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The City of Centerville is located in portions of both Greene and Montgomery Counties and contracts with two township fire departments.  

Greene County: Sugarcreek Township Fire Department

sugarcreek station4398 Clyo Rd.
Dayton, OH 45459
937-848-7344

Jeff Leaming, Fire Chief

The Sugarcreek Township Fire Department is known as one of the fastest growing and most aggressive fire departments in the area. The fire department was developed in 1988 after Sugarcreek Township and the City of Bellbrook agreed to become separate entities. Since that time, both the fire department and the township have grown immensely. The Sugarcreek Township Fire Department operates with full-time (career), part-time and volunteer personnel. Citizens that reside in and visit our township can rest assured they are protected with state of the art equipment and caring professional personnel from our fire department. The Sugarcreek Township Fire Department provides both fire protection and EMS (emergency medical services), public education classes such as CPR (cardio pulmonary resucitation), fire prevention programs to the public, and an explorer program for children ages 13-21 who have an interest in serving in the fire/ems field. The fire department also participates in numerous community based functions.

Mission Statement
"Caring professionals protecting the community."


Montgomery County: Washington Township Fire Department

fire trucks outside station8320 McEwen Rd.
Dayton, OH 45458
937-433-3083

Bill Gaul, Fire Chief

The Washington Township Fire Department has 5 fire stations that service both the City of Centerville and Washington Township. The Fire Department consists of approximately 200 personnel.

The Fire Department offers a variety of programs focused on improving community safety, such as placing automated external defibrillators in public locations and training people in their use. Others programs are available to those who contact the department – including CPR training, address locator signs, child safety seat inspections and vial of life materials .

Mission Statement
Our Mission - to provide emergency services along with prevention and education to ensure the safety and security of the community we serve.