The mission of the Clinton Township Fire Department is to serve the public by reducing deaths, injuries, and property loss from fires, hazardous material incidents, motor vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, and any other crisis.
We strive to achieve this mission through diligent training and state-of-the-art equipment, teamed with dedication and professionalism, while maintaining cost-effective management of public funds.
Our success relies upon a proactive organization that understands that the future will be determined by the use of our most valuable resource... our personnel.
Residential Lock Boxes
The Fire Department would like to inform you of a new program that assists fire personnel with safe and easy access for at-risk residents. A residential lock box can be purchased and installed on your home, which allows firefighters quick and damage-free access to your home.
For further information, view the Residential Lock Box Program Flyer (PDF) or visit the Roper Residential Lock website.
Clinton Township Fire Department reinvents and improves the fire inspection process utilizing Fire Prevention Mobile
Recently, Clinton Township Fire Department (CTFD) Fire Marshal Chuck Champagne and Lieutenant/Paramedic Ryan Amormino attended the Tyler Connect 2022 conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. Tyler Technologies is the software vendor for CTFD’s fire reporting system, fire inspection software, and dispatch applications.
During the conference, CTFD was recognized nationally as a recipient of the Tyler Excellence Award for implementing Fire Prevention Mobile. The Department is the first in the nation to successfully integrate Fire Prevention Mobile with Fire Records and Fire Mobile, allowing inspectors to electronically enter current Township building information in the field, which is immediately available to first responders and dispatchers.
This is an excellent asset to both the community and the CTFD, which continually strives to improve fire safety.
Read the entire award citation from Tyler Technologies.