The Madison Township Fire Department was established in the early 1950's with the Miltonville station opening first and the Poasttown station opening soon thereafter. In the earlier years you might have known the departments listed as North Madison Fire Department and South Madison Fire Department, both stations were governed by the Township Trustees but were ran by their own fire department officers. In the year 2000, the Township Trustees decided to merge the two fire departments as one with one Fire Chief and Assistant Chief's in charge of their respective stations. In 2006 the Madison Life Squad Inc. contacted the Township Trustees and requested that the Township assume the responsibilities of EMS service for the township. The Madison Township Fire Department currently operates (3) stations with (10) pieces of Fire and EMS apparatus, has approximately 45-50 members with half of those being part time members running EMS operations out of Station 153 at the intersection of SR122 and Mosiman Road, the Poasttown and Miltonville stations running paid call firefighters out of there stations. The Madison Township Fire Department has of 2018 is handling approximately 1000 calls for service on average for the year, calls such as medical assistance, structure fires, automobile crashes, brush fires, haz-mat calls, etc. The Madison Township Fire Department currently has its own Facebook page where you can see various events, calls for service, and community functions. Any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact one of our stations or department officer's.
Madison Township Fire Department
4398 Elk Creek Road
6415 Middletown Germantown Road
5655 Mosiman Road