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About the Division
The Marysville Division of Fire proudly protects 30,000 people living in City of Marysville, Paris, Dover, and a portion of Darby townships.  The Fire Division is comprised of 60 dedicated staff members assigned to Administration, Operation and Fire Prevention.  In 2012 and 2013 the City opened two new fire stations, replacing a single facility that served the division for thirty eight years.  The Marysville Fire Division covers roughly 86 square miles, including the City of Marysville, Paris, Dover and a portion of Darby Townships.  The Fire Division is a progressive “all risk” organization.  The Fire Division responds to approximately 3,000 incidents annually and is an active participant in automatic aid locally, as well as statewide mutual aid system.  The Fire Prevention division is staffed by 2 personnel that conduct approximately 800 inspections annually.  These inspections include businesses, schools, and special events.

Mission Statement
The Marysville Division of Fire is committed to serving the community with the highest level of life and property protection. We will achieve this by providing excellent and compassionate service in an atmosphere that encourages innovation, professional development, and diversity.

Vision Statement
To be recognized as a leader and role model in emergency services for our area. To strive for professionalism by maintaining the highest performance standards possible through training and education, utilizing all resources available.

Contact Us
Photo of Fire Chief Jay Riley

Jay Riley
Fire Chief/Deputy City Manager

16300 County Home Rd.
Marysville, OH 43040

Ph: (937) 642-2065
Fx: (937) 642-6326 
Emergency:  9-1-1

Administrative Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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