Fire Department #1
680 W Saginaw Rd,
Sanford MI 48657
Fire Department #2
3075 N Meridian Rd, Sanford MI 48657
All mailings to the fire department should be sent to Jerome Township Hall, 737 W Beamish Rd, Sanford, Michigan 48657
The Jerome Township Fire Department was formed in 1947 to provide the residents of Jerome Township with basic fire protection.
Although it is still a fire department, the Jerome Township Fire Department serves the residents of Jerome, and with the current mutual aid agreements; the residents of Midland County, with structural fire suppression, fire investigation, medical first responder, personal injury automobile accident and extrication care, grass and brush fire control, public education, hazardous material management services, water rescue and many other services.The department operates from 2 stations with 25 personnel, 2 engines, 1 large tender, 1 grass truck, 1 light rescue vehicle, and 1 rescue vehicle.
The Jerome Township Fire Department will be a citizen-focused organization, recognized for superior quality of service and high performance results. Integrity and a commitment to excellence will be the benchmark of our organization. The Jerome Township Fire Department will achieve this mission by satisfying citizens and creating value through the consistent delivery of service that meets the present and future needs of our citizens.
Life and the quality of life are real objectives in the delivery of Emergency services. It is not reasonable to sacrifice people to serve resources. Provide Emergency services aggressively, but provide for the safety of the member first.
While this organization exists to help safeguard the resident and property of the fire district it serves, the first and foremost consideration must be the safety of the members of the fire department. The fire department has a commitment to the members to provide with the utmost regard for personal safety.
While we all want to assist anyone and everyone in their time of need, we must remember that we are only human. Even with the best personal protective equipment, and the most advanced training and education we too have limitations. Extreme care has been taken to build an emergency delivery system that maximizes safety, yet provides for the delivery of the service required.
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