level is High, or Orange.
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