The Hartford Fire Department is a highly trained, culturally diverse, ISO Class 1 agency dedicated to preventing and minimizing the loss of life and property, for the protection of the residents, business community, visitors of the City of Hartford, and its regions.
We accomplish this through professional, high-quality, efficient response in the areas of fire, EMS, technical rescue, hazardous materials, fire prevention, and public education.
The Hartford Fire Department (HFD) provides Fire and Emergency services to the City of Hartford, Connecticut, with a population of approximately 124,000 within 18.4 square miles.
These services are provided by 361 career personnel who staff 17 Fire Companies which are distributed throughout the City in 12 stations. The HFD is an ISO rated agency, consistently working to achieve the highest level of professionalism and efficiency on behalf of those it serves.
Reginald D. Freeman, MS, CFO, FIFireE
Reginald D. Freeman is the 37th Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director for the City of Hartford. Prior to the City of Hartford, Chief Freeman served as the international Fire Chief for Lockheed Martin and served as a civilian Fire Chief in Iraq for the U.S. Department of Defense from 2004-2008.