What We Do

  • Provide comprehensive fire prevention and education
  • Deliver emergency medical and public safety services

Who We Are

  • 49 uniformed and civilian employees
  • 2 Fire Stations
    • Staffed 24 hours per day with a minimum of 13 personnel
    • Total of 1 Engine, 1 Tractor Drawn Aerial, 1 Battalion Chief
    • 2 Advanced Life Support Ambulances
    • Responses including fire suppression, emergency medical services, and vehicle extrication
  • Daytime Staff
    • Fire Prevention Office
    • Fire Training Office
    • Fire Chief’s Office
    • Administrative/Support Services

Other Services

  • Automatic Aid services to The Neighboring Fire Districts of Jefferson County, Mutual aid to the City of Louisville Fire Department and other Jefferson County Fire Districts

Mission, Vision and Values


We serve the community with compassion, integrity and commitment through prevention, education and a professional response.


We are a responsive and progressive organization. We commit to excellent leadership and professional accountability. We will achieve this through effective training, technology and adapting to the changing needs of the community.


Tradition – Passing on positive practices and information from member to member that reflect the adaptive heritage of the Department

Professionalism – Demonstrate personal and organizational excellence

Diversity – Be respectful and inclusive of the talents and needs of employees and customers

Leadership – Be a positive role model and have the courage to do what is right

Integrity – Demonstrating personal accountability by taking responsibility for one’s actions

Consistency – Maintaining uniform, reliable practices that support equity and trust

Meet the Fire Chief


About William Seng