The Hobbs Fire Department offers careers with benefits, varied work assignments, and unlimited opportunity. Most provide an opportunity that doesn’t tie you to a desk, but takes you into the community to meet people and resolve real world problems where you’ll see the tangible results of your efforts while building an insurmountable set of problem solving skills.
Thank you for visiting the Hobbs Fire Department web site and your interest in our organization. Our essential mission and number one priority is to deliver the best possible service to our customers.
The Hobbs Fire Department is one of the most progressive, innovative and dynamic fire departments in the nation. This is demonstrated by our goal of Preservation, Education and Professionalism. The Department takes pride in its ability to serve the needs of our community and county. Each day, our citizens call upon our firefighters, paramedics to respond to a variety of emergencies includiing residential and commercial fires, emergency medical responses, hazardous materials and special rescues. Fire prevention and education also play a major role in our service to the community. The Hobbs Fire Department is committed to the preservation of life and property and to increase the quality of life to our citizens.
Visit our site for press releases, public safety information, recruitment, and to meet the men and women which provide these quality services.
Please feel free to contact myself or my senior staff members with concerns or suggestions.
- Fire Chief Barry Young
We are committed to: the preservation of life, property, and the environment through the education and empowerment of our members and the community; prove ourselves progressive in the face of adversity and change; instill confidence in the community through professionalism, pride, and quality service
It is the responsibility of each member to support the mission by subscribing to the following values:
For the Community: We recognize that the community is the reason for our presence. We value the faith and the trust of the community, and continually work to serve that confidence through our attitude, conduct, and accomplishments. lives are more valuable than property. The safety of the public is of paramount importance. All members of the public are entitled to our best efforts.
For the Department: We strive for excellence in everything we do. Honesty, fairness, and integrity will not be compromised. We continually seek effectiveness, efficiency and economy. Unity and teamwork are stressed as being to our mutual advantage as individuals and as an organization. The member's safety is of paramount importance. Members are continually encouraged to improve themselves as individuals and employees. The free exchange of ideas is encouraged. We will provide professionalism and courteous service at all times. We are sensitive to changing community needs.
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Officials with the Hobbs Fire Department have been involved in numerous meetings concerning the Coronavirus pandemic and the effects it can or will have on the community. Through these meetings, the department has had to make some tough decisions with regard to some of the services we provide outside of responding to fire and EMS calls.
All CPR and First Aid classes hosted by the department on the first and third Saturdays of the month will be cancelled through April. We will re-evaluate the situation at that time and make a decision on whether we will host classes beginning in May. The department will not host any station tours until further notice, and we are postponing any appearances at requested events as well. We are taking these steps in order to lessen the exposure of our personnel during this time; it is important we maintain a healthy workforce in order to respond to fire and EMS related calls. This will also ensure the public is not exposed to anything our personnel could potentially be exposed to.
Heartsaver 1st Aid/CPR/AED Class:
The first Saturday of the month. $30
BLS CPR Class
The third Saturday of the month. $20
Contact Fire Station 1 for more details at (575) 397-9311
Check out these shots of our Hobbs Firefighters in a training excercise! (click to view larger versions)
The Hobbs Fire Department trained the Hobbs Police Department on treatment for downed officers or in case of an active shooter incident. Check out the gallery by clicking here!