XENIA TOWNSHIP FIRE 


ALWAYS CALL 911 FOR A MEDICAL EMERGENCY


Headquarters, Fire Station 51
8 Brush Row Road (in Old Town)
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-7857
FAX (937) 352-0057

Xenia Township Fire Station #51 (North) is located in the village of Old Town. The firehouse with the Township administrative offices attached is located on the corner of U.S. 68 north of Xenia.

This building was constructed in 1976, and houses the Fire Chief’s office, meeting room and 5 pieces of apparatus--Engine 51, Medic 51, Medic 53, Tanker 51 and Brush 51.

The old North Firehouse is right next door.


Fire Station 52
893 US 68 South
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-5336
FAX (937)372-9920

Xenia Township Fire Station #52 (South) is located south of Xenia. This facility was opened in 1972 and houses 6 pieces of apparatus. Station #52 units are first due response for Caesarscreek Township to the south of Xenia Township. The Xenia Township Fire Station #52 houses Engine 52, Medic 52, Rescue 52, Brush 52, and Tanker 52.


Xenia Township Fire Department is now hiring Part-Time FFII/Paramedics.
Qualified applicants must possess:
1. A valid Driver's License
2. Must be at least 18 years old and out of high school
3. Have a current CPR card
4. Hold a current EMT certification
5. Hold a current FFII certificate
6. And not have any felony convictions.
We look forward to receiving your application and becoming a member of our team.
 
 

Help our Fire Department to find you! Purchase a green reflective address identifer?

Click HERE for an order form

Every second counts during a fire,police or medical emergency. Valuable time can be lost if your address number is not clearly posted where emergency responders can see it.

In an effort to locate your home duringan emergency, the Xenia Township Firefighters Community Association is offeringa 6” x 18” reflective sign that can clearly display your street address. These signs are invaluable to firefighters, paramedics or police officers who may be looking for your home during an emergency.

The signs can be installed easily on mailbox posts and will allow your street address

to be prominently displayed on both sides of the sign. They ensure visibility, even during high grass or snow conditions.


Our History

After two fires prior to August of 1948, the Xenia Township residents approached the Xenia Township Trustees, Jacob Harner, Walter Hartman, and Emery Beall, inquiring about fire protection. The trustees at the time set a meeting to discuss the possibility of purchasing firefighting apparatus. A committee was chosen to begin work on the project so that the issue could be placed on the November 1948 ballot. The committee consisted of Walter Nash, Paul Baugh and James Hawkins. There was also a discussion of purchasing two booster-tank fire trucks. Each tank would have a capacity to hold 600 to 800 gallons of water.

The committee working on the project visited surrounding departments, such as Beavercreek and Jeffersonville. They inspected the fire equipment used by each department.

By September, the trustees recommended that a $37,000 bond issue for fire fighting would be needed. Xenia Township residents approved the bond issue at the November election. The vote was 1,020 for and 181 against. The bond was later reduced to $20,000 which was the maximum amount allowed by law for such purchases. The bond was used for the purchase of two trucks and two houses.

By March of 1950, the trustees advertised for two pumpers. The trustees were seeking bids on two types of trucks. The first was for two trucks with heavy-duty chassis without any equipment. The other was for two trucks with heavy-duty chassis with equipment.

In June 1950, a call went out for volunteer fire fighters. Twenty men answered the call. By September, there were fifty men who wanted to be volunteer fire fighters.

Fire Department with fire engine in front of North End Fire House (Old Town)

According to the Gazette, the first run made by the Xenia Township Fire Department was on November 17, 1950. The call was to the Grover Crawford home on Ledbetter Road. It was a rubbish fire that had spread.

Two fire trucks were purchased from the Central Fire Truck Corporation for the sum of $16,663.10

Today the two original firehouses are still in Xenia Township. One is located on Brush Row Road and is still owned by Xenia Township. It is also used by the Road Department. The former south station is located on U.S. 68 across from the old Ohio Veterans' Children's Home (presently Legacy Ministries International) and is now privately owned for use as an auto repair shop.

The Xenia Township Fire Department has served the Xenia Community since 1948. The Xenia Township Fire Department was founded by men and women from your neighborhood, who dedicate their time and experience to provide fire protection for your family and business. The Xenia Township Fire Department provides emergency services for the residents of Xenia Township and Caesarscreek Township.  Currently, the Xenia Township Fire Department consists of an administration office and two fire stations located north and south of the City of Xenia.

Xenia Township Fire Department utilizes the talents and abilities of 60 personnel (a combination of full-time and part-time) to provide these services. Personnel are based in 2 fire stations housing 12 pieces of emergency apparatus.

Xenia Township Fire Department provides fire protection services, including firefighting, fire inspections, public safety education, and special rescue with training on automobile crash extrication.

Emergency medical services are also a major part of the department workload. Xenia Township Fire Department has nearly 40 personnel cross-trained as EMTs and paramedics. They provide complete advanced cardiac life support care using state-of-the-art technology.  In addition, Xenia Township Fire Department medics provide care for victims of trauma, illness, and injuries.

The Xenia Township Fire Department Technical Rescue Team is comprised of a dozen members who have special training and skills for rope rescue and rappelling, below grade trench rescue, and confined space rescue situations. 

MEET OUR CREW

Fire Chief:

Greg Beegle

Captain:                                                                                            

Logan Surls

Lieutenants:

Jason Evans

Kelly Hines

Brian Miller

Shawn Richter

Full Time:

Hannah Conley

Aletha Friesen

Kelly Hines

Part Time:

Tony Albertini

Elizabeth Beam

Adam Bistrek

Katie Boyd

Hunter Bradford

Justin Comer

Wade Davis 

Amy Everett

TJ Fries

Ryan Harper

Tim Hines

Preston Holland

Joe Mahaffey

Colin Mangan

Wesley Moss

Joe Mullikin

Luke Neikirk

Carl Schneider

Daniel Schrand

Cory Schrier

Bryan Simpson

Josh Smith

Luke Sorensen

Cameron Stegall

Kelly Weeks

Jessica Williams

Paid On Call:

Clint Adams

Kaleena Albertini

Garrett Beam

Wade Beam

Doug Cope