Nashville residents benefit from the best equipped fire department in Berrien County. The Nashville Fire Department is located at 404 W. Marion Avenue.
Outstanding response times and well qualified and dedicated volunteers make the Nashville Fire Department one of the best around. You can contact the Fire Department by calling (229) 686-2154 or in case of an emergency, dial 911.
Nashville Fire Chief Buck Warren – NFD since June 1977
Nashville Asst. Fire Chief Derek Joiner – NPD since Sept 1997
Steve Adams is our full-time firefighter & fire instructor.
Steve has been with the NFD since September 1999
Certified Firefighter 1&2
Fire Instructor Level 1
Fire & Life Safety Educator
Structure Fire Control Instructor
Pressurized Fire Container Instructor
Child Passenger Safety Seat Technician
The Nashville Fire Department Services Include:
Fire Fighting Education
CPR Education, classes scheduled as needed
Fire & Life Safety Education
Child Passenger Safety Seat Education, classes scheduled as needed
Fire Safety Inspections
For Burning Permits
Please call and check with the City of Nashville Fire Department before burning inside the city limits. (229) 686-2154
The Fire Department’s New Rescue Truck is now ready for calls. A $15,000 Local Assistance Grant was used to help purchase this new truck for the Fire Department. Two older fire trucks were sold to help offset the cost of the new Rescue Truck. Berrien County purchased the two older trucks for the West Berrien Volunteer Fire Department for $10,000. Berrien County then gave an additional $10,000 toward the purchase of this truck along with the $36,000 the City of Nashville put toward the purchase of this truck.