About Alexandria Fire

Mission / Vision / Value Statements

Shall provide Fire/EMS protection and fire suppression to the Alexandria Fire District to the level of training which has been received by its members and to the level of the equipment provided,

Shall provide a fire prevention and inspection program to the extent that is practical and to the best of its ability,

Shall provide basic technical assistance and/or a rescue program comparable to the training and ability of the members and to the extent that the equipment permits,

Shall assist the Fire District in a manner required to the extent that is practical and feasible within the Alexandria Fire District’s Policies, Standard Operating Procedures, or Standard Operating Guidelines,

Shall assist neighboring Fire Departments with mutual aid to the extent the Alexandria Fire District is adequately protected,

Shall obtain the latest in training and fire fighting techniques to the best of its ability and within the budget provided by the Fire District’s Board of Directors and practical allowances,

Shall be fiscally responsible with the Fire District’s financial assistance provided and the equipment owned by the Fire District ,

Shall maintain a Fire/EMS Department that the Fire District can be proud of and to strive to bring no dishonor upon the Alexandria Fire District or the Fire District served by its members.



The Alexandria Fire District will continue to strive for excellence through innovation, efficiency, education, and teamwork.



The Alexandria Fire District’s core values of honesty, integrity, trust, compassion, courage, and professionalism provide the foundation for our success. This is achieved through dedication, pride, competence, and excellent service.

EMS & Staff Vehicles



  Squad 172

2005 International Horton

Type I Ambulance



 Squad 173

2012 Kenworth Braun

Type I Ambulance

Paramedic Chase Cars


 Paramedic Unit 191

2009 Ford Explorer

Advanced Life Support Equipped


  Paramedic Unit 192

2006 Ford Expedition

Advanced Life Support Equipped

 Staff Vehicles


  Unit 135

2008 Chevy Silverado

EMS equipped for First Response


 Car 150

2011 Ford Expedition


Engine Companies


Engine Co 101

1993 Sutphen Custom Pumper

6 Man Cab

1500 GPM Hale Pump

750-Gallon Tank

1500’ 5 inch hose

1150’ 3 inch hose

1050’ 1 ¾”Hi-Combat Attack Line



Engine Co 102

2002 Sutphen Custom Pumper

6 Man Cab

1500 GPM Hale Pump

1000 Gallon Tank

1500’ 5 inch hose

1000’ 3 inch hose

800’1 ¾” Hi-Combat Attack Line

Amkus Hydraulic Rescue Tool

Light Tower

Truck Company


Truck Co 110

1994 Sutphen


6 Man Cab

1500 GPM Hale Pump

300 Gallon Tank

1100′ 5 inch hose

600′ 3 inch hose

500′ 1 3/4″ Hi-Combat Attack Hose

200′ 1 1/2″ Angus Attack Hose

Heavy Rescue Company


Rescue Co 120

Heavy Resue Company
2009 Spartan

6 Hydraulic Rescue Tools System

Technical Rescue Equipment


Off Road Unit 131

Off Road Utility Vehicle


Unit 136

Foam and Cribbing



The Alexandria Fire District is accepting applications to create an eligibility list for Firefighter/Paramedic career position. Interested persons can obtain an application packet online at www.alexandriaky.org.

The Alexandria Fire District offers a competitive salary and benefits package. The candidate must be able to obtain a Kentucky Certified 400 hour firefighter certificate, IFSAC FF I, IFSAC FF II, and Kentucky Inspector Certification within twelve (12) months of hire.

The minimum qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Be at least eighteen (18) years of age at date of contingent job offer and date of employment and not older than 50 years of age.
  • Possess a valid driver’s license at date of application and employment.
  • Have an acceptable Justice System Offense record and driving history
  • Previous firefighting experience. A one-hundred-fifty (150) hour and four hundred (400) hour firefighter certificate must be obtained within one (1) year of employment.
  • Possess a current Kentucky Paramedic certificate at date of contingent job offer and date of employment. Consideration may be given to Candidates who are currently enrolled in an approved Paramedic class nearing completion.
  • Possess a current ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) provider card at date of contingent job offer and date of employment.
  • Possess a current PEPP (Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Professionals) or PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) certification at date of contingent job offer and date of employment.
  • Possess a current CPAT (Candidate Physical Ability Test) certification unless exempt per KRS and Kentucky Fire Commission Regulations
  • Have achieved a High School diploma or GED certificate.
  • Possess strong inter-personnel skills, technical abilities, and work ethics.
  • Must be physically capable of performing job responsibilities

The Alexandria Fire District is an equal opportunity employer and has the right to accept or reject any application. A Starting salary of $46,525.44 plus State Incentive $4,000.00 once you are qualified, for an annual $50,525.44. Current benefits include paid sick and vacation time, short/long term disability, single dental, life insurance, and excellent family health/vision insurance.

Applications due by 16:00 Friday, September 6, 2019
Tentative Interviews Monday. September 16, 2019

The attached Application and Background check are Adobe PDF documents that allow you to fill them out on your computer and save them If you don’t already have Adobe Reader, you can get you free copy from https://get.adobe.com/reader/ Please download these forms to your computer, once you have typed in all of the information print it off, sign it and return with all of the requested information. Please be sure to look at the attached Checklist to ensure you are turning in all of the requested documents.

Background check

Firefighter Paramedic Checklist

Alexandria Fire District Career Application


Sixty Plus Years and Growing

The Alexandria Fire Department was organized in 1937. A garage was purchased in the rear of the present Alexandria Court House and a 1938 Ahrens Fox pumper was added as the first piece of fire apparatus. A second piece of apparatus was purchased in 1954.

On June 1, 1959, the fire department moved into the new fire station at 5 Pete Neiser Drive.

In May of 1961, a used life squad was purchased from the Mack, Ohio Fire Department commencing the start of the local ambulance service. Over the following years, more modern equipment was added.

In 1976, Fire District #5 was organized. The first paid Fire Chief was hired in 1997. On December 17, 1999, the fire department moved to the present facility at 7951 Alexandria Pike. On May 19th, 2004, Campbell County Fire District #5 was officially changed to the Alexandria Fire District per County Ordinance O-09-04.

The Alexandria Fire District is a special fire taxing district that encompasses a twenty-five square mile area, including the City of Alexandria and surrounding Campbell County area. The population served by the Fire District is approximately 20,000 citizens. The Fire District consists of a mix of commercial, residential, and education facilities, including one of the largest middle schools in the State of Kentucky. A new elementary has opened for the 2005 school year. The fire protection Insurance Services Office rating starting on August 1, 2009 for the City of Alexandria is a Class 3 and the surrounding Campbell County fire protection rating of the Fire District is a Class 4-9. The Fire District has a career staff of sixteen personnel and maintains a volunteer staff of forty-two dedicated individuals. The Fire District responds to approximately 840 EMS responses and 350 fire responses per year. The Fire District’s equipment includes 2 Engine Companies, 1 Truck Company, 1 Heavy Rescue Company, a special foam unit, a first response vehicle, and all terrain rescue/fire suppression unit, 1 command vehicle, and 2 basic life support ambulances. On July 1, 2009, 2 ALS chase cars were placed in service serving the Alexandria Fire District, Campbell County Fire District #1 (Camp Springs/Eastern Campbell/Silver Grove), Fire District #6 (Melbourne), Southgate F.D., and Wilder F.D.

As the Alexandria area continues to grow in population, the fire department will continue to grow as the demand for Fire/EMS protection continues to grow. A future goal of the fire department include a second fire station in the eastern section of the fire district.