The Loxley Volunteer Fire Department currently has 30 members and responds to approximately 50 calls per month, including vehicular accidents, medical emergencies, and fires. Members and volunteers meet each Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at our main fire station.

The department now has two working stations to serve our community. Station 1, our main station, is located at 1051 Railroad St. in the heart of our city. Station 2, a three-bay facility, is located just outside of Steelwood on Truck Route 17. Due to our area’s rapid growth, there are plans to add at least two new stations in the near future.

In case of an emergency and to report a fire, call 911.

If there is no emergency and you need to speak to someone about fire services during business hours, call the Fire Department at (251) 964-5696. If you need to, leave a message and a representative will get back to you.

Loxley Fire Chief:
Raymond A Lovell

(251) 964-5696



1051 Railroad St.
Loxley, AL 36551

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 32
Loxley, AL 36551


The Loxley Volunteer Fire Department is organized to protect the lives and property of the citizens of our fire jurisdiction by providing fire prevention through education, code enforcement, and suppression of arson; by providing fire suppression through safe, effective, and efficient use of equipment and personnel; and by providing rescue services after accidents or disasters for our community.

The Loxley Volunteer Fire Department was created in 1961. Since then, members of our community have selflessly given their time and energy to protect the lives and property of our residents. By training, responding, and working hard together, they have forged an organization with a proud tradition of service to our community.

Become a Member

The Loxley Fire Department depends entirely on our members to perform its mission, and we are actively seeking new volunteers to help serve our community. Our members serve a rewarding and exciting cause, receive free professional training, and share a camaraderie rarely seen outside of public service groups.

If you would like to contribute to the public good and participate in one of the finest hobbies in the world, we have a meaningful role for you. Give us a call or stop by one of our Tuesday meetings at Fire Station 1 to sign up and start training.