Please remember our smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector program is still active.
Township residents may pick up a smoke and carbon monoxide detector, FREE, at our central facility located at
670 N. St. Rt. 123
Turtlecreek EMS and Fire crews ask that residents obtain reflective street number signs for their
mailboxes. These signs provide quick identification of your location for squads in emergencies. You may
call or stop by
Help us help you! If you worry about needing EMS services but being unable to reach your door to unlock for the paramedics; or if you are a business owner and wish to provide access to firefighters in the event of an
Chief Flint asks that you phone the fire station (513-932-4902) before burning to obtain clearance on air quality and other conditions. Failing to notify the fire department may result in an unexpected fire run to your
If you or a loved one require emergency medical help, information about your medical condition and prescriptions should be kept in or on your refrigerator, where EMTs know to look for them. Forms may be obtained on our website, under EMS.
Turtlecreek Twp. Fire Department would like to remind everyone that you need to replace your smoke detectors every 10 years. Due to dust build up it is important to make sure that your home has working smoke detectors