About the Department

Deckerville Fire Department covers a territory of approximately 97 square miles. This is one of the biggest coverage areas in Sanilac County. Deckerville Fire Department has a fleet of 2 engines, a 4000 gallon vacuum tanker, a utility van, a Jaws/Grass pickup, a covered trailer with a UTV with tracks and a rescue sled for the snowmobile trails. The UTV is also equipped in warm weather months with a water skid unit to use for grass & brush fires. This allows it to get to where normal vehicles are unable to reach. The community donated enough money to purchase the UTV at a cost of over $10,000. Deckerville Fire Department would like to thank everyone for their continued support!

Fire Department Staff 2023
Front Row L-R. Tracy Hoff-Chief, Doug Confer-Secretary, Gary Sweet, Isaac Keinath, Cory Schumacher-Lt., Aaron Puzan, Ryan Puzan-Medical Officer, Joey Kubik Jr., Jason McConnachie, Paul Guza-Safety Officer, Mike VanNorman Asst. Chief.
Back Row L-R. Tony Kubik-Lt., Mike Keinath, Dan Thompson-Retired, Justin Lindke.
Missing. Tim Ross-1st Captain/Treasurer, Jim Giraud-2nd Captain, Chris Burgess, Greg Holman, Krista Stolicker, Neil Keinath, Dominic Lewis, Tyler Giraud, Matt Blaine, Monica Spranger, Bonnie Hoff.

Tracy Hoff

Fire Chief

Burning Permits

Burning permits are issued through via the Municipal Building (during business hours) at (810) 376-9505 or via Chief Tracy Hoff at (810) 531-5714. Permits are free; however, if you fail to get one and the fire department is dispatched, you’ll be fined $1,500 for the fire run.

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