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Hoover Fire Department 

The 2018 Battle of the Badges vs. @HooverPD is set! July 25th. Information on the flier. Be sure to make an appointment and vote for YOUR @HooverFireDept
Help us win the battle and you might just save a life as well!

Congratulations are in order for Capt. Duane Prater being promoted to Battalion Chief today! He will assume duties of Battalion 1 on "A" shift.

A party was held at Station 4 today for Battalion Chiefs Neal DePiano and Jeff McAdams who retire at the end of the month. We wish them well as they start new chapters in their lives.

The Hoover Fire Department Technical Rescue Team (Alabama Heavy Rescue 5) is being deployed to Calhoun County, Alabama. Please pray for the safety of our personnel and hope that they find no loss of life during search and rescue operations.
Other crews from the metro area (Birmingham, Homewood, Vestavia Hills and Fultondale) have been deployed to the storm damaged areas as well.
The Alabama Mutual Aid System is a comprehensive plan to deploy necessary resources throughout the state, as requested and coordinated by state and local Emergency Management Agencies, during times of disaster. The system has been activated and help is on the way to the affected areas.

Today the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama presented a check for $950,000.00 to the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center to fund their efforts to end breast and other cancers! Again, the Hoover Fire Department and other Fire Departments in Alabama were a part of this fund raising effort.

City of Hoover Announces New Fire Chief

I am pleased to announce effective Friday, September 1, 2017 at 0800 hours, Battalion Chief Kevin “Clay” Bentley will assume the rank of Fire Chief with the City of Hoover Fire Department.
Please join me in congratulating and supporting Chief Bentley as he begins his new leadership role within our city.
Mayor Frank V. Brocato

Yesterday while doing fire extinguisher training with the employees at Homewood Suites in Riverchase, we made 3 new friends. Clay, Cole, and Kensi were visiting their grandparents who were staying at the hotel. Clay and Cole decided to join in on the training. Kensi was ok with just watching. We enjoyed making new friends. It made our day!

Operations Chief Rick L. Patterson retired as of August 1st. He spent 42 years in the fire service with 32 years of those with the Hoover Fire Department. Congratulations Chief Patterson!

Southland Drive from earlier.

Hoover Country Club

Truck 4 in service on new apparatus at 1600 hours on July 24, 2017!

Members from B-shift at Stations 4, 7 and 10 train today on aerial operations with the new Truck 4 recently received from E-One and sold by Sunbelt Fire Apparatus. E-One representatives are here training all shifts on all the features and capabilities that are part of this new state of the art apparatus that will serve the citizens of Hoover!

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