The Hutchinson Fire Department is proud to be an "all hazards" emergency service. It offers experienced, trained, and equipped crews to effectively deal with all fire, medical, man made, and natural disaster emergencies that occur within its response area.Our service is comparable to those of large city fire departments in that services rendered to the community include quality fire prevention, code enforcement, public education programs, origin and cause fire investigations, effective and efficient fire suppression, basic emergency medical tandem response, hazardous material mitigation, command teams and technical rescue.
Our crews respond from 6 fire stations, utilizing 22 emergency vehicles and 7 staff support vehicles. All are strategically spread among the 6 fire stations for suppression operations and emergency response. Response territory covers 108 square miles, protecting approximately 46,000 citizens. The Hutchinson Fire Department also provides mutual aid response to all of Reno and Rice Counties, and to portions of Harvey, Kingman, Stafford, and Barton Counties. The mutual aid area encompasses just over 2,000 square miles.