Mifflin Township Fire Department
Richland County, Ohio
Welcome to the Mifflin Township Fire Department, Richland County, Ohio
The Mifflin Township Fire Department is a combination department serving Mifflin Township in Richland County, Ohio. We serve an area of 23.5 square miles with approximately 7000 residents. Our department includes 8 full time employees and approximately 25 part time employees. We serve our township out of 2 stations: Station 81 (manned 24 hours), Station 82 (manned 24 hours). Our equipment includes 4 Pumper/Tankers, 3 ALS Squads, Grass Truck, and Utility vehicle.
Chief Brian Mowry
2326 Park Ave East
Mansfield, OH 44903
1900 Ashland Rd
Mansfield, OH 44905
We are Hiring Part-time Personnel!!
Hourly ranges between $14 & $16, depending on certification level.
Stop by Station 81 for application or print out application and return to Station 81 or email to the Chief Mowry: firstname.lastname@example.org
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THE MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT IS DEDICATED WITH PROFESSIONALISM AND COMPASSION, TO THE PRESERVATION OF LIFE AND PROTECTION OF PROPERTY TO THE RESIDENTS, AND VISITORS OF MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP
Fire Department Values
Teamwork - All members of the department working together to achieve the department's Mission Statement.
Integrity - Our commitment to compassion while maintaining the utmost value of honesty, moral and ethic conduct.
Excellence - Our department-wide commitment to achieve the best from ourselves and co-workers.
Responsibility - Each and every member of the department living up to the responsibilities with which they have been entrusted.
Accountability - The willingness of every team member to improve upon imperfections and inadequacies, in order to improve the delivery of service to those we are sworn to protect.
Communication - To always maintain the lines of dialogue between members, officers, elected officials, other public agencies and the public.
Knowledge - An organizational-wide commitment to constantly increase and acquire more knowledge in order to meet the fire department's Mission Statement.