The Richardsville Fire Department covers approximately 126 square miles in northern Warren County, Kentucky out of 6 fire stations. This means our department covers one of the largest fire districts in the Commonwealth of Kentucky! Our population according to the 2010 census is approximately 11,386. We are currently averaging around 950 runs per year which includes medical assists, structure fires, vehicle fires, brush fires, vehicle accidents, hazmat incidents and many other types of runs. We have a fleet of 12 apparatus including 6 engines, 1 tanker, 2 brush trucks, 2 water rescue boats, and 1 6x6 all terrain vehicle.
We receive automatic mutual aid for structure fires from Gott, Smith's Grove, and Barren River fire departments and we provide automatic aid to them as well. We also have mutual aid agreements with the remaining 5 county volunteer departments, the city of Bowling Green Fire Department, and neighboring county departments when requested.
We are pleased that you have stopped by to check out our website and we hope you find all the information you are looking for! If you have any further questions feel free to contact us! Be sure to like us and Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with everything RFD is doing!
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You get a reflective BLUE sign with 3" White reflective numbers on it for only $15.00. All proceeds benefit Richardsville Fire Department.
The standard size for mailbox signs is 6" x 18". Sign blanks are made of .063 gauge aluminum which means they will not rust and are heavy enough not to be easily bent. Both the background and numbers are made of reflective vinyl (not painted) which also should last for many years. Signs can be made for vertical or horizontal mounting. Please specify on your order form.
Controlled / Outdoor Burning Information
If you plan on burning, please adhere to the following guidelines and be sure you have a water source available.
. You will also need to contact Warren County Fire Dispatch at (270) 393-4000 and advise them of the following;
1) Location of the burn 2) Your name and a good number to reach you if needed
3) What you plan to burn 4) How long you think the burn will last.
Doing this will help prevent unnecessary responses by Fire Department Personnel!
Open Burning Regulation - 401 KAR 63:005
Open burning regulations are enforced by the Division for Air Quality. It is illegal to burn garbage or any other materials, except natural plant matter, such as brush and woody debris. Visit the Division for Air Quality Web site for more information.
Before conducting any outdoor burning, citizens should check with their local fire department and county government to find out about restrictions and local ordinances.
Take a look at the Richardsville Fire Department Calendar for up coming events!
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For all info pertaining to open burning please follow this link: OPEN BURNING
Site for Warren County EMA, has information on disaster preparedness, local emergency planning, and more.
Plano fire department is one of the 9 departments that cover Warren County outside the Bowling Green city limits. They are a mutual aid department for Woodburn and Alvaton Fire Departments.