Capt. Randy Hickman said some units have been making 30 to 40 runs per day, firefighters rushing from one scene to another with no stops in between.
Most of the runs are in response to fallen power lines, downed trees, vehicle wrecks, injuries and gas leaks.
Ten calls involved house fires. Most of those were caused by fireplaces that had not been properly cleaned, Hickman said, adding the power outages caused by the storm prompted some people to use their fireplaces to warm their homes.
Other structure fires were caused by people using outdoor-only items like barbeque cookers inside their homes for heat, he said.