The fire department's primary responsibility in the event of a natural disaster is to be the first responders on the ground, making every effort to help those in need.
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The Liberty Township Fire Department is a combination department consisting of career and part-time employees. As an organization, LTFD offers much more than fire suppression services and continues to strive to exceed the industry standards within the profession in all areas.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Fire and Rescue
Foster Care Inspections
Child Safety Car Seat Installation
Juvenile Fire Setter
Fire Headquarters - Station 1136682 Princeton-Glendale RoadLiberty Township, OH 45044513-759-7530
Station 1115170 Princeton-Glendale RoadLiberty Township, OH 45044
Station 1127655 Princeton RoadLiberty Township, OH 45044
The Liberty Township Fire Department recently reevaluated its Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating. As of April 1, 2018, the department's ISO rating is a 2. Some homeowners and commercial insurance companies base their insurance rates on a fire department's ISO rating. Residents are advised to make sure that their policies are up-to-date with the new ISO rating of 2. In the few areas of Liberty Township where fire hydrants are not available, the ISO rating is 9. This is the best rating possible for a non-hydranted area.
When to call 911
Never prank call 911
When to call the fire station
Actions to DO
Actions to NOT DO
Reasons an emergency vehicle may discontinue lights and siren:
Liberty Township Fire Department members wearing orange uniforms and/or equipment are new recruits. These new employees wear orange in an effort to maximize safety by being immediately identifiable as a brand new employee, which allows supervisors and senior members an added layer of safety when mentoring new employees to the organization.
Liberty Township Fire contracts with a third party billing company, Medicount Billing. LTFD does not send any type of bill to you directly and we do not accept any payment for bills of service your receive. LTFD has two forms of billing, soft-billing and hard-billing. Residents of Liberty Township are soft-billed and non-residents are hard-billed. If you have questions about a bill you have received or any other questions in general, please contact Melissa at 513-759-7535 between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.
All Liberty Township firefighters are cross-trained as either EMTs or Paramedics. Based on information given on a 911 call, we may send additional EMT personnel or a fire truck to ensure we provide the highest level of care possible.
The weather sirens in Butler County are activated when:
The Liberty Township Fire Department is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so the firefighters on-duty may shop for groceries to prepare their meals for the day. This practice allows crews to buy food for the day while maintaining vehicle staffing levels for proper emergency response.
The fire department performs maintenance on all fire hydrants annually. Maintenance is conducted each May to ensure that hydrants are trustworthy and ready for service after the cold winter.
Yes, the Liberty Township firehouses are Safe Havens for infants. Only a birth parent (mother or father) can bring a child to the firehouse in the Safe Haven program within 30 days of birth. More detailed information about the Ohio Safe Haven Law can be found here.
Liberty Township does not have a regular prescription medication drop off program. The police departments in our area that do have 24/7 prescription medication drop off include:
City of Fairfield, 5230 Pleasant Avenue, 45014
City of Middletown, 1 Donham Plaza, 45042
City of Monroe, 233 South Main Street, 45050
Butler County Sheriff, 705 Hanover Street, 45011
Miami University Police Department, 4945 Oxford-Trenton Road, 45056, M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. only
City of Oxford, 11 South Poplar Street, 45056, M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. only
No, even if it turns out to be a false alarm. This is part of the service the Liberty Township Fire Department provides.
The Liberty Township Fire Department's growth has been driven by the population growth experienced in the area.
Beginning July 1, 2022, Ohioans can legally discharge 1.4G consumer fireworks in Ohio on certain days UNLESS the relevant political subdivision has chosen to ban their use. (Ohioans are NOT permitted to purchase or discharge 1.3G display fireworks.) Ohioans can discharge consumer fireworks on designated dates and times unless limited by local laws. Liberty Township has no additional restrictions in place currently. View the Ohio Fireworks Law in its entirety.