Cork County Council provides a fire and rescue service from 20 fire stations, which are located throughout the county. Over 200 trained fire fighters, who are members of the local communities in which they serve, are retained and on call to respond to varied emergencies which include fire incidents, road traffic collisions, weather induced events, hazardous material spills and assistance with medical emergencies. We respond to approximately 3,000 emergency calls each year across an area of over 7,300 square kilometres.
Cork County Fire and Building Control Department provides this service, in order to achieve the following objectives:
Assist the public in maintaining adequate fire safety in buildings
Ensure that building construction is in compliance with the building regulations
Prepare for major emergencies.
Our organisational structure is broadly made up of the following areas:
Major Emergency Management
Community Fire Safety
The Department is located at four regional offices:
South Division: Fire Administration Building (Headquarters), County Hall Campus, Farranlea Rd, Cork T12 R298. Phone: 021 4304077.
East Division: Midleton Fire Station, Market Green, Midleton, Co. Cork P25 FP21. Phone: 021 4635500
West Division: Bantry Fire Station, Wolfe Tone Square, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TD82. Phone: 027 50505
North Division: Mallow Fire Station, Limerick Road, Mallow Co. Cork P51 V189. Phone: 022 52700