Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The City of Statesboro prohibits outdoor burning without a permit.
If you live inside the City Limits of Statesboro, you need to contact the Statesboro Fire Department at (912)-764-3473 to request a permit or submit a request online at statesborofd.com. Please state the location and materials to be burned when calling. Someone from the Statesboro Fire Department will come to the location and determine if a permit can be issued.
There is no charge for a burn permit.
• Burning is limited to yard debris only (i.e., leaves, pine straw and fallen dead limbs) from 10 AM to 6 PM or at sundown (whichever comes first).
• All fires must be extinguished and completely out and after 6 PM or by dark.
• Examples of illegal burning include construction materials and garbage.
• Always have a working water hose nearby.
• Fires must be 50 feet from all structures and 10 feet from property lines.
Yes. Please contact the Statesboro Fire Department at (912)-764-3473 for details.
Generally, it will take an average time of 48 hours for reports to be processed. Due to the nature of investigations, some reports may not be readily available. Contact the Statesboro Fire Department at 912 764-3473 or submit a request online at statesborofd.com.
Any official documentation can be provided at Statesboro Fire Department Station 1 on 24 West Grady Street. Contact our office during office hours Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm at 912-764-3473.
No. Please contact the City of Statesboro Water Department at (912)-764-5468 for assistance.
No. The Fire Department is supported by taxes and there are no additional charges.
The Statesboro Fire Department provides and installs smoke alarms at no cost to residents within the City of Statesboro that do not have smoke alarms in their homes and cannot afford to purchase them. For more information, please Contact the Statesboro Fire Department at 912 764-3473 or submit a request online at statesborofd.com.
ISO (Insurance Services Organization) is an independent statistical, rating, and advisory organization that serves the property & casualty insurance industry. ISO collects information on a community’s public fire protection and analyzes the data using a Fire Suppression Rating Schedule. ISO then assigns a public protection classification from 1 to 10. Class 1 represents the best public protection and Class 10 the worst or no protection. Home Owners and Fire Insurance premiums are based on the ISO Classification. See our ISO Information page for more details.
Statesboro Fire Department has earned an “ISO Flat Classification 2”, effective September 1, 2019. This improvement means properties, regardless of their proximity to a creditable water source, located within 5 road miles of a Statesboro Fire Station or a Bulloch County Fire Station which provides “Automatic Aid” to the Fire District will all be eligible for the benefits of the Class 2 rating starting September 1st, 2019.
For more details, see our ISO Information page.
Yes, you will need to schedule group tours. Contact the Statesboro Fire Department at 912 764-3473 or submit a request online at statesborofd.com.