105 S. Walnut St.
PO Box 225
Fairland, IN 46126
Dial 911 in an emergency!
As you may have noticed, we're building a new station on Carey Street (400 North/Fairland Road). In a few short weeks, we'll be picking up and moving from the building on Mulberry Street that has served us faithfully for more than 50 years. When we get moved in, we hope you'll stop by and check out our new space. Stay tuned for info.
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About The Department
The Fairland Volunteer Fire Department operates from a single station in the heart of Fairland. The department dedicated this station in 1947 and has made several additions and improvements over the years to accommodate the growing fleet of apparatus. The department's primary response area covers Brandywine and Sugar Creek townships of northwestern Shelby County, Indiana. (46 square miles, 3166 population) Mutual aid is provided to nearby departments in Shelby, Hancock, Johnson, and Marion counties.
Department capabilities include:
· Fire Fighting
· Emergency Medical Services
· Search and Rescue
· Fire Prevention and Education
Email Contact:Todd Trimble
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