99 South Liberty
The City of Delaware Fire Department operates two fire stations. The main station, at 99 South Liberty Street, was built in 1972 and houses the administrative offices. Station 302, at 683 Pittsburgh Drive, was built in 1997. Prior to 1972, the department was located at City Hall and other various locations within the municipality. The City of Delaware Fire Department provides both advanced life support and fire protection. The department utilizes two ambulances and an engine crew as first responders for emergency medical services for its customers.
Protection through preparedness and response, delivered by the highest trained professionals.
Chief John L. Donahue
Assistant Fire Chief Douglas Stewart
Administrative Assistant Christine Garcia
Captain Jim Oberle Unit 1
Captain Bill Anderson, Unit 2
Captain JohnHall, Unit 3
Captain Alan Matteson EMS Coordinator
Captain Dan Lobdell
RISK REDUCTION/FIRE PREVENTION
Inspector Charlie Cooperider
Inspector Aaron Jennings
Inspector Terry Marks