Union Fire Protection District

Proudly Serving Union, KY and Surrounding Areas.

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Message From the Chief

Thank you for visiting our website.

Our members are dedicated to providing the highest level of emergency services to our community. Union continues to experience significant growth and our members continue to meet the challenges this presents. Both of our stations are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We encourage you to stop by and meet us in person.

Thanks again for taking an interest in us. Stay Safe!

Aaron Gruelle, Fire Chief

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Union Fire Protection District

Union Fire Protection District

The Union Fire Protection District is a combination paid/volunteer fire department located in south-

Crews from Union Fire Protection District spent the afternoon with construction crews at Union Promenade discussing building construction and layouts of the apartments being built. ... See MoreSee Less
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Union Fire Protection District would like to acknowledge the following members who have anniversaries with the department in February:Captain Brandon Coplen- 18 yearsCaptain Travis Ransom- 6 yearsFirefighter/Paramedic Phil Hall- 6 yearsFirefighter/EMT Chad Eha- 4 yearsWe would also like to wish the following a "Happy Birthday!":Lieutenant Taylor RowleyFirefighter/EMT Franklin SengerFirefighter/EMT Connor LowryFirefighter/EMT Coleman LarisonFirefighter/EMT Paul WiggerFirefighter/EMT Brom Danesteh ... See MoreSee Less
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Members of Union Fire Protection District would like to say “Thank You” to Ms. Schout’s and Ms. Kelly’s classes at St. Timothy’s for their donation of baked goods to our firefighters for Catholic School Week. It is truly appreciated! ... See MoreSee Less
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Great things coming from our prehospital healthcare providers at Union Fire Protection District! On Wednesday evening at our monthly board meeting, Sergeant Cody Welte and FF/EMT Mike Regan, were recognized by St. Elizabeth Healthcare for their outstanding work treating a stroke patient in November of 2023. The award comes from guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association. Some of these guidelines include quick response and patient contact, early recognition of a stroke, early intervention, early notification to the hospital, and a quick/efficient transport to the hospital.Pictured: Chris Vogelpohl and Betty McGee with St. Elizabeth, FF/EMT Mike Regan. ... See MoreSee Less
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How We Serve The Community

Below are just a few of the many ways in which we serve our Union community.

Ladder 71 Training

We Have Open Career Positions Available!

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Emergency Medical Services

Learn more about the EMS services we provide to the Union area.

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Fire Prevention and Safety

Learn how to keep your home and business safe from fire.

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Keep Your Family Safe

Are your address numbers visible from the road on a dark, rainy night?

Help us find your address by making sure your house numbers are visible from the road. The quicker we find your address, the quicker we can help you when you’re in need!

Please develop and practice an escape plan for you and your family in case of a fire. For more information or assistance in developing an escape plan for your home or workplace, please contact us