Bainbridge Township fire department

Protecting Life, Property, and the Environment

Fire Department

The Bainbridge Township Fire Department is an organization of dedicated professionals who are committed to serving the community by protecting life, property, and the environment around the clock through emergency medical, fire suppression and prevention, and educational services for 72 years.

The department consists of highly trained and well-educated emergency service professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality services to the community in the safest, most efficient, and professional manner possible. The Bainbridge Township Fire Department staff takes pride in the department’s rich history with a strong sense of duty towards excellent performance in the present, while preparing to meet the challenges of the future.

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March 2023 Fire Department Statistics Open File
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Meet the Chief

Fire Chief, Lou Ann Metz

fully renovated station


In 2013, the latest station renovation was completed, making room for the over 50 members of the Fire Department. The renovated station is 26,743 square feet and is expected to serve the needs of the department for at least 40-50 years.

The Bainbridge Township Fire Department proudly protects 11,395 people living in a consistently developing area of 25 square miles. The department staffs at least five firefighters, including paramedics, 24 hours a day/7 days a week, and operates a fleet of three advanced life support ambulances, two engines, a 100′ aerial platform, and a water tanker.

We're here, we care!

Information about

Burn Permits


Citizens Fire Academy

In order to be considered for participation in the Citizens Fire Academy, which is sponsored by the Bainbridge Township Fire Department, each candidate must complete this form.

Information about

Lock Boxes