About the Department
The Kettering Fire Department provides state-of-the-art and reliable fire, paramedic, and emergency services to the Kettering community. The Kettering Fire Department proudly responded to more than 9,000 calls for emergency service in 2021. Certainly the most significant recent projects related to public safety services are our new fire stations. The new stations are a tribute to the careful planning of our administrators and the engagement of our residents to ensure that the facilities reflect the standards of our community. The four new state-of-the-art Kettering Fire Stations were the result of a strategic planning process which began in 2006 and led to a comprehensive modernization strategy for all aspects of the Kettering Fire Department. With an average age of 42 years, Kettering’s fire stations lacked the physical space or available land to properly allow for the improvements necessary to upgrade to current standards.
Asst. Chief Brian Beaver (photo not available)