Beulah Fire Rescue was formed in 1975 after the tragic loss of several young children in a house fire. Over the years we have transitioned from a Volunteer Fire Department to a Combination Fire Department that utilizes Career Firefighters and Volunteer Firefighters. We provide fire suppression and first responder services to the citizens of our community. While we do have a total of five fire stations, two of the stations are staffed. Station 1, located down the road from Beulah High School, is staffed 24/7 with Firefighters. Our station 2 is staffed part time by Firefighters. The remaining stations house apparatus and equipment, including our fire boat located at our boat house station on Lake Harding.
Beulah Fire Rescue works under the umbrella of the Beulah Utilities District. Beulah Utilities District provides fire and water services to the citizens of Beulah. The District is governed by five Board Members who are residents of the community. Beulah Fire Rescue is funded by a $16.00 monthly charged attached to the customers water bill.
In 2018 "Formed To Serve" was adopted as the motto of Beulah Fire Rescue. The origin is from a newspaper article from the late 1970s titled "Beulah FD. Formed To Serve. Time To Grow" Firefighters use this motto to remember why we do the things that we do for our community.
Please stop by the Beulah Utilities District office at 5320 Lee Rd 270 Valley, AL 36854 to purchase your sign!
Firefighters will assemble your sign as you wait or will deliver/ install if needed!
We have partnerships with the Alabama FIre College and the American Red Cross that provide us with smoke alarms to install in our citizens home!