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1323 Alarms in 2017
1232 Alarms in 2016
1135 Alarms in 2015
1203 Alarms in 2014
1149 Alarms in 2013
1132 Alarms in 2012
940 Alarms in 2011
980 Alarms in 2010
965 Alarms in 2009 

Locations & Phone Numbers

Fire Station #1

53 South Street
Ortonville, MI 48462
Fax:  248-627-3181


Fire Station #2

3065 S. Sashabaw Road
Fax:  248-969-0777


First Station #3

5050 Oakwood Road
Fax:  248-236-8402

Manned Saturdays and Sundays

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


An emergency phone is located inside the front door and is accessible to the public at all times
Page last edited on February 7, 2018

Fire Department

Mission Statement

To provide the highest level of life safety and property protection through fire prevention, fire suppression, rescue, public fire and medical education, hazardous material incident mitigation, emergency medical services and other hazardous conditions as requested.

The citizens and visitors of Brandon Township are valued as customers for the services we provide.  They deserve our best effort every time we respond to their emergencies.  They are to be treated with dignity and professionalism at all times.


Administrative Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed Holidays

Please send all correspondence to:
53 South Street
Ortonville, MI 48462


Organizations and Affiliations

Brandon Fire Department is an active member of the North Oakland Mutual Aid Association, Oakland County Fire Chief's Association, MI-Mutual Aid Box Alarm System 3201, North Oakland Training Consortium, Michigan Fire Chief's Association, Michigan State Firemen's Association, Southeast Michigan Fire Chief's Association, International Association of Fire Chiefs, North Oakland HAZMAT team, North Oakland Technical Rescue Team, Oakland County Incident Management Team. 



If you are interested in attending a Skywarn training, please click on the link below for registration information.   If you have any questions about this training please call the Fire Chief for additional information.  248 627-4000 m-f 8-4.


Dry grass poses wildfire risk for outdoor burning

Contact: Jeffrey Vasher

Agency: Natural Resources

March 23, 2018

Home and property owners in much of the Lower Peninsula should avoid outdoor burning for the next few days because dry conditions could cause fire to spread.

Dead vegetation such as grasses, leaves and residual crops are dry and ignite easily, said Jeffrey Vasher, fire management specialist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Roscommon Incident Command Center.

“Everything right now is just so dry and dead from the winter,” he said. “It can burn quick and fast.”

The advisory applies to much of the state south of U.S. 10 to the state line, said Paul Rogers, fire officer supervisor in the DNR’s Plainwell office.

“There are going to be intermittent higher winds through the weekend,” Rogers said. “We’ve had several fires through the past days, and smaller structures have been lost.”

Rogers said it will be best to hold off burning until after rains arrive to soak the ground.

Those who plan to burn yard debris or other materials at any time should follow the burning rules of Brandon Township and the Village of Ortonville.