On behalf of the men and women of the West Licking Joint Fire District, we would like to welcome you to our newly updated website It is our hope that it provide you useful and detailed information about the District’s history and services provided by our uniformed and non-uniformed personnel.
Since the District’s formation in 1982, it has been dedicated to provide effective and efficient Emergency Medical Services to those who reside, work, and visit the community. Although the demographics, size and composition of the community has changed over the past 30 years, our commitment in providing superior services has not!
The District will continue to identify ways to enhance the service capabilities based on the community needs, while operating within the available resources entrusted to us. The District will continue to proactively plan for continued service well into the future.
We encourage anyone to visit any of our locations and to meet the men and women who stand ready to respond at a moments notice when you call. We welcome you!!!
In The News.
On May 13, 2021 Fire Board of Trustees meeting will be held at 7 pm. A Building & Land Acquisition Committee meeting will be held May 13, 2021 at 6 pm. Limited on site attendance to Board Members and West Licking Fire personnel only to follow social distancing guidelines related COVID-19. Anyone interested in listening […]
Professional Services for Programming, Planning and Construction INVITATIONWest Licking Joint Fire District Board of Trustees, of Licking County, Ohio is soliciting Statements of Qualifications from qualified firms interested in providing professional Architectural/Engineering/Construction services to the West Licking Joint Fire District for construction/remodel of Fire Station 403 located at 7125 Mink Street, Pataskala, Ohio, using a […]
For Immediate ReleaseDATE: October 20, 2020Contact: Laurie Mayle, AdministratorPhone: (740) 927-8600 November 2020 Ballot – 2.5 MILL LEVY West Licking Joint Fire District is asking voters to approve a 2.5 mill replacement levy, which was originally approved by voters in 2015. The 2.5 mill levy generates property tax revenue from Public Utilities, Commercial/Industry and Residential/Agricultural. […]