Welcome to the Covington Fire Department
The City of Covington is a dynamic and unique city rich with history and tradition and has a future that looks very bright. The Covington Fire Department has been a vital part of the City's past and will play an even greater role in providing safety for our citizens in the future.
The Covington Fire Department is a two-station department which contains a staff of 55 personnel consisting of 1 civilian, and 54 full-time State certified firefighters providing fire protection, advanced emergency medical services, haz-mat response, technical rescue operations, fire safety education, fire cause investigation and fire code inspections to a population of 15,000 over 15.45 square miles.
The Covington Fire Department is currently one of only six accredited agencies in the State of Georgia by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International, and also holds a current ISO rating of 2.
To be recognized as a leader in being a progressive Fire/Rescue and Emergency Service, dedicated to excellence in serving our community.
To provide quality and efficient Fire/Rescue and Emergency Services to residents and customers in the community.
Covington Fire Department Core Values
As a Fire/Rescue and Emergency Service, we value:
Covington Firehouse Gets TV Makeover
The “Hollywood of the South” tacked on another film credit in 2018 when the Netflix original series “Queer Eye” reached out to the Covington Fire Department to make over the Pace Street station's kitchen and dayroom.