DEPUTY DIRECTOR: Bobby Jones
ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF: Jonn Johnson
The Malden Fire Division is dedicated to protecting lives, property, and the environment.
By delivering fire suppression, emergency medical, disaster management, fire prevention, and public education services by professionally trained, dedicated personnel.
The Malden Fire Division has one full-time engineer and thirteen full-time DPS engineers, and six of the the DPS engineers are firefighters. The department also is assisted by seventeen on-call firefighters, who are called upon to assist in fire responses. The Fire Division's also services an area outside our city limits, see map below.
The Fire Service Area Fee is an option for residents living in a specified area around Malden. Currently if the Fire Department responds to a fire outside the City Limits of Malden, the owner of the property is billed $1,000.00 for our fire service. Residents living in the specified area will be able to pay an annual fee of $100.00 and if records show that the fee for the property has been paid then the owner will not be billed $1,000.00. The annual service period is from January 1 to December 31.
NOTE: This agreement does not guarantee, require, or obligate the City of Malden Department of Public safety to respond to any call outside of the corporate limits of the City of Malden. Responses to service calls outside the City of Malden are subject to personnel and equipment availability and other factors that may or may not be within the control of the Department. No preference in response shall be given based upon this Agreement.Station One is located at 2999 North Douglas Street and Station Two is located at 607 E. Laclede Street.
The Malden Fire Division has a variety of equipment to protect the Citizens of Malden and the surrounding area. Some of the equipment owned is one mid-ship 1,250 GPM pumper/rescue truck with extrication equipment, one utility truck with rescue equipment, one tanker truck with 750-GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank, one pumper with a 1,250 GPM pump, and one walk-through 1250-GPM pumper truck with 1000-gallon tank.