Thank you Solid Rock!

We would like to give a big thank you to the members of Solid Rock Louisville church. Our Toys for Tots box had just been emptied and thanks to their members we filled it right back up!

We are proud to serve such a giving community!


Wreck: I265 S ramp to Billtown

Sunday night Fern Creek responded to motor vehicle accident with a rescue on the I265 South ramp to Billtown rd. Crews from 7133, 7134, and 7181 worked to extricate one victim from the vehicle.

Toys for Tots

Thanks to everyone who helped us fill our USMC reserves Toys for Tots gift box.

The gifts you donated will make a lot of children happy this Christmas!

7155 Leaves for Wisconsin

Fern Creek’s quint, 7155, left on Saturday for Wisconsin. 55 is heading back to the Seagrave manufacturing plant to be refurbished. 7155 has been in service since 1999 and is due for some updates. While at the plant the aerial ladder will be removed. It will be disassembled, repainted, and reassembled with all new cables & pulleys. When it returns to Kentucky 55 will get some new paint and all new LED lights. This refurb will bring the apparatus up to current safety standards. The entire process will take about six months. In the mean time Fern Creek will be getting some additional mutual aid from surrounding districts to ensure our community is properly protected.

Firefighters & Cancer: Unmasked

Firefighters & Cancer


Mark Rine became a firefighter because he wanted to save people. In the end, that job could also be what kills him. Rine has cancer. This is a story about firefighters who are dying of cancer more often than in burning buildings, and of one dying man who is dedicating the time he has left to saving his fellow firefighters from the same fate.

Fellow Mark’s Story at:


MVA – Dawson Hill Rd

7134 and 7181 responded to a MVA with a rescue on Dawson Hill Rd. One patient was extricated from the vehicle.

“Hero’s Luncheon” -Highview Baptist

Fern Creek Fire Department would like to thank Highview Baptist Church for hosting their “Hero’s Luncheon” at our station 1. There was lots of fun, food and fellowship!

We miss you Malcolm

3 years ago today the Fern Creek fire department lost one of its own, Major Malcolm Jenkins. Rest easy brother.


With fire safety month coming to end we want to thanks everyone who had us out to do fire prevention. We enjoy getting out in the community and teaching people about fire safety. If you are interested in having us out for an event please contact our Fire Marshall

Welcome Colin!

The Fern Creek Fire Department would like to welcome its newest member Colin Gardner. Colin joined our career staff in October. He is 23 and was born in St. Petersburg FL. Colin is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. He also serves in the Army National Guard as a medic. He is proving to be a great addition to our team!