Fire Department

Chief Moody

“Pride in Service”
I take great pride in welcoming you to the El Dorado Fire Department’s website.   We are a vibrant department that values our past, sees present possibilities, and embraces the challenges of the future.  We are committed to providing the Citizens of El Dorado with the best service possible.  

Please enjoy your visit and come back to see us soon.
ᵕFire Chief Steve Moody

The El Dorado Fire Department is responsible for the protection of the City of El Dorado, and contracts with the El Dorado Township, and the Western portion of Prospect Township.   Through these contracts the Fire Department is able to generate revenue worth over half of its annual operating expenses.  It also contracts to provide Hazardous Materials response to all of Butler County.   The Department takes pride in serving its jurisdiction, and providing the Citizens of El Dorado with an outstanding service  at a lower expense that would normally be found in a City of comparable size.

The El Dorado Fire Department provides a wide range of services which include:
  • A comprehensive fire inspection program of all commercial businesses that insures our community is a safe place to work, shop and live in
  • Community events (Health fairs, festivals, Safe Night Out, parades, etc.)
  • County-wide hazardous material response
  • Fire education and prevention programs
  • Fire origin and cause investigations
  • Fire suppression activities
  • Free blood pressure checks (At the Fire Department)
  • Medical emergencies response
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  1. Haverhill & 30th Street

    Early this evening El Dorado Firefighters were dispatched to Haverhill & 30th Street for a wild land fire. The first arriving crew knew right away that help was needed.   Crews from Burns and Towanda were requested. The three departments made a...

  2. Trench Collapse – Somebody Should Have Stopped It

    The trench was down the middle of the busy streets of Crawford Street and ended at the intersection of Santa Fe Street in Salina.  The depth of the hole along Crawford was approximately ten feet.  Deep enough that you could just make out the bobbing...

  3. Firefighters Donate Funds to YMCA Youth Program

    The El Dorado Firefighters made a donation of $500 to the YMCA Strong Kid’s Campaign. The picture below shows the firefighters presenting the check.

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