6/15/2019


Today members and staff completed training on the Propack, which is a mobile Foam Application device for assisting with extinguishment of fires. This training was a joint training with Perry and Westminster Fire Department. 



June 7th-9th

Members of the Perry Township Fire Department provided Fire and EMS coverage for the 34th edition of the O'Reilly Auto Parts 4-Wheel Jamboree held at the Allen County Fairgrounds.

 

5/19/2019

Perry Township Fire Department attended the Lima Memorial Health System EMS week Awards Banquet held at the Lima Allen County Convention Center. 

Perry Township Fire Department was awarded the following awards:

Medical Run of the Year:
FF/Paramedic Time Potts with Wayne Township Fire Department

Stroke Alert of the Year:
FF/Paramedic Luke Hartman and FF/EMT Brant Fitzpatrick

Trauma Run of the Year:
FF/Paramedic Ben Stoll and Blake Martin and Multiple Allen County Fire and EMS Agencies


 

5/16/2019

Perry Township Fire Department attended the Annual Career Day at Perry High School with other local Businesses and emergency services to educate them on the possible careers available to them in the Allen County Area. 

Thank you for allowing us to be apart of your day!


4/27/2019



Today members of the Perry Township Fire Department completed their annual Physical Agility Testing that is required to maintain active status as a Firefighter with the department. 




It is with deepest sympathy Perry Township Fire Department mourns the loss of Firefighter/Paramedic Benjamin Stoll. 

Our hearts go out to Ben's Wife, Son and entire Stoll Family. God Speed Ben. 


We have it from here. 




Pancake Day 2019


All you can eat Pancakes, Sausage and Eggs

Sparky the Fire Dog will also be here. 

Apparatus Tours, and other fun things for Kids




2/28/19

Perry Township Fire Department was honored to attend retired Fire Chief Charles Delong's Funeral service. 

Chief Delong faithfully served 20 years to the residents of Perry Township. 

The men and woman of Station 1400 thank you for your service. 



2/5/2019

Today 4 members from Perry Township Fire Department and Shawnee Fire Department participated in a joint training in ice water rescue. We want to thank Shawnee Township Fire Department for the invite, and look forward to the remaining classes. 





Perry Township Fire Department would like to congratulate the following on their recent achievements. 

Ivan Piper : Firefighter 2 Certification
Noah Milleman: NREMT Certification
Josh Stout: NREMT Certification




Happy New Year from Your Perry Township Fire Department. 

Have a Safe and Happy New Year!!



Serving Our Community

The Perry Township Fire Department is currently a combination department of full-time, part-time and paid per call staff. Our station is manned 24/7 with one full-time Firefighter/Paramedic, whom is partnered with one EMT. A second Firefighter Paramedic is on staff from 8 am to 4 pm Monday thru Friday to assist the Fire Chief with office work and be a second responder when necessary. Our paid per call staff is called upon to cover any motor vehicle accidents or fire calls. They also are called upon if we should receive a second EMS call while the manned ambulance is on another assignment. We have a total roster of about 50 members with different training levels, both Fire and EMS.

The Perry Township Fire Department participates and hosts many trainings to further and refresh the training levels of our members. We participate in annual Hazmat Technician, CPR, and Emergency Vehicle Operations courses. All our Paramedics are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Life Support. We participate in continuing education for firefighting, EMS, Fire Investigation, Fire Inspection, Confine Space Training and Grain Bin Rescue. We also monitor the physical capabilities of our members to do standard firefighting tasks through our annual fire agility test. We strive to keep our skills at the highest to serve our Township Residents.

Our department has come a long way since it was started in 1953 as the Perry Township Fire Association with one engine only providing fire protection services to the Township. In 1998, the Fire Association was dissolved and the Perry Township Fire Department was created being managed by the Perry Township Board of Trustees. We currently have 2 Ambulances, 2 Engines, 1 Tanker, a ladder truck, a Grass truck and 1 Command Vehicle.



 

Justin Roberts

Fire Chief

I am dedicated to providing the best service to the residents of Perry Township and all visitors who pass through. It is my goal to continue the growth and success of the department that my predecessors have set in the previous years. Thank you for your continued support and GO Commodores! 



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