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Nolensville Fire & Rescue

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Mission Statement

“It is our mission, to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Nolensville through the effective and efficient delivery of fire and rescue services.”

About Us
We are a small fire department that serves the Town of Nolensville and parts of the unincorporated areas around the town in Williamson County. We respond to a wide range of emergencies including fires, medical, vehicle collisions, and to an extent some technical rescues. Outside of our emergency response we also perform other community services such as car seat installations, smoke detector checks, sprinkler system checks, and other public education. We also serve in fire prevention inspecting and enforcing life and safety fire codes.

David Windrow
Chief Windrow

Chief Windrow was hired in late 2020 as the first Municipal Fire Chief for the Town of Nolensville. He comes with 24 years of experience with Brentwood Fire & Rescue where he retired as the Deputy Fire Chief. While there he obtained his Executive Fire Officer designation from the National Fire Academy as well as Chief Fire Officer designation from the Center for Public Excellence. Prior to Brentwood he was a Chief Master Sergeant with the Air Force Reserve since 1983 and spent nine years with Dallas /Fort Worth International Airport where he left as a Battalion Chief.
Chief Windrow began in the fire service in 1983 and later received his Master of Public Administration degree from the University of North Texas. He holds many certifications in the fire service from various agencies including the Tennessee Commission on Firefighting. Chief Windrow brings tremendous experience and knowledge to the Town of Nolensville, giving the department a great start and solid plan for future development and growth.