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MFD City Officers
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Bill Devries
PH: 812-599-5864
PH2: 812-599-1980

Deputy Chief Ops (22)
Kenny Washer
PH: 812-493-9344

Division Chief (24)
Raymond Ehlers
PH: 812-493-9024

Battalion Chief (Batt1)
Steve Manaugh
PH: 812-599-2205

Battalion Chief (Batt2)
Josh Gourley
PH: 812-599-3444
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Structure Fire

The Madison Fire Department fought a working structure fire last night, January 16, 2018, at 505 and 507 Walnut Street. According to Fire Chief Bill DeVries, all building occupants and their pets made it out safely.

walnut st fire

Indiana State Fire Marshall James Greeson honored by students and MFD at fire prevention program at Madison Jr. High.

Chief DeVries answering students’ questions at fire prevention program.

SEISA conference meet, South Eastern Swim Association. Very large regional swim meet in Madison  for which the fire department is providing concessions as a fund raiser. 6 teams, nearly 500 swimmers.

Chief DeVries at the grill.

A New Rescue for MFD

Climbing the ladder to rescue a check

Tower 4 firefighter Frank Taff and Battalion Chief Steve Manaugh retrieve a customer’s check that had blown onto a bank roof.

Tower 4 at the Lanier Mansion Halloween event.


Fire Prevention Continues

Members of Engine One, Engine Five and Tower Four displayed apparatus and equipment to students of Pope John Elementary School. Meanwhile, Dave Wolfschlag presented a fire safety program to students in the cafeteria.

Recruiting Volunteer Firefighters

Snoopy joins Walnut St. Fire Company No. 4’s Lt. Mike White in recruiting for Madison fire companies at the recent Soup, Stew, Chili and Brew festival.


Celebrating 175 Years of Service

Fairplay Fire Company No. 1, Indiana’s oldest fire company, held a public open house October 9 in celebration of their 175th anniversary.
Firetrucks outside the Ones Firehouse

MFD Visits Schools for Fire Prevention

Volunteer firefighters from Walnut St. Fire Company No. 4, N. Madison Volunteer Fire Company No. 5, and Clifty 6 visited E.O. Muncie today to teach fire prevention to the elementary students.

WSFC No 4 Tower Truck

N Madison Company 5 pumper

Clifty 6 pumper and rescue