Morrilton Fire Department

     Fire Services


Conway County Fire Department Information
District #1 Springfield Chief Gus Biggers 1923 Hwy 92, Springfield, AR 72157
District #2 Jerusalem Chief Jeremy McCoy 402 Hwy 124, Jerusalem, AR 72080
District #3 Birdtown Chief Scott Bridgeman 4553 Hwy 9, Springfield, AR 72157
District #4 St. Vincent Chief Charles Gangluff 2059 Hwy 95, Hattieville, AR 72063
District #5 Petit Jean Chief J.R. Rager 40 Jones Ln, Morrilton, AR 72110
District #5a Ada Valley Chief J.R. Rager Ada Valley Road, Morrilton, AR 72110
District #6 Cleveland Chief David Hull 16 Church Rd, Cleveland, AR 72030
District #7 Center Ridge Chief Danny Coffman 5800 Hwy 9, Center Ridge, AR 72027
District #8 Hill Creek Chief Mike Davidson 899 Hwy 92, Plumerville, AR 72127
District #9 Menifee Chief Jerry Green PO Box 173, Menifee, AR 72107
District #10 Blackwell Chief Robert Stobaugh 393 Hwy 64, Atkins, AR 72823
District #11 Overcup Chief Roy Holtz 2738 Hwy 9, Morrilton, AR 72110
District #12 Sardis Chief Tim Bengston 212 Sardis Rd, Morrilton, AR 72110
City of Morrilton Fire Department
Chief Earle Eichenberger
Assistant Chief Johnny Henson
901 E Broadway St.
Morrilton, AR 72110
Business Phone: (501) 354-3907
Emergency Phone: (501) 354-3511 or 911
City of Plumerville Fire Department
Chief James Wilson
101 W Church St
Plumerville, AR 72127
Business Phone: (501) 354-2015
Emergency Phone: (501) 354-3113 or 911
City of Oppelo Fire Department
Chief John Payne
8 Municipal Drive
Oppelo, AR 72110
Business Phone: (501) 354-2454
Emergency Phone: 911



     What is an ISO Rating?

     The Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS) is the manual ISO uses in reviewing the fire-fighting capabilities of individual communities. The
     schedule measures the major elements of a community's fire-suppression system and develops a numerical grading called a Public Protection
     Classification (PPCTM)

     Here's how it works:

     Fire alarms
     Ten percent of the overall grading is based on how well the fire department receives fire alarms and dispatches its fire-fighting resources. Our field
     representatives evaluate the communications center, looking at the number of operators at the center; the telephone service, including the number of
     telephone lines coming into the center; and the listing of emergency numbers in the telephone book. Field representatives also look at the dispatch
     circuits and how the center notifies firefighters about the location of the emergency.

     Engine companies
     Fifty percent of the overall grading is based on the number of engine companies and the amount of water a community needs to fight a fire. ISO
     reviews the distribution of fire companies throughout the area and checks that the fire department tests its pumps regularly and inventories each
     engine company's nozzles, hoses, breathing apparatus, and other equipment.

     ISO also reviews the fire-company records to determine:

    -      type and extent of training provided to fire-company personnel

    -      number of people who participate in training

    -      firefighter response to emergencies

    -      maintenance and testing of the fire department's equipment

     Water supply
     Forty percent of the grading is based on the community's water supply. This part of the survey focuses on whether the community has sufficient water
     supply for fire suppression beyond daily maximum consumption. ISO surveys all components of the water supply system, including pumps, storage, and
     filtration. To determine the rate of flow the water mains provide, we observe fire-flow tests at representative locations in the community. Finally, we
     evaluate the distribution of fire hydrants.

     For more information on ISO's public-protection ratings, read ISO's PPC Program: Helping to Build Effective Fire-Protection Services.

     Need a copy of the Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS)? Download an order form and mail it to ISO. Or call us at 1-800-444-4554.

     For more information . . .
     . . . on the Fire Suppression Rating Schedule, contact ISO. You can also call us at 1-800-444-4554.