• 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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  • HYDRANTS

    2022 Hydrant Flushing Press Release The Madison Fire District will be conducting annual fire hydrant flushing starting the week of May 2, 2022. 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. 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.

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  • 2022 Calls for Service

    Updated 4/18/2022

    Total: 1058  (On pace for 3609)

    FIRE  291  EMS  765

    Mutual Aid Given 31

    Mutual Aid Received 33

    Overlapping Calls 365 (34.6%)

    2021 Run Total:  3558 

    2020 Run Total:  3097

  • BURN BAN

    OHIO HAS A BURN BAN (6A-6P) DURING THE MONTHS OF MARCH, APRIL, MAY UNTIL PLANTS/TREES HAVE TURNED GREEN AND IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER DUE TO DRY LEAVES AND DEAD GRASS. ALSO, PLEASE USE COMMON SENSE AND DO NOT HAVE ANY TYPE OF FIRE WHEN IT IS WINDY. STAY SAFE! VISIT THE ODNR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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      - Linda Willing
      Hot-button issues: How to manage contentious conversations at the station

      The company officer is the first line of defense when debate escalates [...]

      La. firefighter known for dauntless spirit dies after cancer battle

      Lafayette Firefighter Alex Bourque died at 26; he began experiencing knee pain in December 2020 [...]

      New Okla. law to let firefighters transport patients

      The legislation was created in response to a firefighter breaking the rules after waiting for an ambulance then transporting a child with burns in a fire truck [...]

      Off-duty Ky. volunteer FF shot, killed attempting to help motorist

      Another man was also killed in the incident and a Palmyra Police Department officer was wounded in the shooting, which is under investigation [...]

      FSRI releases report series on search and rescue tactics

      The research aims to increase firefighter efficiency and effectiveness in single-story, single-family homes [...]

      - Curt Varone

      The State of Oklahoma has amended the statutes governing the delivery of emergency medical services to allow the transport of patients on emergency vehicles that are not ambulances when approved by medical control. The law is a direct response to a case out of the Oklahoma City Fire Department that resulted in discipline to a company officer for transporting a child on an engine in 2020 [...]

      - Curt Varone

      An investigation following the off-duty death of a New Britain firefighter has resulted in the termination of a lieutenant, and the suspension of seven others, four of whom were also demoted. The discipline follows the suspected overdose death of Firefighter Matthew Dizney. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a man sentenced to forty-years in prison for stabbing a firefighter at a fire scene in 2014. Kirk Ross Engle was convicted of stabbing Yorktown, Texas firefighter Brian Smolik. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for May 16, 2022, Curt reviews a sexual orientation discrimination suit in Florida, race discrimination suits in FDNY and Contra Costa County California, an amended complaint in a social media-related discipline suit out Nashville, and the settlement of a residency dispute in Pittsburgh. [...]

      - Curt Varone

      A fire inspector with the Orlando Fire Department has filed suit alleging harassment and discrimination on account of his sexual orientation. Theodore M. Washington, II filed suit in US District Court for the Middle District of Florida alleging violations of state and federal discrimination law. [...]

      A crew of over 150 responded to a wind-driven fire at a pallet yard late Tuesday night in Phoenix. According to Phoenix Fire, crews arrived at the scene near 35th Avenue and Buckeye Road just after 10 p.m. on May 17 and immediately called for backup. When additional firefighters arrived, a surround and drown operation was established, "with elevated master streams and flowing big water to suppress the flames and keep them from extending to nearby businesses. - PUB DATE: 5/18/2022 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: KSAZ-TV FOX 10 Phoenix [...]

      Two local firefighter’s unions made clear Tuesday that they do not support the Firefighter Safety Act because it “seems poised to unreasonably restrict” them from performing their duties. The Baltimore Fire Fighters Association and the Baltimore Fire Officers Association in a six-page letter to the Baltimore City Council described their grievances with the bill, which regulates the way firefighters respond when a vacant building is on fire. - PUB DATE: 5/18/2022 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WJZ-TV CBS 13 Baltimore [...]

      VIDEO: The Los Angeles Fire Department had a big day over the weekend after becoming the first fire department in the country to have an electric fire engine. The truck was unveiled Saturday morning outside the LAFD historical museum in Hollywood. It's been assigned to Station 82, and was custom-made by a company in Austria that builds firefighting tools and equipment. - PUB DATE: 5/18/2022 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: KABC-TV ABC 7 Los Angeles [...]

      Each year, major cities across the U.S. play host to a fundraiser of ascending proportions. The Fight for Air Climb raises money for lung-related research, aid and advocacy by challenging people to climb thousands of stairs. On May 21, Minnesotans will climb 4,380 steps in “the best set of stairs in the Twin Cities,” at Allianz Field in St. - PUB DATE: 5/18/2022 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: Hometown Source [...]

      After a generous donation from Heath Consultants of Houston, Texas, the Sterling Heights Fire Department becomes the first in Michigan to utilize a new remote methane leak detector. This device will allow first responders to quickly scan common venting points within a building from a safe distance to determine if methane gas is present. - PUB DATE: 5/18/2022 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: WDIV-TV NBC 4 Detroit [...]

  • 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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  • Fire Board Meeting Info

    Upcoming Meetings

    May 18, 2022  7 PM

    June 15, 2022  7 PM

    July 20, 2022  7 PM