TRAFALGAR ROAD/STUMP DUMP FIRE UPDATES
Burn ban in effect for those within a one-mile radius of the Trafalgar Fire (two-mile radius for builders clearing lots) until further notice.
For burn bans in other parts of the city, check here.
The City of Bella Vista operates four fire stations, manned 24 hours per day, seven days per week by full-time firefighters/medical personnel.
Station 1 — 103 Town Center
Station 2 — 8300 Trafalgar Road near Metfield
Station 3 — 201 Glasgow Road in the Highlands
Station 4 — 1639 Forest Hills Blvd.
In an emergency, dial 911.
Fire Chief Steve Sims and Deputy Fire Chief Bryan Wolfgang command a staff of one Division Chief over training, one fire inspector, three administrative personnel and firefighters who also serve as medical personnel — either licensed EMTs or paramedics. A battalion chief and three captains command each of the three shifts.
The city uses state-of-the-art fire apparatuses, including a 75-foot ladder truck and Class A pumpers, and medical personnel operate six ambulances within the city.
The department’s focus remains the citizens of Bella Vista and their health and safety. We strive to assist residents by providing information and offering educational opportunities, making Bella Vista the ideal place to call home.
It is the mission of the Bella Vista Fire Department to serve our community with professionalism, integrity and pride through rapid response, the highest quality of care and conservation of life and property. We do this to ensure a safe and healthy community for the present and future residents of Bella Vista, Arkansas.
It is the vision of the Bella Vista Fire and EMS Department to help create a safe and healthy community. We shall continue to serve our citizens with pride, integrity and honor, while striving to maintain a standard of excellence in our ever-growing city.
Fire Chief Stephen Sims
Bella Vista Fire Department
103 Town Center
Bella Vista AR 72714
Emergency — CALL 911