2355 Dixie Highway
Fort Mitchell, KY 41017

859-356-3191 Non-Emergency (24/7)
859-331-1267 Fire Administration

(July 29, 2022) The Fort Mitchell Fire Department‘s Utility Truck and UTV, staffed by Recruit Coordinator Jeff Groneck and Firefighter/EMT Paul Wigger, are officially on the road to Eastern Kentucky to assist with the flooding. Fire Chief Adam Fuller leaves tomorrow for the same area. Go to Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund to donate: https://secure.kentucky.gov/FormSe…/Finance/EKYFloodRelief


Established in 1928, the Fort Mitchell Fire Department has grown over the years with the addition of an EMS service in 1980 and a merger with the life squad in 2013. The Fire Department has a Class III fire insurance rating and was recognized as Greater Cincinnati’s Firehouse of the Year in 2007. It also utilizes the NFPA 1001 Standard on Firefighter Qualifications, consistent with the Kentucky State Fire Commission training standards.


  • 14 full-time fire/EMS staff (12 Firefighter/Paramedics and 2 Firefighter/EMTs)
  • 1 full-time Fire Chief
  • 1 full time Assistant Fire Chief
  • 15 part-time staff
  • 23 volunteers


  • 1 Rescue/pumper
  • 1 Class A pumper
  • 1 110’ aerial ladder truck
  • 2 Advanced Life Support Ambulances
  • 1 Utility Vehicle
  • 3 Chief’s vehicles


The Mission of the Fort Mitchell Fire Department is to protect lives and property to the best of our abilities in the communities of Fort Mitchell, Lakeside Park, Crestview Hills, and surrounding areas from fire, natural disasters, hazardous materials to the level of operations, and other emergency services; to save lives by providing emergency medical services; to promote safety through prevention and education programs; and to provide a work environment valuing diversity.


  • Excellence through professional development
  • Values:
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Dedication
  • Safety
  • Excellence
  • Respect
  • Innovation