Clark County Indiana Fire Departments

Clark County Fire Department locations include the following: 

Borden-Wood Twp. Fire Department

  • Station 1-Headquarters – 327 Main Street, Borden
  • Station 2 – Rake Road & St. John Road, Borden

Charlestown Fire Department

  • Station 1-Headquarters – 800 Park Street, Charlestown
  • Station 2 – 100 Washington Street, Otisco
  • Station 3 – 1900 Patrol Road, Charlestown
  • Station 4 – 16909 IN-62, Charlestown
  • Station 5 – 5511 County Road 403, Charlestown 

Website: https://ctownfire.org

Clarksville Fire Department

  • Station 1 – 106 E. Stansifer Avenue, Clarksville
  • Station 2-Headquarters – 2249 Sam Gwin Drive, Clarksville
  • Station 3 – 404 Hale Rd, Clarksville

Website: https://www.townofclarksville.com/departments/fire-department/

Jeffersonville Fire Department

  • Station 1 – 735 Wall Street, Jeffersonville
  • Station 2-Headquarters – 2204 E. 10th Street, Jeffersonville
  • Station 3 – 1603 Truckers Blvd, Jeffersonville
  • Station 4 – 5311 E. 10th Street, Jeffersonville
  • Station 5 – 2006 Allison Lane, Jeffersonville

Website: https://cityofjeff.net/fire/

Monroe Township Fire Department

  • Station 1- Headquarters – 315 S. Ferguson Street, Henryville
  • Station 2 – Underwood
  • Station 3 – 805 Henryville Blue Lick Road, Memphis

Website: http://mtvfd.com/

New Washington Fire Department

  • Station 1 – Headquarters – 23511 IN-62, New Washington
  • Station 2 – 18000 Marysville Road, Marysville

Tri-Township Fire Department

  • Station 1 – Headquarters – 601 Hamburg Way, Sellersburg
  • Station 2 – 1000 Main Street, Memphis
  • Station 3 – 8402 Highway 111, Memphis

Website: www.ttfpd.org

Utica Township Fire Department

  • Station 1 – Headquarters – 5820 Utica Pike, Utica
  • Station 2 – 3718 Utica Sellersburg Rd, Jeffersonville

 

Burn Bans

Restrictions on outdoor burning activities or "burn bans" can be ordered by any local fire chief for their respective jurisdiction, or may be imposed by the legislative body of a city, town or county. According to the 2014 Indiana Fire Code, Section 307.1.1, "The fire chief is authorized to require open burning be immediately discontinued if such open burning constitutes a hazardous condition." Burn Bans are reported to the Clark County Emergency Management Agency so the status of the burn ban can be placed on the Statewide Burn Ban Status Map .