About us

We serve 35 square miles with an estimated population of 19,000 people. Moores Mill operates 4 stations.  We are dispatched by County Fire Dispatch which operates inside Huntsville-Madison County 911 center. This allows us to reduce response times since the person answering the 911 call, can also initiate a page to us, as they collect information from the caller using ProQA software.

Consisting of 34 members,  manning 4 main line engines (1 reserve engine), 4 responders, 1 rescue truck, 2 medics, and 1 command vehicle. We all come from different lines of work, from utilities worker, plumbers, nurses, 911 dispatchers, teachers, and many others. The members of Moores Mill Volunteer Fire Rescue are proud to serve with the up most professionalism.

Since 1977 the growth of our community with new neighborhoods and commercial businesses has increased our number of calls per year. Moores Mill responds to a diversified number of calls that include:

  • Fire Suppression

  • Emergency Medical Response

  • Rescue

  • Fire Prevention Education

  • Fire Safety Inspections

  • Service Calls (i.e. road obstructions, power lines down, natural disasters.

  • Hazardous Material Mitigation

  • Mutual Aid with Huntsville Fire, New Market, Meridianville, Hazel Green, Central, Killingsworth Cove, and Gurley Fire Departments on a day to day basis, and HEMSI on emergency medical services.

Department Core Values

  • Respect - For each other and the community we serve.

  • Integrity - In all actions and deeds, we will do what is right.

  • Accountability - We are accountable to each other and our community in all aspects of our duty.

  • Professionalism - We serve the community not in a position, but as a professional, as experts in our field.

  • Customer Service - We will always strive to exceed the expectations of our customers. We also understand that we have internal customers as well as external customers that we serve.