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AAFD has 72 firefighters assigned to three shifts. Firefighters work a 24-hour shift that starts at 7:00 AM and goes until 7:00 AM the following day. Firefighters are then off-duty for 48-hours. Minimum daily staffing is 18 personnel assigned to five stations.

​Station 1111 N. Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI  48104​
Station 3​2130 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor, MI  48103​
Station 4​2415 Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI  48104​
Station 5​1946 Beal, ​Ann Arbor, MI  48105​
Station 6​1881 Briarwood Circle, Ann Arbor, MI  48108​

Naloxone/Narcan Kits

The fire stations have free naloxone/Narcan kits funded by State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services - Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness. You must be over the age of 18 to request. Residents are encouraged to stop by Station 1 if feasible. 

ISO rating

Insurance Services Office (ISO) Rating: 2

ISO's Public Pro​tection Classification (PPC™) Service gauges the capacity of the local fire department to respond if flames engulf a property.

ISO collects information on a community's public fire protection and analyzes the data using their Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS). They then assign a Public Protection Classification from 1 to 10. Class 1 generally represents superior property fire protection, and Class 10 indicates that the area's fire-suppression program doesn't meet ISO's minimum criteria

Basic life support

AAFD is licensed through the Michigan Department of Community Health Emergency Medical Services Section as a transport Basic Life Support (BLS) service agency. The fire department currently operates one BLS ambulance out of Fire Station 1. All other staffed apparatus are licensed as BLS non-transport. 

AAFD personnel are licensed Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and have completed nearly 200 hours of classroom instruction, in addition attending to clinical shifts working in an emergency room and on an ambulance. Firefighters are able to perform emergency medical interventions such as blood glucose testing, advanced airway management via esophageal-tracheal intubation, and administration of epinephrine (via auto-injector) for severe allergic reactions.

Advanced Life Support (ALS) transport services are provided by Huron Valley Ambulance. HVA staffs its ambulances with paramedics who are capable of even more advanced pre-hospital emergency medical care.