Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department
The Washington Township Fire division is a globally approved company offering fire and disaster medical solutions to Centerville/Washington Township through an economical mix of full time, part-time and part-paid staff. Fire and EMS teams respond from five fire channels strategically located through the entire solution location.
Staff members responded to nearly 6, 000 fire and medical emergencies just last year. To stay prepared, they receive ongoing training in fire suppression, emergency health services and specific relief techniques. A bike patrol provides agile very first reaction at festivals, sports events and gatherings with restricted car access.
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Fire Alarm Workplace
The township's Fire Alarm Office assigns employees and equipment to all or any fire and medical problems in Centerville/Washington Township. Crisis (911) telephone calls tend to be gotten by a police company, then routed to Washington Township Fire division dispatchers.
Division of Fire Safety
The Division of Fire Safety helps to ensure that structures, organizations and brand new construction locally are designed and preserved in line with the many up-to-date protection rules. The division provides inspection services and many different programs that promote security training and fire prevention.
The Fire Department now offers a number of programs centered on improving neighborhood security, such as for example placing computerized external defibrillators in public places and education individuals in their use. Other people programs are available to those that contact the division – including CPR education, target locator signs, son or daughter security seat inspections and vial of life materials described on this website.