Fire Department

Established in 1894, the mission of the Martinsville Fire Department is to protect and serve our citizens and visitors by safeguarding lives and property through fire suppression, emergency medical service, fire prevention and public education with efficient, effective and well-trained personnel.

Fire Chief Kevin Greene

Fire HeadquartersAs Fire Chief, I am honored to lead our firefighters/EMTs who proudly serve our community with a variety of services including, but not limited to, fire prevention and safety, fire suppression, rescue operations, basic life support and public education.

To better serve our growing community, our dedicated firefighters continually strive to enhance their skills through ongoing education and training. I want to thank our community for its continued support of our efforts and achievements. Under the leadership of Mayor Costin and myself, we will ensure our mission of providing for the safety and welfare of the public remains the Martinsville Fire Department's top priority.


  • Children at FirehouseEmergency Medical Services/Rescue Services
  • Fire Prevention
  • Fire Suppression
  • Public Education

Business Self-Inspection Program

Allows owners of low-hazard businesses to inspect their own structures to identify and eliminate common fire hazards; interested businesses should complete the Self-Inspection Form found here

Car Seat Inspection & Installation

In partnership with IU Riley Physicians, child safety seats can be inspected and installed at the Martinsville Fire Department by scheduling an appointment; appointments can be made by calling IU Riley Physicians at 765-342-0539.

Knox Box Program

Businesses and homeowners can utilize an outside safe mounted to the structure where keys are kept allowing firefighters access to buildings with only MFD personnel having a key to open the safe; call 765-342-2343 for more information or click here.

Fire Prevention Safety & Survival House

Fire Safety House is available for display at all schools or camps. This safety house is used to teach children in grades Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. If interested appointments may be made by contacting the fire department.

Smoke Alarms

The Martinsville Fire Department provides free smoke alarms and installation to those in need.

Project Lifesaver Program

Autistic children or other high-risk individuals who tend to wander can be registered for this program and be provided with a transmitter that public safety officials can use to find them. To register for the program, call: 317-919-4994

Staff & Equipment

  • Fire Vehicles 2An EMS Squad
  • A rescue squad
  • Six firefighters per shift work 24 hours on and 48 hours off
  • 20 career cross-trained fire and EMS personnel
  • One station with two engines
  • A ladder truck
  • A brush truck
  • A Kawasaki mule for wildland work
  • Two support vehicles
  • Two administrative vehicles

Additional Resources

Fire Vehicles 1Martinsville Fire Department on Facebook