What Does Inman Community Fire/Rescue Do?
Inman Community Fire Department is a county funded ISO Class 3 fire department that employs 27 paid firefighters. 5 firefighters are employed for 24 hours per day. These paid personnel respond to 911 emergency calls across 27.6 square miles including fires, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, rescue emergencies, and citizen assists. With this in mind, Inman Community Fire/Rescue responds to approximately 1,100 incidents per year.
Our Mission Statement
Inman Community Fire/Rescue strives to serve and protect citizens to the best of its abilities. We aim to do this by producing efficient first responders, rapid response times, quality emergency medical care, swift rescue operations, and proactive fire prevention programs.