• $160,115 grant improves patient care and firefighter safety - Washington Township Fire Department received a grant in the amount of $160,115 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) which will be used to purchase four LUCAS™ chest compression systems with a four year warranty and make upgrades to the exhaust evacuation systems at ...Read More
  • A day dedicated to the cause of world peace - Washington Township thanks and honors all Veteran and active duty military personnel for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.  On Veterans Day, November 11th, we hope you will join us at a Veterans Day ceremony, hosted by VFW Post 10691 and ...Read More
  • A Day for Dublin’s Seniors - On May 16th from 11 a.m. to noon, the City of Dublin will celebrate Seniors by hosting it’s fun and fabulous Senior Day event. Stop by the Dublin Community Recreation Center and say hello to Washington Township Paramedics, who will be offering free blood pressure ...Read More
  • A key box could save your life - Our firefighter/Paramedics will force entry into your home to help you, if necessary, but that takes time and damages property. Instead, consider making a key available in a lockbox outside your home. One kind of lockbox is a Knox Box®. Mounted near your front door, ...Read More
  • A little respect goes a long way when using fireworks - While illegal to possess or use in Ohio, lighting firecrackers, bottle rockets and Roman candles as part of 4th of July celebrations has become commonplace. It’s true…Fireworks can create excitement and a memorable experience, but they also cause 2/3 of injuries reported from fireworks. The best way to ...Read More
  • A Matter of Balance - More than one in three people age 65 years or older falls each year. Falls put a person, especially older adults, at risk of serious injury. How can you reduce your risk of falling? Reduce as many risk factors as possible! The Central Ohio Area Agency on ...Read More
  • April Food Drive to Benefit the Mid-Ohio Foodbank - During the month of April, we’re collecting unexpired, canned, dried, and boxed food in support of the MidOhio Food Bank. We thank you for any donations you are able to make at our four fire station drop off locations: 6255 Shier Rings Rd, 4497 ...Read More
  • Are portable fire escape ladders a good thing? - The fire department is asked a lot about whether we recommend fire escape ladders for children’s bedrooms. There are many factors to consider when determining whether a portable ladder is for you or your family. Portable fire escape ladders are designed for emergency escapes ...Read More
  • Ask for native plants - The next time you are considering shrubs, trees or perennials for your landscape, take a look at species that are native to Ohio. Plant species that grow naturally in Ohio, are better suited to Ohio’s temperatures, rainfall, and soil composition. Like all plants, they ...Read More
  • Avoid car seat installation mistakes - The broad spectrum of car seat makes and models coupled with variations in vehicle interiors can make it challenging to get your child car seat properly secured in your vehicle. The four most common installation issues our Certified Car Seat Technician sees during installation appointments are: belts ...Read More
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