We are a 24 hour, 365 days a year emergency response service.
We provide a wide range of safety initiatives and enforce fire safety legislation. To help us do this, we have:
- 29 fire stations
- a training centre in Stevenage
- our headquarters in Hertford.
We're part of the Hertfordshire County Council Community Protection Directorate (CPD) which is made up of:
- Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue
- Hertfordshire Trading Standards
- Hertfordshire Resilience
- Hertfordshire County Community Safety Unit.
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Fire station open days
The open days this year are now finished.
We'll list next year's open days early in 2018.
At a fire station open day you can have a look round a fire engine, watch a ‘cooking oil fire' demonstration or see someone rescued from a car.
Some open days also include:
- a teddy bear 'parachute drop' from the top of the drill tower (bring your own teddy)
- other specialist emergency vehicles and services
- smoke experience
- Reqs the fire investigation dog
- stalls, food and entertainment.
Not all open days have the same activities and some depend on the weather.
On occasion an event may be cancelled without prior warning.
Please do contact the fire station direct before travelling.
You can also stay up to date with Fire and Rescue updates on Twitter.
Get in touch or raise a concern
You can get in touch with us by using our comment, compliment or complain form.
If you have concerns about;
- the safety of a business premises and would like to notify us, or
- you would like to submit a planning consultation.