Fire Department

Welcome to the Branson Fire & Rescue Home Page!  We encourage you to browse our web site and see how our firefighters are “Fully Involved” at the Fire Department, with their Families, and in Our Community.

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to compassionately provide fire and rescue operations, risk reduction services, and emergency preparedness to the Branson Community.     

Vision Statement

Our Vision is to achieve excellence through accreditation.

Your Branson Fire Department

The Branson Fire Department was organized shortly after incorporation as a City in 1912.  The first ordinance on record for the fire department was documented in 1913 describing the duties of a Fire Warden.  The City purchased its first motorized fire apparatus in 1927.  The fire department was staffed by community volunteers for most of these years.  In 1993 the first six career firefighters were hired to serve the community.

Today, Branson Fire Rescue is a full service fire department operating from three fire stations.  Each of the fire stations are budgeted to have four personnel on duty each day.  This includes a Fire Captain, an Engineer, and two Firefighters.  This provides staffing for two Fire Engines and a Ladder Truck staffed 24 hours a day.  These crews work a 24 hour shift on duty with 48 hours off.  The Fire Department is supported by a Fire Chief, Division Chief - Operations including a Battalion Chief of Operations and a Battalion Chief of Training & Safety plus a Division Chief – Technical Services and a Fire Marshal.  Our ISO Protection Rating is a Class 3.

Please take a moment to navigate through our Fire Department Home Page to learn more about the specific Divisions of the Fire Department and the services offered by our personnel and resources available to you.


Engine 1, Engine 10,
Rescue 1, Historic Pump 3
1105 West Highway 76
(417) 243-2785
Truck 2, Truck 20, Rescue 2,
Decon 1, Tech Rescue Trailer
251 Branson Meadows Drive
(417) 243-2770
Engine 3, Engine 30
Water Tender 3, Rescue 3
3500 Keeter Street
(417) 243-2760

Honor Guard
Scott Fire Challenge
  1. Chief Martin

    Ted Martin

    Fire Chief

  2. Branson Fire Rescue

    Physical Address
    110 Crosby St.
    Branson, MO 65616


    Clearly State Your Name, Address, Nature Of Emergency

  4. Fire Administration

  5. Fire Inspections

  6. Emergency Management

  7. Communication Center Non-Emergency