"B" Company Mutual Aid Fire

In the late night hours on April 24th Lexington County Fire Service was notified for a reported house fire on Lamplighter Rd in the Chapin area. Lexington County Communications began receiving multipl

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"C" Company Working Vehicle Fire

In the late afternoon hours on April 12th Irmo Engine "1" was alerted for a vehicle fire off of Berry hill Rd. Irmo Engine "1" arrived to find one vehicle with fire showing from the engine compartment

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"A" Company 3 Alarm Mutual Aid Fire

In the evening hours on April 10th the Lexington County Fire Service was alerted for a commercial structure fire on Highway 378. This fire reached the third alarm bringing a mutual aid request for Irm

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"B" Shift Runs Overturned Vehicle

In the early morning hours on April 3rd. Irmo Fire Headquarters was alerted for an automatic aid assignment with the City of Columbia for a motor vehicle collision with one vehicle overturned with occ

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Our Mission

Using training and education as our foundation, the Irmo Fire District is committed to providing professional fire and life safety services to the citizens of our community in a fiscally responsible manner. We, as a team, will strive to minimize losses and suffering through effective emergency service delivery, public education and community involvement.

Message From The Chief

Chief

Thank you for your interest in the Irmo Fire District (IFD) and taking time to visit our webpage. I hope that you find it helpful and informative.

The Irmo Fire District is here to serve our citizens. Our doors are always open and we are ready and willing to help our community any way that we can. As well as life safety, one of our main missions is to maintain the quality of life that our citizens have come to expect. This mission is met through such programs as public fire education for children and the elderly, child seat safety, smoke detector installations and meeting with neighborhood associations.

Our members are some of finest fire service professionals in the state. The men and women of the IFD are highly trained, extremely motivated, well educated, and loyally focused on their core mission of service to the community.

Sincerely,
Chief Michael Sonefeld

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
- Winston Churchill

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