Tippecanoe County Fire Department

Find Tippecanoe County Indiana fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.

Clarks Hill Fire Department 11749 Silver Street Clarks Hill IN 47930 765-523-2252

LFD Headquarters 443 North 4th Street Lafayette IN 47901 765-807-1600

Lauramie Township Volunteer 9220 Yorktown Street Lafayette IN 47909 765-523-2006

Purdue University Fire Department 1250 South 3rd Street Lafayette IN 47905 765-494-6919

Romney Fire Department 11508 U.s. 231 Romney IN 47981 765-538-3410

Shadeland Volunteer Fire Department 3209 South 250 West Lafayette IN 47909 765-474-3710

Sheffield Township Volunteer Fire Department 285 Market Street Dayton IN 47941 765-296-3955

Tippecanoe Township Volunteer Fire Department 112 North Street Battle Ground IN 47920 765-567-2011

Wabash Twp Vol Fire Dept Station #1 2811 Klondike Road West Lafayette IN 47906 765-463-6664

Washington Township/Buck Creek - Volunteer Fire Department 7400 Railroad Street Lafayette IN 47905 765-589-8446

Wea Township Community Fire Department 1700 Wea School Road Lafayette IN 47909 765-474-9244

West Lafayette Fire Department 300 North Street West Lafayette IN 47906 765-775-5175

West Point Volunteer Fire Department 4949 Indiana 25 Westpoint IN 47992 765-572-2794

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About Fire Departments

Why does the Fire Department block lanes of traffic at an auto accident?

The Fire Department will often block one or more lanes at the scene of an auto accident to provide room for the fire personnel to respond to the emergency. The extra space helps to keep the fire personnel safe from other traffic hazards.

What should I do if I smell gas in my house?

You should evacuate your family and pets from the house. Call 911 from a safe location or a neighbor's house. Do not call 911 from inside your house. The use of a phone inside your home could ignite the gas.

What should I do when I see or hear an emergency vehicle coming towards me?

You should safely pull to the right side of the road. If you are unable to pull to the side, stop your vehicle and do not move until the emergency vehicle has passed you.