This site last edited November 7, 2017






2050 Sadler School Rd, Brighton, Tn. 38011

Phone & Fax - (901)-476-8183

Emergency - Dial # 911

Station Email -

Association President - David Nutting

Auxiliary President - Deborah Barry

Fire Chief - Frank Brown

Assistant Chief - Dave Hessling





Three Star Fire Department has elected a new Fire Chief to fill the remaining term left behind by Chief Jon Piercey. The members elected Lt Frank Brown. Chief Brown has a lot to offer and will bring excellent ideas and progression to Three Star. He has been a member of Three Star for the past 7 years and advanced through the ranks to become the new Fire Chief. We all wish you the best of luck and expect good things from you as you will have some big shoes to fill.


The Fire Chief term will be up for re-election June 30th, 2019



The Apparatus of Three Star Fire Department

Top picture from left to right

BT31. R31, TK31, E31, E33





Would you like to have an address sign installed in your yard? Click the link below, print the form and get it to us. The cost is only $15.00 and it really helps us locate your house in the event of an emergency. As you drive around the area at night, its easy to see how many of these signs we've already put out. They are a green reflective sign with white reflective numbers. Not only will it help us locate your house, but also the pizza delivery person!

Click this link for the form



Three Star Fire Department now has the ISO Rate of Class 5

Three Star recently went through a visit from ISO (Insurance Service Office) and was re-evaluated. We have been given an ISO Rate of 5. We were one measly point away from have a Class 4. A class 5 alone is very difficult to achieve. We did this by having proper equipment, thorough training and a motivated membership. When testing is done, it includes but not limited to hose testing, hydrant testing and water supply, proper training and documentation, proper equipment, proper communications, Mutual Aid Agreements, etc. It's a several day testing procedure.

 Basically, in the Fire Department world, it says we are doing everything we can properly. Very few fully volunteer Departments will ever see an ISO Rate this low.

You should contact your homeowners insurance to see if you might qualify for a lower insurance premium since this last inspection. Fire Departments are rated on a scale from 1 - 10, 10 being no Fire Department at all. There are very few Departments in the Country that are rated a Class 1. Class 5 will be the lowest we can achieve until we have paid Firefighters on staff.

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To view the all of the Fire and Extrication Districts within Tipton County,

Follow this for Fire Department Districts link

Follow this link for Extrication Boundaries link


Thanks to Tipton County GIS for these maps



Association Board Member Roster


Personnel Roster




2017 Incident Reports



2017 Photo Album



Equipment Inventory



Video Section


Insurance Savings Information Page

Downloadable Documents & Useful Links

Auxiliary Membership Roster


Three Star SOG'S (Standard Operating Guidelines) Online

Three Star By-Laws Page


Fund Raising Information



Past Incident Reports

2003 Incident Reports

2004 Incident Reports

2005 Incident Reports

2006 Incident Reports 

2007 Incident Reports

2008 Incident Reports

2009 Incident Reports

2010 Incident Reports

2011 Incident Reports

2012 Incident Reports

2013 Incident Reports

2014 Incident Reports

2015 Incident Reports

2016 Incident Reports

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