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Union Fire Protection District

Proudly Serving Union, KY and Surrounding Areas.

Chief Michael Morgan
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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!

Michael Morgan, Fire Chief

Union Fire Protection District would like to say, “Congratulations” to Part-Time Firefighter/EMT Bud Webster. Bud will be retiring on August 1st. Today is Bud’s last day at Union Fire Protection District.Bud started in the Fire & EMS field in 1994 with Glencoe Fire/Rescue. In August 1999, he started his first career position with Union Fire Department. Bud also started with Gallatin County EMS in 1999. Bud was promoted to the Director of Gallatin County EMS in 2019. In 2000, Bud was hired by The City of Florence Fire Department. Bud has served as a Battalion Chief for Florence Fire/EMS since 2012. Bud has served the citizens of Gallatin and Boone counties for over 22 years. He has brought a wealth of knowledge, skill and leadership to the fire service. He will remain the Fire Chief for Glencoe Fire/Rescue.Once again, “Congratulations Bud!” We hope you enjoy the next chapter of your life!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder: Applications are due tomorrow (Tuesday, July 27th) by 12PM. ... See MoreSee Less
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Today’s crew trained on forcible entry techniques on different types of doors and windows using various hand and power tools. Newer fire members were also shown proper tool maintenance and techniques on how to efficiently use them in an emergency situation. ... See MoreSee Less
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The members of Union Fire Protection District would like to thank Jo Terry and her family for supporting first responders to recognize and treat PTSD. In 2017, the Terry family lost their beloved family member to suicide related PTSD. Chip Terry was a husband, father, grandfather and retired Assistant Chief for the City of Covington Fire Department. The family has since founded The Chip Terry Fund for First Responders. This organization provides education, emotional support and counseling to all first responders and their families. If you are a first responder or know a first responder who is suffering from PTSD, please reach out to www.thechipterryfund.orgThank you again Jo and Michaela Terry for spending time with our crews. ... See MoreSee Less
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Union Fire Protection District is honored to be a part of this great camp each year. Thank you to The Newman Family for allowing us to be a part of this wonderful tradition. ... 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

Volunteer Firefighter

Learn how you can join us and become a volunteer firefighter.

Squad 72

Emergency Medical Services

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

Firehouse Q-Siren

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