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Below are recent news items and events happening at Beavercreek Township Fire Department.

Beavercreek Township Fire Department Hosts 8th Annual “Old Timers” Breakfast

We are trying to reach out to past Beavercreek Fire Department members and thank them for their service to our community.
A breakfast will be held at Station #1 (61), 2195 Dayton-Xenia Road, June 2, 2018 from 8:00am to 11:00am
We would appreciate any contact information that you can provide. We will have pictures from our archives there that morning to look over, reminisce and identify people whose names we don’t have listed.
We are having trouble locating some of our members, especially those from 1980 and earlier.

If you were a member, have a family member that was a member, or know of past members; please contact Michele Grogean at the Fire Administration Office, 937-426-1213 or

Beavercreek Township Fire Department Expands with Building a Fifth Station

Beavercreek Township housing has been growing astronomically and with that comes a need to expand public safety services. A fifth fire station to serve the northeast part of the township is set to be built at the southwest corner of Fairground Road and Trebein Road. Putting a fire station at this location will serve the residents in the area much better. picture
Construction will begin in the early spring and be opened by the end of 2018. Below is a picture of the groundbreaking ceremony that took place on December 20, 2017.

Beavercreek Township Fire Department Hires Fulltime Firefighter to Fill Vacancy

The Beavercreek Township Fire Department hires full time firefighter, Steve Hamilton, to fill a vacancy. Steve Hamilton was in the Air Force for 4 years before he was honorably discharged. He joined the Springfield Fire Division as a firefighter/paramedic and was with Springfield for the last fourteen years. Steve is married and has four children. He loves to go hunting, fishing and camping with his family. Steve is enjoying working for the Beavercreek Township Fire Department and helping the community.

Beavercreek Township Fire Department receives American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Performance Award

The American Heart Association recognized the Beavercreek Township Fire Department at the June 12, 2017 Township Trustees Meeting achieving the 2017 Mission Lifeline EMS Gold Performance Achievement Award. Beavercreek Township Fire Department is part of an elite group of prehospital agencies in the US focused on not just "high functioning" but also "high quality" STEMI systems of care. They join 627 other EMS agencies in the US and 1 of 60 other EMS agencies in Ohio that are receiving the 2017 American Heart Association Mission:Lifeline EMS Gold Performance Achievement Award. picture

To receive the Gold Performance Achievement Award, Beavercreek Township Fire Department achieved a 75% or higher compliance score for each specific EMS quality measure for 24 months. These measures include:

* Percentage of patients with non-traumatic chest pain equal or greater to 35 years of age, treated and transported by EMS who receives a pre-hospital 12 Lead electrocardiograms.
* Percentage of STEMI patients transported to a STEMI Receiving Center, with pre-hospital First Medical Contact (FMC) to Device (PCI) equal or less than 90 minutes.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported nearly a 21% decrease in the age-adjusted mortality rate from heart attacks in Greene County. The communities served by Beavercreek Township Fire Department should be very proud of their prehospital care professionals. Congratulations to the Beavercreek Township Fire Department on your accomplishment.

Website Updates
Posted on 3.28.2011
Beavercreek Township Fire Department's website has been updated to included easier navigation, faster uploads, and more publicly available information.