Annual Holiday Food Drive Saturday, November 4th, from 10-12:00PM

Saturday, November 4th, officers from Centerville Police Department and firefighters from Centerville Fire/Rescue will get together to collect non-perishable food items for our annual Holiday Food Drive.  The food drive will be held at the Centerville Police Station, 5247 West US 40, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  CF/R will also hold a Fill-the-Boot campaign to raise money to buy any perishable items to support our efforts.  You can drop off your non-perishable items, frozen turkeys, and hams at the PD.  This year we are also collecting dog and cat food that will be distributed to those families we help that have pets.  Thank you for your support on this project as we continue to help others!

Annual Soup Supper October 28th from 4-7:00 PM

Centerville Fire Department Auxiliary, members of Centerville Fire/Rescue, and the Cadets would like to say THANK YOU to all who came out and enjoyed a nice hot meal on a cool Saturday afternoon.  Your support is greatly appreciated!!!  For pictures from our event, check out our Facebook Page here.

Chief Spears Recognized as Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year

At the Tuesday, October 10, Centerville Town Council meeting, CF/R's Fire Chief Dennis Spears was recognized as the Indiana Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year.  The award was announced at the Indiana Emergency Response Conference in Indianapolis earlier this year.  Presenting Chief Spears with his award on behalf of the Indiana Fire Chiefs Association were Richmond Fire Chief Jerry Purcell (2016 Career Fire Chief of the Year recipient) and Greenfield Fire Chief James Roberts (2014 Fire Chief of the Year recipient).  We congratulate Chief Spears on his award!!!
Pictured L to R:  Richmond Fire Chief Jerry Purcell, Centerville Fire Chief Dennis Spears, and Greenfield Fire Chief James Roberts.
Pictured L to R:  Cindy Spears, Bryan Spears, Chief Dennis Spears, Janette Hauser, and Mike Cunningham.
Pictured L to R:  Front:  Drew Davis, Ravyn Davis, and Hunter Davis.  Back:  Lt Anthony Smith, Tammy Smith, Chief Spears, and Leslie Spears.
To read more about Chief Dennis Spears, please check out this article from the Palladium-Item here.

Centerville Fire/Rescue Earns Improved ISO Rating!!!

ISO personnel recently completed their updated report for Centerville Fire/Rescue's jurisdiction.  Staff from CF/R, Town of Centerville Utilities, and Wayne County Emergency Communications provided needed information to the ISO personnel for their report.  ISO's rating structure has changed for this year.
As of August 2017, Centerville Fire/Rescue's ISO rating has improved to a 4 within the Town of Centerville.  This is an improvement from our previous rating of 6 within the town limits.  Outside of the Town of Centerville, our rating previous was a 9.  Our new rating for outside town limits is a 4X, meaning the actual rating has not changed, just labeled differently.  For coverage over 5 miles from our station, our ISO rating has not changed, with the previous rating at a 10.
Congratulations on the new ISO fire coverage rating!

Want to become a Cadet with us?

We are always looking for new Cadets.  Think you have what it takes?  Check out our Cadets page!!!

Centerville Fire/Rescue has been very busy so far in 2017!

As of 1700 hours, Sunday, October 15, Centerville Fire/Rescue has responded to a total of 482 calls for service for fiscal year 2017.  June  and September were the busiest months so far with 55 calls each, with August being the least busy month with 24 calls.  This time last year, CF/R had only logged 428 calls for service.

Quick Stats from 2016

For fiscal year 2016, we have made 476 calls for service for fiscal year 2016 (started in December 2015).  We just started our new year on December 1, 2016.

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Recent Calls
Fri. Oct 27th 2017
1516 - 5035 Study Road - Responding units:  Squad 18 - 2 Personnel; Red Line EMS.  Run #496
Thu. Oct 26th 2017
1729 - 512 Walnut Court - Responding units:  Squad 15 - 1 Personnel; Squad 18 - 3 Personnel; Red Line EMS.  Run #495
Thu. Oct 26th 2017
1650 - 1874 Niewoehner Road, Richmond - Responding units:  Tanker 13 - 2 Personnel; Squad 15 - 1 Personnel; Rescue 16 - 2 Personnel; Richmond Fire Department & EMS; Abington Township Fire Department; Boston Fire Department; Wayne County Sheriff's Department; Indiana State Police; Whitew...
Thu. Oct 26th 2017
1346 - 313 East Plum Street - Responding units:  Squad 15 - 2 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Centerville Police Department.  Run #493
Tue. Oct 24th 2017
1727 - West US 40 Highway & Airport Road - Responding units:  Engine 11 - 3 Personnel; Rescue 16 - 2 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Wayne County Sheriff's Department; Centerville Police Department.  Run #492
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