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Tuesday - 07/23/2024
Byron Municipal Complex

401 Main Street | Byron, GA 31008

478-956-3600 | Fax: 478-956-5299

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

For after hour emergencies or service interruption please call


Byron Fire Department Operations

The Byron Fire Department (BFD) office hours are generally from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. but it is not uncommon for the office to be closed because personnel are on a call or conducting fire prevention inspections. If you get a recording when you call, leave a message and your call will be returned. If you plan to contact the Byron Fire Department in person, call for an appointment prior to your visit.

Byron BFD responds to fires within six square miles of its fire station at 103 Ga. Hwy. 49 in Byron near Main Street. Fire calls are dispatched by the Emergency 911 system.

In addition to our primary role of safeguarding the lives and property of our residents and visitors, BFD personnel accomplish a host of other services that enhance the quality of life in Byron.

If you have any questions, suggestions, and/or comments regarding the services provided by the Byron Fire Department, please do not hesitate to call the office or send an email note.

Quick Facts about Byron BFD

• 25 Professional Firefighters

• 3 Engines

• 2 Trucks

  • Byron Fire Department
  • 103 GA Highway 49 South
  • Byron, GA 31008
  • Byron, GA 31008
  • Phone: 478-956-3611

  • Josh Riley, Chief
  • Contact by Email

Our Equipment


Is a 2002 purpose-built fire truck and is our first due apparatus to all incidents within the city limits.


Is a 2000 fire truck and is our second due engine to fire-related incidents.


Is a 1989 fire truck and is our reserve engine.


Is a 2017 4x4 engine that is designed for off-road wildland and urban interface firefighting.

Truck 1

Is a 1992 purpose-built ladder truck with a 75-foot ladder and is our first due ladder truck to all incidents within the city limits.

Truck 2

Is a 1995 purpose-built ladder truck with a 100-foot tower ladder and is our second due ladder truck to all incidents within the city limits. This truck was obtained from Robins Air Force Base at no cost to city tax payers thanks to a Department of Defense program.