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Yes and no. The Beavercreek Township Fire Department (BTFD) enforces the Ohio Fire Code's (OFC) Open Burn Guidelines, which regulate what can and cannot be burned in the City of Beavercreek and Beavercreek Township. The BTFD has put together the following summary of Ohio's Open Burn Guidelines:
For more information, please see the complete Open Burn Guidelines page.
The fire hydrants are maintained by the Greene County Sanitary Engineering Department. Please call them for any hydrant issues at 937-562-7450.
Please contact the Beavercreek Police Department or Fire Dispatch before you start burning. They can be reached by calling: 937-426-1211. Get more information on our Open Burn Guidelines page.
Learn more about burning on our Open Burn Guidelines page.
No, we do not. If someone calls you and claims to be with the fire department and then asks for a donation, do not give them your personal information. We also do not send post cards or any other mail asking for donations. Be aware of these kinds of solicitations. They most likely are scams.
Visit our Open Burn Guidelines page for information about burning, including regulations and contact information.
View our Human Resources page for information about our application process.
A Knox-Box is a rapid entry system which allows secure emergency access for property owners and fire departments. When a fire breaks out or there is a medical emergency, a Knox-Box product allows for immediate entry into buildings and properties without forced entry damage or delay.
The residential Knox-Boxes purchased for this program is designed to be installed over top a resident’s front entry door. When installed, an extra key for the front door (provided by the resident) is inserted into the Knox-Box. The Fire Department will then secure the Knox-Box with a unique key. Only the Beavercreek Township Fire Department has this key, and it is securely located in the Department’s fire and medical apparatus. If an emergency arises, the responding crews are notified of the presence of the Knox-Box and are then provided permission to use the key.