Fire Department of Liberty Township was formed in January 2000 by a cooperative effort of Cartersburg, Clayton, and Belleville Volunteer Fire Departments.
In 2007 Hazelwood merged and became Fire Department of Liberty Township. This combination department provides Fire, Rescue and EMS protection to a population of 5,500 in 35 square miles of primarily rural area.
Fire Department of Liberty Township is a nonprofit organization that contracts with the Liberty Twp Trustee and the Town of Clayton.
Tour Your Local Fire Station!
Tours of your local fire station are available upon request. Station tours last approximately 20 minutes and include viewing the fire engine and fire fighting equipment, as well as talking to the firefighters about their job.
Open Burning is permitted under certain conditions within the town of Clayton, as permitted by Indiana State Law. The Fire Department of Liberty Township STRONGLY recommends that if burning takes place to use EXTREME CAUTION. The State provides guidelines on open burning that the Fire Department of Liberty Township follows. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the station for more information.
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