Monroe Township Volunteer Fire Department
The Monroe Township Volunteer Fire Department is operated by volunteers who are on call 24 hours a day, 7 seven days a week, 365 days a year.
4095 Center Rd
Our apparatus include Engine 801, Grass Unit 802, Tanker 803, Grass Unit 804, Engine 805, Squad 819 and Squad 829. Our officers are Chief Pete Hall, Assistant Chief Jason Coy, Captain Tony Onion, and Lieutenant Douglass Welker.
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The Monroe Township Fire Department was established in 1973 and began saving lives and extinguishing fires in 1975. There have been many changes since that time, but one thing remains the same, we are here to help those in need.
In the last 10 years we have purchased 2 new Engines, 2 new grass trucks and 2 ambulances as well as cutters and spreaders which allow us quicker access to patients in the event of an accident. All of the new apparatus allow us to use the newest advances within the fire service to help saves lives.
We also have several members of our department on the Ashtabula County Water Rescue Team. These certified divers respond to calls related to water such as missing swimmers, stranded boaters, and even animals stuck on the ice.
Most of our members are now either certified EMT’s or Paramedics. The addition of our new ambulance gives us the capability of transporting patients to the hospital without having to rely on mutual aid.