For Emergencies dial 9-1-1
Attention – Township Closure Update
Concord Township offices are closed to the public due to the COVID-19 virus. Anyone wishing to drop off paperwork for Town Hall may use the dropbox next to the Town Hall entrance door. We will be checking the box hourly. If you require paperwork from the Township, please provide your phone number or email and we will contact you to make arrangements for delivery options.
For specific questions please call the Fire Department at (440) 354-7504.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times. Stay healthy.
Fire Department Press Release
Effective immediately and for the foreseeable future, Concord Township Fire Department will not be allowing visitors and will be postponing all non-essential services. Please view the March 16, 2020 Press Release for more details.
If you have questions or concerns regarding the Fire Department, please call (440) 354-7504 or email [email protected].
Part Time Firefighter/EMT
Concord Township Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of part time firefighter/EMT. Applicants must possess a valid Ohio Driver’s License, must be a State of OH, Dept. of Public Safety certified Firefighter Level II along with either an EMT/Basic or Paramedic certification. Please follow the link below for an application and more detailed information on additional qualifications, requirements and testing procedures.
Starting rate of pay: $16.24 (Basic/EMT) $17.58 (Paramedic)
Concord Township, Perry Joint Fire District and Madison Fire District participate in a joint hiring process.
Applications for Concord Township part-time firefighters are accepted at all times
Professionally Providing Our Community with Quality Service
The Concord Township Fire Department has evolved since its humble beginnings in 1948 into a modern, progressive organization. A cost-effective combination of full and part time firefighters provide fire suppression and emergency medical services from 2 fully operational fire stations. Department staffing also includes 3-part time civilian fire inspectors who provide fire safety education programs, fire inspections, and ensure new construction in Concord Township is built utilizing the most up to date safety codes.
The Fire Department works diligently to maintain fiscal responsibility. The department is funded by 2 tax levies, a 2.7 mill fire operating levy and a 4.0 mill public safety level. Revenue from the public safety levy is split between the Fire Department and law enforcement.
The Fire Department responded to 2,624 calls for service in 2018 and with each and every response we strive to fulfill our mission.