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Mountain Brook Fire Department

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Mountain Brook Firefighters Local 1295 and Homewood Firefighters Local 1288 are joining with Tonya Jones SalonSpa and Cahaba Brewery for the 2019 version of Shave-A-Firefighter, which culminates with an event Dec. 6 at Tonya Jones SalonSpa. Read more

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Mountain Brook Fire Marshal Leland Rhudy and Rozetha Burrow, the police department’s business liaison officer, are leading courses that teach city employees how to respond to fires and active shooters. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

To some, it might just seem like a normal coin. But to members of the Mountain Brook Fire Department, the fire challenge coin stands for much more. Read more

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Photo by Ana Pridgen.

The city of Mountain Brook has set its budget at $40.5 million for fiscal year 2020. The budget received approval from the City Council at its Sept. 9 meeting and takes effect Oct. 1. Read more

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To help younger generations fight fire with knowledge, the Mountain Brook Fire Department is carrying on the tradition of teaching students fire safety. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The Spartan Shuttle will kick off on Nov. 5. Read more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The imminent arrival of cold weather means homeowners should take precautions to stay comfortable, reduce fire hazards and avoid unnecessary expenses, including broken pipes or excessive heating bills. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

Fire Chief Chris Mullins also presented his department's new challenge coins and discussed the symbolism in their designs. Read more

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Within Mountain Brook city limits, there are 807 structures containing about 1,600 businesses, all of which need to be up to code. Read more

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Lexi Coon.

Hosting the training in-house would save the city between $2,900 and $3,800 per year and the grant application would potentially pay for crosswalk countdown timers. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The city dedicated its new police and fire training facility to former Mayor Terry Oden, who served the city of Mountain Brook for over 20 years. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The Mountain Brook Fire Department named local girl Madelyn Hyde a hero for remaining calm and calling 911 when her father was having a medical emergency. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Mountain Brook firefighters give insight into their lives away from the station. Read more

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Yellow Dot program to help in accidents. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Ensley Darnall.

On the morning of April 14, Engine 2 pulled up to the home of Steele and Mary Jackson Darnall with sirens and lights going. Read more

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Rendering courtesy of Mountain Brook Fire Department.

Building also slated for use by Mountain Brook police officers. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

Firefighters from six Birmingham area fire departments attended the training on April 19. Read more

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Photo by Erica Techo.

Mountain Brook Fire Department executive officers will tell you the department’s most valuable resource is its employees. And now, they’re working to take better care of that resource. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

Mountain Brook Fire Department responded to the fire with the help of Vestavia Hills, Homewood and Rocky Ridge fire departments on the evening of March 7. Read more

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Mountain Brook Fire Chief Chris Mullins

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Mullins reflects on 1st year in role as MBFD’s chief. Read more

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