Terry Williams

Firefighter Recruits Graduating

Nov 15, 2017
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The City of Monroe is pleased to announce our 12th Fire Academy Recruit Graduation. This class is called the Bravehearts. The graduation ceremony will take place 6 pm Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the Monroe Public Safety Center, located at 1810 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Monroe, LA 71202. The guest speaker is retired Fire Chief Jimmie Bryant. 

Forsythe Fire Station to Reopen

Oct 24, 2017
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The number six Forsythe Fire Station was temporarily closed since October 11th due to a report of mold in the station.

Monroe City Fire Chief Terry Williams announced the number six Forsythe Fire Station will reopen and be fully operational today, Tuesday 24th, at 8 am.  The mold remediation process has been completed.  The post-remediation tests have been conducted and the results have come back clear.  


Forsythe Fire Station Temporairly Closed

Oct 12, 2017
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Monroe City Fire Chief Terry Williams announces the temporary closure of the Forsythe Fire Station (#6), effective immediately, due to a recent report of mold in the station. The mediation process should be completed by October 23rd, at which time we expect the station to re-open and be fully operational.  

2017 Fire Prevention Week

Oct 6, 2017
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Editors Note: The Fire Safety celebration will no longer include a balloon release.

Mayor Jamie Mayo, the Monroe City Council, and Fire Chief Terry Williams announce our annual Fire Prevention Week is October 8-14, 2017.

This year’s theme is “Every Second Counts - Plan 2 Ways Out.”

The Monroe Fire Department has many events scheduled to promote fire prevention during this week including: