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Erlanger Fire Department

515 Graves Avenue
Erlanger, KY 41018

Founded in 1928, the fire department is one of the oldest in Northern Kentucky with a long tradition of exemplary service.  The Erlanger Rescue Squad was established in 1968 and merged with the fire department in 1992.  Today, the combination paid/volunteer fire department operates out of two stations and continues to take a leading role in the community.  Erlanger provides ALS service to several surrounding cities, and established (along with Point Pleasant) the Northern Kentucky Technical Rescue Team.

ISO Class 2 rating.






Station 1
515 Graves Avenue
Erlanger, KY 41018

Roster: E51, T60, R74, Medic 64, Utility 71

Apparatus / Station Photos




Station 3
4100 Narrows Road
Erlanger, KY 41018

Roster: E52, Reserve E53, Medic 63, Reserve Medic 65, Utility 72
Kenton County Mass Casualty Unit (MCU-1)

Apparatus / Station Photos










Station 2
3500 Jack Scheben Drive
Erlanger, KY 41018

- Built in 1965





Station 1
Erlanger Road
Erlanger, KY 41018

- Built in 1931 (photo circa 1934)
- Retired in 1962
- Photo courtesy Northern Kentucky Views































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News/Updates: 

08/12 - Erlanger has received their new Braun ambulance and it has been placed into service as Medic 64.

03/12 - The new Sutphen pumper truck for Engine 51 has been placed into service.  The E-One previously assigned to E51 is now Engine 52, and Engine 54 has been retired.

01/12 - Erlanger has approved the purchase of a new ambulance from Braun.

12/11 - Erlanger has recently placed into service a new Toyota Highlander for Medic 98 and a new Chevrolet as Utility 72.

01/11 - Erlanger has awarded the bid for a new rescue pumper to Sutphen.  Delivery will be in early 2012.

05/09 - Erlanger takes delivery of a new Ford / Horton ambulance for Ambulance 64.

02/08 - Congratulations to the EFD - they have recently upgraded their ISO rating from Class 3 to Class 2!
Additional Images - Training Exercise - 3/15/08
Retired Stations