Fire Station 91
Constructed: 1983 | Remodeled: 2008
Station 91 is the largest station in the township. Thirteen firefighters, including fire command officers, are assigned to this station. In addition to serving as the first responding unit for fire and EMS emergencies within the southwest area of the Township, the station houses specialty teams and equipment for heavy rescue operations, grass fire, dive operations, and command staffing. These specialty teams and equipment respond throughout the entire township on emergency scenes. Most notably, the station houses Ladder 91, a 100 foot aerial ladder which is dispatched on all fire alarms and reported structure fires and Rescue 91, a rescue engine equipped as the primary heavy rescue unit for auto accidents, building collapse, rope rescue efforts and more.
Fire Station 92
Six firefighters are assigned to this station, providing fire, EMS, and water rescue services. The district primarily covers the eastern portions of the Township, including the Scioto River. Advance life support emergency response occurs on Medic 92 and fire response occurs on Engine 92. The station also offers a community room for neighborhood and civic meetings. The station is dedicated in memory to the service of former Washington Township Assistant Fire Chief James Ross.
Fire Station 93
Constructed: 1990 | Remodeled: 2009
Station 93 has the largest service district in the Township. Six firefighters are assigned to this station, providing fire, EMS and water rescue services. In addition to operating the advance life support Medic 93, staff at this station operate Quint 93, a fire engine with 75 foot aerial ladder. This district covers a significant residential portions of the township. The 9-11 Memorial is displayed at the station, in commemoration of the lives lost on September 11, 2001. The Memorial is open to the public and available for viewing at the front entrance.
Fire Station 95
Station 95 is located within a water tower and is only one of four such fire stations in the nation known to co-locate in a water storage facility. The location is a joint partnership between the City of Columbus, who operates the 1 million gallon water facility, City of Dublin who owns the tower and the land, and Washington Township, who leases the tower column for the fire station. The bay is on the ground level and living quarters are above the bay.
The station’s district covers a significant portion of the commercial areas of the community. Six firefighters are assigned to Station 95, providing advance life support and fire response on Medic 95 and Engine 95.