Glendale Patch

Glendale Fire Department

Engine 45: Sharon Road Saints

The Village of Glendale Fire Department is an ISO Class 2 volunteer fire department with approximately 50 members who serve the Village of Glendale. First established in 1894, the Glendale Fire Department has long served the community.

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Join Our Department Today!

Learn more about our department and fill out the interest form on Make Me A Firefighter.

Dedicated and highly trained, the Glendale Fire Department's personnel are a cornerstone of its success. The department comprises skilled firefighters, EMT's, and support staff who work collaboratively to uphold the highest standards of service.

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As a firefighter, you will be responsible for responding to emergency calls and providing fire suppression and rescue services to the residents of the Village of Glendale.

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EMT's with someone on stretcher


As a EMT, you will respond to emergency calls, provide pre-hospital care, and transport patients to medical facilities. You will provide patients with basic life support.

Community Engagement:

The Glendale Fire Department actively engages with the community through various outreach programs and initiatives. Fire prevention education, community events, and open houses are among the activities organized to foster a strong bond between the department and the residents it serves.

Contact Us Today

For more information or to find out about upcoming events please contact the Glendale Fire Department by filling out the form below.

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