• 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: Live Streaming Since 2020!

    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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  • Hydrant Flushing Press Release 2024

    The Madison Fire District will be conducting annual fire hydrant flushing starting the week of May 6, 2024. Areas targeted this year by the Fire District will be all of Madison Township starting on the west side of the Township, north and south, working east to the county line. Madison Village hydrants will also start on the same date working north to south. Hydrant flushing will be conducted Monday – Friday 8am – 3pm. Signs will be posted at least one day prior to flushing. Residents with discolored water should run the cold water for 10-15 minutes. Anyone with questions should call the Fire District at 440-428-6531 or Lake County Utilities at 440-350-2725.
  • 2024 Calls for Service

    Updated 03/29/2024

    Total: 938

    On pace for 3913

    Calls/day: 10.7

    Overlapping Calls: 132=14.1%

    FIRE  230   EMS  708

    Mutual Aid Given: 23

    Mutual Aid Received: 22

    2023 Run Total:  3720

    2022 Run Total:  3636

    2021 Run Total:  3558 

    2020 Run Total:  3097

  • OHIO OUTDOOR FIRE LAWS

    1 ---This law prohibits outdoor open burning statewide in unincorporated areas during the months of March, April, May, October, and November between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.

    2 ---This ban includes burning of yard waste, trash, and debris, even in a proper burn barrel.

    3 ---During spring, wildfire danger is high before plants have turned green, and in fall, fire danger is high due to abundant dry leaves and dead grass. Warm, windy weather in both seasons also contribute to elevated fire risk. Always be sure to use a proper burn barrel when burning outdoors during legal hours.

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      A fire department recruit was fatally injured while on the scene of a collision on the 101 Freeway [...]

      A Milwaukee firefighter suffered burns to nearly 25% of his body during rescues at a well-involved house fire [...]

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      The US Second Circuit Court of Appeals has handed down a ruling in favor of FDNY concluding that a trademark owned by an FDNY paramedic in the name of "Medical Special Operations Conference" cannot be enforce because it is descriptive. [...]

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      The family of a St. Louis firefighter who died in 2022, has reportedly filed suit against the manufacturer of his SCBA alleging that the failure of his PASS device contributed to his death. Benjamin Polson died in a house fire on January 13, 2022. [...]

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      In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for April 15, 2024, Brad and Curt discuss a pink collar theft case out of North Carolina; a $1.5 billion PFAS-related lawsuit filed in Virginia by firefighters with cancer; a due process ruling holding that a board member who testifies against an accused firefighter cannot thereafter return to [...]

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      Six Virginia firefighters and the estate of a deceased firefighter have filed suit against 25 companies associated with per- and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) seeking $1.5 Billion in damages. The named lead plaintiff in the action is Sara P. Chiaverotti, wife of Virginia Beach Fire Captain Matthew Chiaverotti who died from anaplastic thyroid cancer last year. [...]

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      A Rochester firefighter who claims to have been the victim of domestic violence and sexual harassment at work, has filed suit against the City of Rochester. The firefighter, identified as Jane Doe, claims that the city failed to protect her from domestic violence as required by state law and city policy, and that she was sexually harassed by coworkers at work. [...]

      A Brooklyn merchant wound up in fire marshals’ handcuffs for improper storage of highly-flammable lithium-ion batteries inside his business — the first arrest of its kind ever reported in New York City, FDNY officials announced Monday. Tian Liang Liu, of the Electric Bicycle Shop at 1239 Flatbush Ave. - PUB DATE: 4/16/2024 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: amNY [...]

      VIDEO: The Los Angeles Fire Department is mourning the loss of a recruit firefighter who was killed in a hit-and-run crash on the northbound 101 Freeway in Studio City Monday morning. According to LAFD, Jacob Fuerte, 22, “may have been involved in a traffic collision” shortly after 5 a.m. near Vineland Avenue as Fuerte was on his way to training. - PUB DATE: 4/16/2024 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: KTLA-TV CW 5 Los Angeles [...]

      VIDEO: When we think of dangers to firefighters, it's the flames and burning buildings that come to mind. But there are dangers you don't see like the chemicals that can lead to esophageal and other cancers. New screening methods are helping catch the cancers earlier. Firefighters are exposed to hundreds of chemicals such as benzene, formaldehyde, and asbestos. - PUB DATE: 4/16/2024 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WBMA-LD ABC 33/40 Birmingham [...]

      VIDEO: A piece of firefighting history has returned to the place where it first began its service to the community nearly a century ago. The Exeter Township Fire Department has acquired a 1930 Mack fire truck, thanks to a donation from the Reiffton Fire Company Social Quarters. "I saw pictures of what we were going to get, but when I walked in, it got me a little emotional just to see it in person," said Dep. - PUB DATE: 4/16/2024 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WFMZ-TV 69 Allentown [...]

      Nearly two dozen residents in D.C.’s Eckington neighborhood are without a home after a massive fire engulfed an apartment building in Northeast overnight Monday, authorities said. The flames also damaged nearby homes. Firefighters were called to an apartment fire in the 300 block of Seaton Place NE just after midnight, D. - PUB DATE: 4/15/2024 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WRC-TV NBC 4 Washington, D.C. [...]

  • 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 Information

    Upcoming Meetings at St. 3

    March 20, 2024 7 PM

    April 17, 2024  7 PM

    May 15, 2024  7 PM