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Posted on: September 6, 2019

City and Township Residents to Vote on Fire and Emergency Medical Services in November


The fire department’s 2009 ten-year funding plan ends in 2019. The 2009 plan has provided stable funding for fire suppression and emergency medical services since it was passed with overwhelming community support. As planned, the fire department now requires additional funding to continue providing the high quality service to which the community has become accustomed, as well as making necessary capital improvements. This is the fire department’s first funding request in over 10 years. The 3.5 additional mill levy, Issue #6 on the November 5th ballot will provide the required funding to continue operations and necessary capital improvements for the next 10 years.

2009 Ten-year Funding Plan Promises Kept

  • Dropped five-year, 2 mill levy in 2013
  • Maintained professional level of service
  • Renovated Fire Station 62 (Knollwood)
  • Replaced Fire Station 64 (Indian Ripple)
  • Replaced 5 fire engines
  • Replaced 1 ladder truck
  • Replaced 4 medics

2020 Ten-year Funding Plan Future Commitments

  • Maintain professional level of service
  • Build new Fire Station 65 (Fairgrounds)
  • Build new Fire Station 66 (Airport)
  • Replace all Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
  • Replace 4 fire engines
  • Replace 1 ladder truck
  • Replace 5 medics

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