It is with great pride that I welcome you to the Harrison Township Fire Department website. Officially established in 1945 the Harrison Township Fire Department has a storied history as a leader in the fire service. In 1972 The Harrison Township Fire Department became the first transporting paramedic agency licensed by the State of Michigan. Our department also established the first dive rescue team in Macomb County.

Today the tradition lives on. In addition to fighting fires Harrison Township Fire Department paramedics respond to over 1,500 EMS calls for help annually, and our dive rescue team serves the thousands of residents and visitors who enjoy Lake St. Clair each year.

As Fire Chief it is a privilege to work with the dedicated professionals that comprise the Harrison Township Fire Department. Together we are committed and honored to serve: Our family protecting yours.

Respectfully,

Michael J. Lopez
Fire Chief


Our Mission is to lessen the exposure of our community to the consequences of fire, medical, and environmental emergencies through prevention, planning and response.

Our Vision is one of a complete emergency services organization dedicated to Professionalism, Teamwork and Excellence.


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The citizens of the Charter Township of Harrison are valued customers of the services we provide. They deserve our best effort every time we respond to their aid. They are to be treated with dignity and professionalism at all times.

We believe that the Harrison Township Fire Department has a role in all programs that impact the safety of our citizens, visitors, property and environment. It is our responsibility to constantly improve existing programs and to look for additional means to lesson the risk to life and property within our jurisdiction.

Our employees are valued by the Harrison Township Fire Department as our most important resource. Their involvement in decisions that effect the organization is the best way to assure continued progress.

We believe that prevention efforts through public education, code development and enforcement, and community planning are the best ways to reduce the impact of fire, medical and environmental emergencies.
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