Firefighters & Ice Cream

On Thursday Fern Creek Fire handed out ice cream at our area McDonalds. P2 was hard at work helping out and having fun.

Fire on Hames Trace

Today around 5pm Fern Creek responeded to a structure fire in the Park at Hurstbourne apartments. Thanks to the quick action of crews from Fern Creek, Jtown, and Beuchel the fire was quickly extinguished.

Toys for Tots Collection

Bring your NEW TOY donation to

The Fern Creek Fire Department

Collection Sites:

6200 Bardstown Rd


9409 Old Bardstown Rd



Santa visited 17,000 children around Louisville last year!

Gone but not Forgotten

On this day 4 years ago the Fern Creek Fire Department lost one of its own. Major Malcolm Jenkins was our department’s first paid training officer. He also played a lead role in developing the Kentucky Regional Fire Training Academy. Most of the firefighters on our department today were trained by Major Jenkins. It is the knowledge he instilled in us that insures Malcolm is still on the engine every time it rolls out of the station to help someone in need.

Fall Festival Fun

On Thursday Oct 25th Fern Creek Fire Department co hosted a Fall Festival with the Fern Creek Community Center and Fern Creek High School. We had a huge turn out and a lot of fun. Thanks to everyone who came out to help and enjoy the fun!

Be aware!

Thank you Fern Creek Christian Church!

We would like to take a second to give a HUGE thank you to Fern Creek Christian Church. Their members made a very generous donation to our commissary!

Fall festival

Come see us as we team up with the Fern Creek Community Center to bring you a bigger and better fall festival!

Fire on Meghan Ln

On August 16th at 1630, FCFD was dispatched to Meghan Drive on a car on fire inside a garage. This is the picture of what was seen upon arrival. The fire was extinguished and no injuries were reported.

Thank you Air 20!

FCFD recently had Louisville Metro Police Department’s air unit out to conduct a training. We rely on LMPD to provide a bird’s eye view when we are conducting search and rescues in our rural area or in the Parklands. Their capabilities can help us shorten search times which equals a greater chance of survival for victims. Again, Fern Creek would like to give a big thank you the The Louisville Metro Police Department and Air 20 for this fantastic training and mutual aid!