The mission of the Hannibal Fire Department is to provide the best emergency service possible, through constant training, professional leadership and dedication, and to minimize the loss of life or property resulting from fire, medical emergencies, accidents, hazardous materials, and other disasters.

      The professional firefighters of Hannibal are proud to serve the citizens and visitors of "America's Hometown" as well as its surrounding communities through mutual aid agreements. As part of this duty, the Hannibal Fire Department (HFD) strives to progressively grow and evolve to meet and exceed the demands of changing times and technological advancements. HFD provides a broad range of modern prevention, education, and protection services which are supported by three fire houses that are staffed twenty-four hours a day. In an attempt to further satisfy the needs of the public, this web site was designed and established to offer another channel through which HFD can deliver additional information and services that are accessible on a twenty-four hour a day basis. Please take the time to visit the variety of pages that are available to you within this web site. If at any time you should have questions or would like to simply make a comment, HFD encourages you to Contact Us. Thank you for visiting the Hannibal Fire Department Web Site, we appreciate the opportunity to serve you!

     We will always be here for you, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, three-hundred and sixty-five days a year. Rest assured that, no matter the time of day, the Hannibal Fire Department stands ready to quickly respond and effectively mitigate any emergency in our community. This comprehensive protection of life and property is only made possible through your support. Thank you for entrusting us with this privilege.
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Administration Building
Located at 2333 Palmyra Road

Originally constructed in 1953.

Remodeled 2010

Personnel: Administration 
Station One
205 South Fourth Street

Constructed: 1967

Remodeled: 2006/2007

Companies: Command, Rescue, Ladder
Station Two
1383 30th Street

Constructed: 1989

Remodeled: 2007

Company: Engine
Station Three
3300 Arapaho

Constructed: 1968

Remodeled: 2009

Company: Engine, Ladder