Fire & EMS

chief picWelcome to the Monroe Fire Department’s website! We appreciate you taking the time to visit us and we hope the information you find here proves helpful. The investment that a community has in their Fire Department is not something we take lightly. We enjoy your visits and welcome you stop by to “kick the tires” and check on your investment. The Monroe Fire Department is a full service career department proving Paramedic Level Emergency Medical Services, Fire Suppression, Hazmat Mitigation, Inspection/Investigations Bureau and Technical Rescue. We are proud to provide a Public Education Program that offers a number of services to our community such as; CPR & First-Aid classes, Fire Extinguisher Training, Child Car Seat Inspection, Blood Pressure Checks, Home Safety Inspections, Foster Care & Adoption Inspections, and Fire Safety Lectures. The men and women of the Monroe Fire Department are “Committed to Your Safety” in everything we do. We maintain a “can-do” attitude and constantly strive for excellence in customer service. The Monroe Fire Department’s success is directly related to our relationships with our partner agencies and the public we serve. Our goal is to provide the highest level emergency management and risk mitigation services possible through our highly talented and caring staff. We value your comments, and would like to hear from you in any manner you desire.

Again, thank you for visiting and please let us know how we may be of service to you.

John P. Centers, Fire Chief

Smoke Alarms – Why, Where, and Which A smoke alarm is critical for the early detection of a fire in your home and could mean the difference between life and death. Fires can occur in a variety of ways and in any room of your home. But no...

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Fire Hydrant TestingThe Fire Department will begin its annual testing of fire hydrants on Monday,  September  15, 2014. This program is designed to assure that all water mains and fire hydrants are clean and in good working order...

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 Training is an everyday part of the Monroe Firefighters job, each day the men and women of the fire department receive training to keep their skills the highest level possible.  The Monroe firefighters recently trained on several new pieces of...

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Protect Your Family and Yourself from Carbon Monoxide PoisoningCarbon Monoxide Can Be Deadly CO Poisoning Symptoms Play it Safe Prevention is the Key to Avoiding Carbon Monoxide Poisoning A Few Words About CO Detectors Links Carbon Monoxide Can...

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The Monroe Fire Department and Butler Tech recently placed a program into service that allows Paramedic students from Butler Tech to ride along with Paramedics from the Monroe Fire Department. The program allows students to gain some insight...

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Monroe Firefighters spend three days putting out a rash of fires!Luckily it was all in the name of training, firefighters spent three days of training at Butler Tech reviewing the skills that save lives, not only those of the public, but also...

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This article provides a slideshow of the Monroe Fire Department at various emergency runs, training activities and public education events. While these photos cover a variety of incidents and events they can not begin to show every event or...

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DIVISION OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL ENCOURAGES FIRE SAFETY FOR CHILDREN, PARTICULARLY UNDER AGE FIVEThe Division of State Fire Marshal urges parents and guardians to take precautionary measures to avoid unnecessary fire fatalities, particularly...

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CITY OF MONROE, DEPARTMENT OF FIREP.O. Box 330Monroe, Ohio  45050 513-539-8380  HIPAA COMPLIANCE POLICY   AS REQUIRED AND ENFORCED THROUGH THE US DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS “STANDARDS...

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The Monroe Fire Department is evaluating the implementation of a Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT. The CERT would be a group of residents that receive specialized training to assist First Responders in major emergencies or disasters...

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