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The City of Mason Fire Department handles over 4,800 fire and medical emergency responses each year. The department provides primary Fire and EMS protection within the corporate limits of Mason along with mutual aid assistance to neighboring communities 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Dispatching is through the Warren County Communications Center, located in Lebanon, a city 5 miles north of Mason.

The Fire Department operates out of two stations located on the north (Station 51) and south (Station 52) end of the City. Fire and EMS personnel are customer service oriented and work closely with the residents, businesses and City administration. The department is committed to a stringent training schedule including EMS, Fire and Technical rescue training drills. The City of Mason Fire Department is a part of the Northeast Fire Collaborative, uses the Blue Card Command System, and operates under the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council Protocol.

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fire stations

Fire Station 51 is located at 4420 Mason-Montgomery Road. Battalion 51, Engine 51, and Medic 51 are the primary response units in the areas north of Tylersville Road. This station is staffed with 6-7 personnel, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Click on the video below to take a virtual tour of Fire Station 51!

Fire Station 52 is located at 5500 Cedar Village Drive. Ladder 52, Medic 52, and Medic 53 are the primary response units in the areas south of Tylersville Road. This station is staffed with 6-8 personnel, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Click on the video below to take a virtual tour of Fire Station 52!

fire safety services

The City of Mason employs a full-time fire safety inspector who enforces state and local fire codes in the city. The City of Mason Fire Department’s goal is to work with businesses to ensure their continued success by minimizing losses through loss control and fire and emergency prevention. At least once a year, the inspectors visit all businesses in Mason to ensure that they provide a safe work environment and are in compliance with state and local fire codes. If and when violations are found, the owner/occupant is given notice to correct the items and is given an appropriate amount of time to make the changes to obtain compliance.

The fire safety inspector also works closely with the city’s Engineering & Building Department to review plans for new subdivisions, buildings, and additions to existing structures. Their goal is to make sure these meet fire code regulations and are easily accessible for fire and EMS equipment, and to help ensure that all fire safety items are addressed prior to the start of construction.

public education

A significant part of Mason’s Fire Department services is public education programming taught by on-duty Fire and EMS personnel. Please contact the Fire Department to set up Car Seat Inspections, Station Tours and Fire Safety Talks.

Mason’s Campus Safety Team initiative improves safety and advances the partnership between the City, Mason City Schools, business partners and the community. The Campus Safety Team is made up of individuals within the Fire and Police Departments and continues to build upon Mason’s culture of wellness and positive relationship building. As a community partner, the Team serves as a resource for your safety training needs. The following training programs are provided free of charge and can be tailored in length depending on your specific needs: CPR/AED Training, Emergency Action plan Review, Fire Extinguisher Training, and Stop the Bleed.

community emergency response team (cert)

The Community Emergency Response Team is a citizen organization that is trained to help out in a disaster until professional responders can take over. Training is provided.

contact us

The Mason Fire Department is ready to respond to any type of emergency. In addition, the department conducts safety classes and inspections, and is always happy to answer your questions about emergency services. Please call the Administrative Office at 513.229.8540 to inquire about our programs. For emergency assistance dial 911. If you need immediate assistance after normal business hours call the Warren County Dispatch Non-Emergency number 513-695-2525.

Location and hours

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