About the Fire Service
Meath County Fire and Rescue Service Mission is: "To take all necessary measures to ensure protection of life, property, and the environment by the efficient and effective prevention and control of fires, road fatalities, properties and analogous emergencies."
The functions of Meath County Fire and Rescue Service are divided into:
Operations - which deals with the day-to-day management and needs of the 7 Fire Brigades and Fire Stations;
Fire Safety - which deals with fire safety in the built environment generally and the safety of persons who occupy and use certain types of buildings;
The Fire Service in County Meath is a retained service i.e. the Fire Stations are not manned.
Meath County Fire Service management and administration is based in the Fire Office at Navan Fire Station.
Meath County Fire Service
Navan Fire Station
Monday 9.00am – 5.15pm
Tuesday – Friday 9.00pm – 5pm
Please note that the offices are closed from 1pm to 2pm daily.