Station 1 is the original Marion Fire Station and is located on Center Street. It is currently used for meetings and houses our Rescue Truck equipped with high angle rescue, confined space rescue, swift water rescue, and vehicle rescue equipment. Our zodiac rescue boat is also housed at this station. It is frequently called upon to conduct water rescues after torrential rainfalls cause extreme flooding in our neighboring cities.
Station 2 is located on Center Street just east of the train tracks. Station 2 is the home for our Quick Attack Truck, Rescue Truck and our Brush Truck. Our Quick Attack Truck doubles as a secondary rescue truck and a brush truck. In the Marion area, we are called to multiple brush fires each year, these trucks are our work horses. Station 2 is also set up as our communications office.
Station 3 is located on W. Shultz St. It houses our Engine and Tanker. Engine 1 also doubles as a rescue truck complete with vehicle extrication tools, air bags, and struts. Our Tanker is used to resupply our engine and brush trucks in order to supply our fire fighters with the water needed to put out fires.
Marion VFD Mission Statement
To preserve and protect the lives and property of the citizens of our community, ensuring a safe environment for all.
Marion VFD Vision Statement
Marion VFD is committed to the prevention of loss of life, the reduction of injury and property loss, and the minimization of damage to our environment. We are committed to develop training programs to improve the skills of our members and certify all volunteers to verify their public commitment to be the best service providers to our community.