Hot Springs Village has four fire stations located throughout the Village. There are 18 paid firefighters who work 24-hour shifts, in three shifts, each shift working ten days a month. There are also up to 30 volunteer firefighters that assist the fire department.
The Hot Springs Village Fire Department service area is approximately 26,000 acres inside the Village. They also assist the surrounding volunteer fire departments under a mutual aid agreement.
The fire department provides extrication assistance to the Hot Springs Village EMS service for accidents inside the Village and for northern Garland and northwest Saline County upon request.
The Village Fire Department currently maintains a Class 4 rating from the Insurance Service Office (ISO). The ISO rating is a factor in determining the cost of insurance to be paid by property owners. The lower the number, the higher the rating. Click here to connect with the Fire Department on Facebook.
The Village is currently a Firewise certified community.
The Firewise program is a fire prevention concept in which an entire community is encouraged to plan, construct, and maintain residences in such a way as to reduce the danger from wildfire. This program is designed to educate developers, builders, governmental entities, and homeowners in techniques that are effective in accomplishing a safer community.
Assessment of Village homes is complete and the Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, Community Wildfire Protection Plan has been written.
In an emergency, please dial 911
Balboa Fire Station
415 Ponce de Leon
Coronado Fire Station
431 Balearic Road
Cortez Fire Station
110 Cortez Road
DeSoto Fire Station
115 Calella Road