• 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.
  • 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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  • 2021 Calls for Service 

    Updated 07/19/2021

    Total: 1896 (On pace for 3319)

    FIRE  579  EMS  1317

    Mutual Aid Given 51

    Mutual Aid Received 37

    Overlapping Calls 543 (28.6%)

    2020 Run Total:  3102

  • 2021 Hydrant Flushing Announcement

    Hydrant Flushing

    The Madison Fire District will be conducting annual fire hydrant flushing starting the week of May 3, 2021. Areas targeted this year will be all of Madison Township starting on the west side of the township, north and south, working east to the county line. Hydrant flushing will be conducted Monday thru Friday 8am to 3pm. Signs will be posted at least one day prior to flushing. Residents with discolored water should run cold water for at least 10-15 minutes or until clear. Anyone with questions should call the Fire District at 440-428-3056 or Lake County Utilities at 440-350-2725.
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      • Daily Dispatch
      - Side Alpha with Chief Marc Bashoor
      Captain Andrea Hall discusses servant leadership plus her presidential inauguration story

      A critical discussion of how fire service leaders can help their members thrive [...]

      5K+ firefighters battle 'explosive growth' at Dixie Fire

      The Northern California blaze now encompasses 253,052 acres – an area eight times the size of San Francisco [...]

      Ga. city gives $91,000-thank you to FFs for perseverance through pandemic

      The funds, made available through the American Rescue Plan, amounted to a $1-an-hour raise for Louisville essential workers [...]

      SD city council votes to give $1K COVID-19 bonuses to firefighters

      Public safety employees who worked throughout the pandemic will receive $1,000 while all other full-time and part-time employees will get $500 [...]

      Senate's infrastructure bill would invest billions to combat wildfires

      The legislation would spend nearly $3.4 billion on wildland firefighting efforts, and another $5.75 billion would go toward natural resource-related infrastructure, including fire management and restoration [...]

      - Curt Varone

      A lawsuit filed last year by 31 Chickasha, Oklahoma firefighters contending the city violated the Fair Labor Standards Act has been settled for $141,710.91. The firefighters claimed that the city failed to include longevity pay in their regular rate when calculating overtime compensation. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      Today’s burning question: Can a fire department cancel a firefighter’s assigned Kelly Day without violating the Fair Labor Standards Act? For example, if firefighters work a 24/48 schedule with Kelly Days every third work period, can the department contact personnel scheduled to be off on a Kelly Day, and require them to work? [...]

      - Curt Varone

      A Dallas firefighter who took COVID-related sick leave earlier this year, is facing criminal charges for stealing $12,548.86 in wages from the city. William Carter, 38, was arrested and charged by the Dallas Police Department last week. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      A three-judge panel from the Texas 14th Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association, IAFF Local 341 in their ongoing battle over the constitutionality of a pay-parity referendum enacted by voters in 2018. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      Massachusetts lawmakers are considering a bill to criminalize phototaking by first responders. One of the advocates of the law, Michelle Mathieson, is the mother of a woman who was murdered in 2011. Local police officers took and shared cellphone images of her body. [...]

      My name is Lieutenant Roger Bayne, Jr. I have been a firefighter/paramedic with Addison Fire Protection District No. 1 for 25 years. Giving back to my community has always been something I have been very passionate about. About 10 years ago, I knew I wanted to do something more, something bigger than only supporting my local community. - PUB DATE: 8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Daily Herald - Metered Site [...]

      Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s lockdown-inspired single, “Stuck With U,” has now raised over $3.5 million for the First Responders Children’s Foundation, going directly to thousands of first responders’ families around the U.S. The single, which released on May 8, 2020, was recorded in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and donated 100% of its profits from streaming and sales to the foundation. - PUB DATE: 8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Variety [...]

      It was an honor that was years in the making on Tuesday for one special local hero. On Aug. 3, 1939, John Harris — who served in the latter part of the 19th Century as the first Black firefighter with the Kokomo Fire Department — died and was buried on a small plot of land at Crown Point Cemetery, just north of Carter Street. - PUB DATE: 8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Kokomo Tribune [...]

      Many pet owners teach their dogs how to sit, roll or shake hands, but rarely do they ever train their pets to guide firefighters out of a burning building. A group of doctoral students led by Eric Jing Du, a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Florida, have trained and developed robotic dogs with the intent of helping first responders virtually see through walls in situations that they would otherwise be blindsided by. - PUB DATE: 8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WUFT-TV PBS 5 GAINESVILLE [...]

      At least four fires were ignited near North Park overnight, according to San Diego police. The costliest of the fires, most of which were sparked between 1-2 a.m., involved a Tesla parked near Utah and Capps streets. In that fire, someone lit a car cover on fire, resulting in the destruction of the vehicle. - PUB DATE: 8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: KNSD-TV NBC 7 San Diego [...]

  • Current Openings

    March 13, 2019

    OVERVIEW The Part-time Firefighter is responsible to assist with or perform activities of the Fire District under the supervision of a Full-time Firefighter, Lieutenant, Captain, Assistant Chief and Fire Chief here-in [...]

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  • Fire Board Meeting Info

    Upcoming meetings

    July 21, 2021  7PM

    August 18, 2021  7PM

    September 15, 2021  7PM

    October 20, 2021  7PM

  • Fire Station 2

    March 13, 2019
    Fire Station 2

    Madison station 2 was funded and built in the mid 1950's by a citizen group called the "Fire Protective League, Inc.". This group wanted fire protective services on the North end of the community, and after a levy failed[...]

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