Welcome to the Beavercreek Township Fire Department. The Fire Department protects a greater than 50 square mile area within Greene County.
Five fully-staffed Fire Stations provide emergency medical and fire services within Beavercreek 24 hours a day. They provide fire suppression, emergency medical services (EMS), and fire prevention services to the residents of Beavercreek Township, including the City of Beavercreek. Each fire station has a fire engine and a medical unit available to respond to emergencies.
Established in 1946, the fire department has grown from two volunteer fire companies into a modern, suburban fire department staffed by a combination of 70+ dedicated full-time firefighters. Every day, a staff of up to 24 firefighters and paramedics located at the five fire stations provide 24-hour emergency response to any call for help.
Equipment & Personnel
The department also has a shift commander, two ladder trucks, a water tanker, a heavy rescue, a hazardous materials response unit, a communications unit, and reserve engines and medics. These apparatuses can be staffed in a variety of ways to meet the emergency needs of Beavercreek.