For the current guidelines and additional information go to the (CDC) Centers for Disease Control website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov and the Ohio Department of Health’s website at https://www.coronavirus.ohio.gov for up-to-date information.
Community Room rentals are suspended until further notice due to COVID-19
General access to the Fire Station is restricted until further notice due to COVID-19
Welcome to Elm Valley Joint Fire District located in Ashley, Ohio.
For 138 years and counting, we proudly serve and protect the residents of the
Village of Ashley, Oxford Township, Peru Township and Westfield Township.
"This institution is an equal opportunity provider."
****November Fire Board Meeting Notice****
The November Regular Fire Board meeting will be Held on Monday November 9th, 2020 at 8:00 PM.
Due to Ohio Health Department guidelines restricting the number of people in an indoor group, the in-person meeting is restricted to Fire Board members and staff, the meeting will be live streamed on Facebook.
The purpose of Fire Prevention is to educate the public on precautions that they can take to prevent potentially harmful fires and how to survive if they occur. Preservation of Life and the Protection of property is our goal. Fire Prevention is a proactive method of preventing Fire Emergencies or reducing the damage caused by them. The Elm Valley Joint Fire District currently has 4 State Certified Fire Safety Inspectors on staff.
For questions pertaining to:
Please contact our Fire Prevention Officer:
Captain Bob Lavender @ 740-747-2510
Interested in a Station tour? Would like our crews to attend your special event?
Please contact our Public Relations Coordinator
Firefighter Ritter @ 740-747-2510
What you can burn and when you can burn.
Help us, Help You! The Delaware County Special Needs Registry is a service offered to residents of Delaware County, Ohio. It is designed to help first responders assist residents with special functional needs in the event of a disaster or an emergency.
For Morrow County residents with disabilities, chronic conditions, and other special healthcare needs. This system is designed to identify individuals who may require special assistance during emergencies.