Georgetown Township Fire Protection District 5610 Corydon Ridge Road Georgetown, IN. 47112 (812) 948-0288 Phone (812) 948-8825 Fax Hiring List – Job Posting Firefighter/EMT Salary Range: $31,000 to $37,000 Hours: 24 on 48 off Shift Benefits: Medical and Life Insurance Prerequisites Listed Below Mandatory Firefighting Experience Hazardous Materials Awareness Hazardous Materials Operations (within… Read more »
In partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Indiana Criminal Justice InstituteICJI), the Georgetown Twp. Fire District would like to remind child passenger seat owners of the free child seat pagep.inspection station available in their community. Proper child seat usage saves lives, and knowing how to install a child seat and when… Read more »
Georgetown Drive In and Georgetown Twp. Fire Protection District will be teaming up for “Family Fun Night” Saturday July, 23 for a showing of “Ice Age: Collision Course”. GTFPD will have various apparatus to tour and fire safety education for the kids from 7-9:30 P.M. Georgetown Drive In is located at 8200 State Road 64… Read more »
In partnership with the Automotive Safety Program, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI), GTFD announced today the upcoming 2015 Child Passenger Safety Week. The week promotes the importance of proper child seat safety, by raising awareness through a national and statewide ad campaign. Child Passenger Safety Week is… Read more »
See our training update for June. Check it out.
Georgetown Township Fire Protection District has recently taken ownership of a 105′ Smeal Ladder, the staff at GTFD worked long and hard to find such an outstanding value for a piece of equipment that is going to last this district for years to come. The objective of the ladder, known as,”The Little Chief,” is to… Read more »
Check out our busy training update for April. Check it out here.
Georgetown Elementary is having a blood drive on May 11th from 3 pm till 8 pm in the gymnasium. This drive is in honor of the Hope For Harper Foundation.
GTFPD has been busy in February with training, Here is our update with pictures.
GTFPD has been busy in February with training, Here is our update.
We are training with our new Ladder truck, check out our December training update.
The Training Bureau has been very busy in both October and November by training on special rescue and Ebola preparedness. Check out our update and pictures.
Our training bureau as always works very hard on training. Check out what is going on and see lots of pictures.
Our training bureau has as always been very busy lately. Check out what is going on and see some pictures.
The Fire District is having an American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR class on Saturday August 16 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM at our station 1 8910 State Road 64 in Georgetown. The cost of the class is $35.00 cash or money order made out to Roger Montgomery the money is due before… Read more »
Join Us on July 31st for a Day of Social Media Conversation As we approach rising summer temperatures, the danger for kids left in hot vehicles increases exponentially: at least 17 children have already died this year from vehicular heatstroke. Heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash vehicle fatalities for children 14 and under. Nearly… Read more »
The Indiana Homeland Security Foundation awarded Georgetown Fire District $4,000 for a self-contained breathing apparatus dual fill station. This modern dual fill station with updated safety features replaces our outdated single fill station purchased in 1989. The older unit did not have separate fill and supply pressure gauges. Moreover, The new device can return self… Read more »
The Georgetown Township Fire Protection District would like to thank Highland Hills Middle School for the opportunity to teach the 7th grade Health Class spring semester CPR and first aid. Instructors form GTFD taught student every Wednesday and was able to educate approximately 460 seventh grade students on skills that could possibly save a life…. Read more »