What services does the Liberty Township Fire Department (LTFD) provide?

The Liberty Township Fire Department is a combination department consisting of career and part-time employees. As an organization, LTFD offers much more than fire suppression services and continues to strive to exceed the industry standards within the profession in all areas.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

  • The Liberty Township Fire Department operates all medical services rendered at the highest level of care possible in the State of Ohio as Advanced Life Support (ALS). Every apparatus responding to an emergency has at least one Paramedic to consistently deliver the highest quality care possible. Annual continuing education is required to maintain this certification.

Fire and Rescue

  • All Liberty Township Fire Department career employees are trained at the highest level possible within the State of Ohio and so are a high percentage of the part-time staff. Beyond fire suppression techniques, Liberty Township employees are expected to proficiently mitigate emergencies involving car crashes, chemical spills, among many others. Annual continuing education is required to maintain this certification.

Technical Rescue

  • Many employees of the Liberty Township Fire Department are actively involved in a Butler County regional response team that specifically responds to emergencies that require advanced specialized training. These skills include: trench rescue, rope rescue, swift water rescue and many more. These highly trained personnel further enhance the day-to-day operation of the fire department.

Inspections

  • Annually, the Liberty Township Fire Department performs a Fire Safety Inspection on each business within the Township. These are done as a proactive measure to prevent emergencies. Annual continuing education is required to maintain this certification.

Foster Care Inspections

  • Liberty Township Fire Department Fire Safety Inspectors regularly perform inspections on residences that are applying to become foster parents. These inspections consist of routine testing of smoke and CO detectors, escape plans, and general safety advice from the inspector.
  • Call Fire Headquarters at 513-759-7530 to schedule an appointment.

Child Safety Car Seat Installation

  • The Liberty Township Fire Department has certified car seat technicians on duty at various fire stations to assist the community with proper installation of a child safety seat. The technicians will ensure that the car seats are installed correctly, teach you how to install the car seat, and ensure the car seat doesn't have any active recalls.
  • Call Fire Headquarters at 513-759-7530 to schedule an appointment.

CPR Classes

  • Every month throughout each calendar year, three CPR courses are held and available to the community for participation. Course offerings include: BLS Healthcare Provider, Heartsaver AED, and First Aid with Heartsaver AED. Liberty Township residents receive a discount upon registration.
  • Click here to registered for a course.

Juvenile Fire Setter

  • The Liberty Township Fire Department offers this one-on-one counseling session to assist in educating young people about the importance of fire safety. This avenue provides a young person the opportunity to hear from a veteran firefighter about the dangers of fire.
  • Call Fire Headquarters at 513-759-7530 to schedule an appointment.

Fire Explorer Post

  • The Liberty Township Fire Department, in accordance with the Dan Beard Council's oversight, offer a youth program for young women and men interested in a career within the fire service. This program affords a unique opportunity to learn about the fire service profession, while simultaneously teaching valuable life skills.
  • If you are interested in joining the post, please contact Fire Headquarters at 513-759-7530. 

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1. What services does the Liberty Township Fire Department (LTFD) provide?
2. How does the Liberty Township Fire Department provide Fire/EMS Service?
3. Where are the Liberty Township fire stations located?
4. What is the Liberty Township Fire Department's Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating?
5. When should I call the fire station and when should I call 911?
6. What happens when I call 911?
7. What should I do when encountering an emergency vehicle that is utilizing lights and siren?
8. Why do emergency responders sometimes turn off lights and siren and then turn them back on?
9. Why do some department members wear orange shirts and helmets?
10. I was transported to the hospital by Liberty Township EMS, will I receive a bill?
11. Why did a fire truck show up when I only called for an ambulance?
12. What does it mean when I hear the weather sirens go off?
13. Why did I see a firetruck or ambulance at the grocery store?
14. Why does the fire department flow the fire hydrants?
15. How can residents help with hydrant maintenance?
16. What part does the fire department play in natural disasters?
17. Are the Liberty Township fire stations Safe Havens for infants?
18. Can I bring expired and/or unwanted prescription medications to the firehouse for proper disposal?
19. Do I get billed for a fire alarm response?
20. What is the history of the Liberty Township Fire Department?