• picture

    Latest Headlines picture

    The latest news releases and important information from Zachary Fire/Rescue

  • picture

    Cooking Safety Tips picture

    Cooking brings family and friends together, provides an outlet for creativity and can be relaxing. But did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries? By following a few safety tips you can prevent these fires.

  • picture

    Candles in the Home picture

    Candles are pretty to look at, but could pose risks if used improperly in the home. Use these tips to keep your family safe.

  • picture

    Smoke Alarms Save Livespicture

    Smoke alarms are an important part of a home fire escape plan. When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. Working smoke alarms give you early warning so you can get outside quickly.

Mission Statement

The men and women of the Zachary Fire / Rescue Department are committed to protecting the citizens of our community from the perils of fire, medical emergencies and other emergencies through progressive training, emergency response, prevention, education and community involvement.

Station Events

Information about scheduling station events and tours

helmet
Stations

picture

Station 81

4525 Main St.
P.O. Box 310
Zachary, La. 70791
ph: 225-654-0026, fax: 225-654-1914

picture

Station 82

2550 Flonacher Rd.
Zachary, La. 70791
ph: 225-654-1936, fax: 225-570-4618

   
Fire Prevention Clowns

The Zachary Fire Department's Rescue Clowns' main objective is to teach children the importance of fire prevention and show them the methods of fire safety. Within the month of October (Fire Prevention Month) our clowns go to community schools and give a fire prevention presentation to children from grades Kindergarten through 5th. Each year we have a different theme in which our presentation is based.

The basic knowledge of fire prevention and safety is very important to instill in young children that may be faced with an emergency situation at any time.

Pyro, Axe, Flash, and Blaze give an unforgettable demonstration that children can’t get enough of. Each year we return to the schools and the children remember the previous year's theme and the message the clowns deliver, and that means a job well done!

Our clowns consist of four fulltime firefighters: Captain Ronald “Pyro” Hives, Captain Tommy "Axe" Sims, Firefighter Danny "Flash" Reifer, and Firefighter Anthony "Blaze" Capone. We appreciate the time and effort they give in teaching children in our community fire prevention and safety.


If you would like our Clowns to do a Fire Prevention and Safety presentation at your school please use the following information.

Please include:

Your Name

Your School's Name

Grades....example K-5th

Number of students

Contact Name and Number

Date requested

To request more information, contact Karen Burdette Edwards