A fire department is judged by the performance and conduct of each individual firefighter. Therefore, all firefighters shall strive to provide a high level of service.
The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department priorities are:
Preservation of Life
Protection of Property
Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. currently has a ISO rating of 4/8B. This is the best of any volunteer fire department in Williamson County. Only 44 departments both paid and volunteer in the entire State of Tennessee have a better rating.
Our current building, built in 1991, is 3 bays double depth which houses 6 pieces of rolling stock. A storage building built in 2005 houses our brush truck.
The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department was started as a community action project of the Nolensville JAYCEES in 1973. The original membership was 20 members, 33 full-time members now make up the all volunteer department. The first pumper was a John Beam Hi-Pressure Fog Unit on a 1969 Ford F-700 Chassis, which was housed in a private garage until members built the first fire hall in 1974. The department moved into its present location in 1991. The services provided by the department include Firefighting, Medical Response (BLS), Haz-Mat, and Rescue.