Map of rescue brigades

By clicking on the link below, you can view the locations of all national and volunteer brigades, as well as the time zones for national brigades (5, 10, 15 and 30 minutes) that indicate the driving time under normal conditions.

Currently in Estonia, there are:

  • 72 national rescue brigades
  • 118 voluntary rescue brigades
  • 3 voluntary reserve rescue brigades.

There are at least 3 people on standby duty in the 66 national brigades at all times. In the voluntary brigades, there usually 2 people at home standby duty who respond within 1 to 15 minutes. A national brigade responds to the call within one minute.

In 2014, the first responder (incl. voluntary brigades) took an average of 9 min 03.6 secs (9.20 in 40.6 seconds in 2013) to arrive at the rescue event.

An interactive map opens in the same web window, and the legend of the map is located on the left, showing the symbols in the application and their meanings.

The "content" button opens a list of map layers that can be turned off and on. You can use the search box to find your desired location or move manually to the area you need. By clicking on the symbol of interest on the map, the window with the information of the symbol(s) opens. For example, the rescue brigade data: services, composition, and contact.

You can find the map HERE