Welcome to the Zionsville Fire Department (ZFD) page. The goal of our page is to provide interesting and educational information about our organization. ZFD is committed to providing the highest quality fire/rescue service to protect the residents and guests of the town of Zionsville.
The services provided by ZFD are provided by a joint effort of full-time employees, part-time employees and volunteers. These services include:
- Emergency Medical Services
- Fire Prevention
- Fire Suppression
- Hazardous Materials Operations
- Public Education
- Rescue Operations
Public safety personnel have identified the woman who passed away last night in a Zionsville house fire at 710 N US 421 as 67-year-old Susan E. Cutright. Read on...
With July 4th approaching, many will celebrate our country’s freedom with fireworks. Sparklers may seem harmless, but many reported firework injuries reported around the holiday are from sparklers. Read on...
On June 20 at approximately 7:50 p.m., Boone County Sheriff Deputy Rob Watson was on patrol and reported a house on fire with flames visible at 710 N US 421 in Zionsville. Read on...
- Why doesn’t Zionsville Fire Department have a Dalmatian dog?
- Why doesn’t Zionsville Fire Department have a fire pole?
- Why do the firefighters leave the trucks running after they get out of them when they are not on station?
- How can I get one of the green reflective address signs?
- How can I get a copy of a fire report?
- Where do I discard expired fire extinguishers?
- Where do I recharge/refill my fire extinguisher?
- I would like to have a recreational fire on my property, is this allowed?
- I would like to burn leaves on my property, is this allowed?
- I would like to burn clean wood products on my property, is this allowed?