• Emergency Response

    Madison Fire District provides fire and emergency medical service response for the communities of Madison Township and Madison Village, located in Lake County Ohio.

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  • Fire Prevention

    Madison Fire District is committed to progressively maintaining community safety through our Fire Prevention programs by completing plan reviews and fire inspections.

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  • Madison Fire District: Now Live Streaming!

    Madison Fire District is pleased to announce that all public sessions are now being Live Streamed on Youtube. Those interested in joining the meeting virtually can visit madisonfiredist.com and select the "Live Stream" link from our home page. Questions can be sent to info@madisonfiredist.com.

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  • PROJECT SCOPE OF SERVICES

    MADISON FIRE STATION #2 RESTROOM/SHOWER ROOM RENOVATION AND DORMITORY ADDITION
    The Madison Fire District Board of Trustees intends to contract for architectural/engineering services with a qualified architectural firm to renovate and upgrade an existing employee restroom/shower room, and to construct a new employee sleep dormitory at the Madison Fire District-Fire Station #2 located at 1743 Hubbard Road, Madison, Ohio. The renovated restroom/shower room and new sleep dormitory addition shall be designed to meet the minimum requirements of the “Americans with Disability Act” (ADA). Madison Fire District Station #2 is a concrete block building with a brick veneer exterior. The original fire station building was constructed in 1955. An addition to the building was constructed in 1965. The architectural firm chosen for the project would be required to evaluate the mechanical systems that currently service the restroom/shower room and current dormitory area of the building i.e. (HVAC, electrical, plumbing). The current restroom/shower room area is small with limited space availability. New sink & toilet fixtures, a new shower area and ceramic tile finishes are required throughout the renovated restroom/shower room.....Click Link For Full Ad.

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    MADISON FIRE STATION #2 RESTROOM/SHOWER ROOM RENOVATION AND DORMITORY ADDITION
    The Madison Fire District Board of Trustees intends to contract for architectural/engineering services with a qualified architectural firm to renovate, and upgrade an existing employee restroom/shower room, and to construct a new employee sleep dormitory at the Madison Fire District - Fire Station #2, located at 1743 Hubbard Road, Madison, Ohio. The renovated restroom/shower room and new sleep dormitory addition shall be designed to meet the minimum requirements of the “Americans with Disability Act” (ADA). Interested architectural firms submitting a “Statement of Qualifications” should include information regarding the firm’s: History, Education and Experience of key technical personnel, the firm’s experience with public building design, construction/contract administration, construction oversight, availability of staff, and any previous work performed for the Madison Fire District, Village of Madison, Board of Madison Township Trustees or other governmental entities in the tri-county area (Lake, Ashtabula, Geauga)....Click Link For Full Ad.

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  • Fire Station 3

    March 13, 2019
    Fire Station 3

    Madison Station 3 was constructed and finished in November of 2013. Once completed in November, the 21,000-square-foot station hosts four garage bays, two fire squads, 2 fire engines, and support vehicles for the [...]

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  • Fire Board Meeting Info

    Upcoming (Virtual-See above for info)

    December 16, 2020 7 PM

    January 20, 2021 7 PM

    February 17, 2021 7 PM