Tuesday, January 11th, 2022
Hambden Fire assisted Middlefield Fire/ Parkman Fire with an outbuilding fire on Shedd Rd. No injuries Occurred.
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No one was injured after a roof collapsed Monday at Hambden Health & Fitness Center in Hambden Township.The roof collapsed around 6 a.m. from the weight of snow combined with rain Sunday night, Ha...
A Northeast Ohio girl is getting a lot of attention for shining a light on a problem at a local hospital. It started off as a simple wish. But has now grown into a full-blown campaign. Ella Rose Tyron...



Hambden Fire Department is a combination paid / volunteer  fire department which serves the residents of Hambden Township in Northeast Ohio. We were founded in 1957 having previously received fire protection from Chardon. Our first response area is 25 square miles and protects approximately 4,670 people. We also respond automatic aid for another 200 square miles for reported fires, which includes Aquilla Village, City of Chardon, Chardon Township, Munson Township, Montville Township, Claridon Township, Leroy Township, Huntsburg Twp, Middlefield Village, Middlefield Twp and parts of Concord Twp. Providing 24-hour Fire and Advanced Life Support EMS coverage to our residents, the department operates 11 vehicles, including: 2 Engines, 1 Tanker, 2 Ambulances, a Jeep, a Utility Vehicle, a Chase Vehicle, a Chief's Car, a Row Boat, & a Geauga County Hazmat Team Spill Trailer. We have 35 members working from one fire station. Our average call volume is just over 700 calls per year, with many of those being EMS oriented.  The station is staffed 24 hours a day by 3 Personnel.  Most of our members are cross trained in Fire and EMS with many of them having specialized training. We are a progressive department that is always looking for new ways to better serve our community!                       







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