The Washington Township Fire Department is an internationally accredited agency providing fire and emergency medical services to Centerville/Washington Township through a cost-effective combination of full-time, part-time and part-paid staff. Fire and EMS crews respond from five fire stations strategically located throughout the service area.
Staff members responded to nearly 6,000 fire and medical emergencies last year. To stay prepared, they receive ongoing instruction in fire suppression, emergency medical services and specialized rescue techniques. A bike patrol provides agile first response at festivals, sports events and gatherings with limited vehicle access.
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and stay clear of intersections.
The township's Fire Alarm Office assigns personnel and equipment to all fire and medical emergencies in Centerville/Washington Township. Emergency (911) calls are received by a police agency, and then routed to Washington Township Fire Department dispatchers.
The Division of Fire Safety ensures that buildings, businesses and new construction in the community are built and maintained according to the most up-to-date safety codes. The division provides inspection services and a variety of programs that promote safety education and fire prevention.
The Fire Department also offers a variety of programs focused on improving community safety, such as placing automated external defibrillators in public locations and training people in their use. Others programs are available to those who contact the department – including CPR training, address locator signs, child safety seat inspections and vial of life materials described on this site.
Our Mission - to provide emergency services along with prevention and education to ensure the safety and security of the community we serve.
What's Happening Soon?
Testing of Outdoor Alert Sirens
October 31, 2016 - Ghosts and goblins will be knocking on doors from 6 to 8 p.m. October 31.