Litchfield Township Fire & Rescue
Chief Davis and his volunteer team enhance their training to even better serve the Litchfield and surrounding communities. ( Click on any photo for an even better view! )
If there is an emergency, how do I contact you?In case of an emergency, DIAL 9-1-1 The dispatchers will notify the correct emergency responders to help mitigate the issue. For non-emergencies, call us at 330-725-0911 and leave a message - we will return your call as soon as possible.
What does a volunteer fire & rescue department do?Our team is on call 24/7 to be there for you. We respond to all emergency calls in our township and neighboring communities that we have mutual aid agreements with. Also, we have drill every Thursday evening, 7-9pm: First Thursday - Fire Training Second Thursday - Work Night (building & truck check and maintenance) Third Thursday - EMS Training Fourth Thursday - Association Meeting
Are there upcoming fundraisers or events?We provide several fun events and fundraisers throughout the year. These events raise money to help purchase needed equipment. Fundraiser Food Truck Sponsored by the Litchfield Fire & Rescue Association, featuring GLO Concessions At the fire station at 9487 Norwalk Road in Litchfield (on Route 18 just west of the Litchfield Circle) 12 noon - 7 pm daily Friday - July 9 Saturday - July 10 Sunday - July 11 Ice Cream Social On the Litchfield Circle by the gazebo 6:30 - 9 pm Friday - July 23
How do I learn more about becoming a volunteer firefighter for Litchfield Fire & Rescue?Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer can stop up on any Thursday evening between 7-9 pm. Otherwise, call us at 330.725.0911, leave a message, and someone will call you back. You need no previous experience; we will provide you with all the training you’ll need. Requirements are a high school diploma, drivers’ license, and passing a background check and basic physical. We’d love for you to join our team!
What can you tell me about the hydrants in Litchfield Township?Litchfield has less than 10% pressurized hydrants. If there is a fire, this means we have to either haul water with tankers or use a static water source such as dry hydrants or ponds for the other 90% of the township.
What is the ISO/PPC rating I keep hearing about?Our fire department is audited every five years by the Insurance Service Office to determine our ISO/PPC (Public Protection Classification) rating. We were audited in 2016 and went from a 7/9 split classification to a 5, which in return should lower our taxpayers’ insurance rates . . . good news for all of us!
Chief Jason Davis
9487 Norwalk Road
Litchfield, OH 44253
Our mailing address:
PO Box 177
Litchfield, OH 44253
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The Litchfield Fire & Rescue team is staffed by fire chief Jason Davis and 20 highly dedicated volunteers. They train weekly, maintain the equipment and vehicles regularly, attend seminars, conferences and workshops and are on call 24/7 for Litchfield Township residents and other local fire departments.
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