Fire District

Fire District

firedistrictpicc-01Fire District Office & Fire Training Center

1035-A Ruth Bridge Highway
Breaux Bridge, Louisiana 70517
Phone: (337) 332-1314
Fax: (337) 332-1310

Brody Miller, Fire District Coordinator

Fire Coordinator Brody Miller serves as the fourth Fire Coordinator for the St. Martin Parish Fire District. He began his fire service career as volunteer firefighter in St. Martin Parish as a member of the Parks Volunteer Fire Department in 2004. In 2008 he was hired as a full-time firefighter for the Iberia Parish Fire District #1. He was promoted to the rank of Captain during his tenure. In 2015, Brody was selected as St. Martin Parish Fire District’s first ever full-time Training Officer.  In 2018, he was appointed to his current position as Fire Coordinator.

Brody is charged with assisting all of the volunteer fire departments in St. Martin Parish with purchasing, personnel matters, PIAL Ratings, operational recommendations, and being the liaison between the St. Martin Parish Fire District Steering Committee and the St. Martin Parish Government. The St. Martin Parish Fire Service District is unique in that it is all Parish-wide service district which consists of 12 fire departments and approximately 240 firemen.  The district embraces both municipalities and the parish’s rural communities.  The success of the Parish’s Fire Service District is premised upon Brody’s philosophy that hands-on training, education, proper equipment and experience is the perfect mixture necessary to make the best firefighters. 


Vicky Hebert, Fire District Technician

David Douget, Fire District Training Officer

Jerry Bellard, Emergency Vehicle Technician

The St. Martin Parish Fire District was created in 1967 by a vote of the public to levy millages for twelve (12) Fire Departments. The Fire District protects approximately 53,520 people throughout St. Martin Parish. The Fire District is comprised of a paid Fire Coordinator, Training Officer, Fire District Technician, Fourteen (14) Part-Time Firefighters, and over 240 VOLUNTEER Firefighters. The fire district operates seventeen (17) Fire Stations, one (1) Training Facility, one (1) Administrative Office, twenty-six (26) Engines, five (5) Pumper/Tankers, six (6) Tankers, eleven (11) Service Units, two (2) Ladder Trucks, seven (7) Brush Fire Units, seven (7) Air Supply Trailers, four (4) Command Units and one (1) Fire Prevention Safety Trailer. We respond to an average of 1,300 calls for service a year, and our dedicated group of Volunteer Firemen obtain over 12,000 hours of training to assure readiness at a moment’s notice.

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