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Fairfield Firehouses

The Fairfield Fire Department operates out of three stations across the city:

Fairfield Fire Headquarters/Station #31

The City of Fairfield's Fire Headquarters, located at 375 Nilles Road, was dedicated in May 1990. and serves a dual purpose as the administrative headquarters for the Department and as district operations for Fire Station #31.

The 12,500 facility includes:

  • 4,200 square feet of apparatus storage,
  • A 400-square-foot fitness facility
  • Kitchen
  • Dormitory facilities for 10 personnel
  • 5,000 square feet of administrative offices
  • A 1,500-square-foot training room for Fire Department personnel
  • A 600-square-foot meeting room used from public meetings and activities

This station also houses the department's pump-testing facility and the SCBA maintenance facility for the department.

The station is equipped with a 1998 E-One pumper/aerial combination equipped with a 1,000 gpm pump and 75 foot aerial with a pre-piped waterway and remote nozzle; a 1994 Horton modular ambulance; a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit; a support services unit; and a 1999 three-quarter ton pickup that serves as a utility vehicle.

Fairfield Station #32

Fairfield's Station #32, located at 6540 Dixie Highway, was dedicated in July 1999.

The 11,400 square foot facility sits on a two-acre site located in the eastern portion of the City of Fairfield and is comprised of:

  • 4,500 square feet of apparatus storage
  • A 400-square-foot fitness facility
  • Kitchen and dayroom
  • Dormitory facilities for 10 personnel
  • 800 square feet of district offices
  • A 600-square-foot meeting room used for public meetings and activities

The station is equipped with a 2000 E-One pumper/aerial combination equipped with a 1,000 gpm pump and 75 foot aerial with a pre-piped waterway and remote nozzle; a 1978 GMC 1,000 gpm pumper (reserve unit); a 1996 Horton modular ambulance; a 1992 Horton Modular ambulance (reserve unit); a 1996 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit; and a 1994 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit (reserve unit).

The paramedic bicycle program is operated from this station.

Fairfield Station #33

Station #33, located at 6118 Winton Road, was dedicated in 1978 and expanded in 2002.

The 7,200 square foot facility sits on a one-acre site located in the south-central portion of the City of Fairfield and includes.

  • 3,000 square feet of apparatus storage
  • Kitchen and dayroom
  • Dormitory facilities for five
  • 288 square feet of district offices.

The station is equipped with a 1992 E-One pumper equipped with a 1,500 gpm pump; a 1986 Saulsbury Heavy Rescue unit; and a 1999 Horton modular ambulance that is ALS (Advanced Life Support) equipped.

This station also serves as the district office for the assigned career shift supervisor.

Fire
City of Fairfield
375 Nilles Road
Fairfield, OH 45014
(513) 867-5379 (phone)
(513) 867-6060 (fax)
fire@fairfield-city.org