Welcome to the Bargersville Community Fire Department
Got to do some fun stuff todayThank you Bargersville Community Fire Department for coming and teaching our Mini 4-H members about fire safety! #superheros #heroesintheheartland ... See MoreSee Less
We enjoyed some time with the Mini 4-H camp today!Thank you Bargersville Community Fire Department for coming and teaching our Mini 4-H members about fire safety! #superheros #heroesintheheartland ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
BCFD along with Wayne Township Fire Department are hosting a two day drone skills class. Sky fire consultants out of Atlanta Georgia are on site delivering training on how to better apply drone technology to fire and police operations. Multiple central Indiana police and fire agencies are represented in this program. ... See MoreSee Less
we're not using their fire trucks just ours
7 days ago
This week our on duty personnel built a 7 room house and set up the rooms for burning. Today, we burned each room individually and extinguished it so that the district 5 arson investigator class students can come in tomorrow and determine the cause of each fire and area of origin for their state practical certification. Since January BCFD has delivered, hosted, or assisted with 7 District 5 courses. The classes include officer training, instructor training, specialize rescue, and driver training courses. These classes are state funded and all students attend free of charge. ... See MoreSee Less
We live on the East border of Bargersville and our home sits between 144 and Two Cent. We smell a touch of smoke today. Now we know why!!!!😂🙂
Another fun and successful “Live Fire Friday”. Greenwood Fire Department Engine 93, and White River Township Fire Department Engine 51 joined Engine and Aerial 201 and Engine 202 for attack, search, and victim rescue scenarios. 5 burns total and everyone back in service before lunch time. Thank you to the assisting agencies for the training and help with cleanup! Always a good time training together. ... See MoreSee Less
Training this week is ground ladder deployment and placement. Our crews drilled on 1 and 2 person ladder raises, roof ladder deployment, and bail outs. ... See MoreSee Less
Initial company officer decision making training today. We put some of our “ride out” officers in situations of a fire with entrapment and evaluated their tactical decisions. We utilized our Bullex artificial fire/smoke generator for this scenario. ... See MoreSee Less
BCFD is hosting an IDHS District 5 Arson Investigator Course. 32 students from all over central Indiana are attending. ... See MoreSee Less
“Live Fire Friday” VEIS, basement fires, and victim search. Joined this week by White River Township Fire Department E-53, Greenwood Fire Department L-91, and City of Franklin Fire Department E-22. ... See MoreSee Less
The community can't thank you enough! Putting those hot outfits on when it's already 70 degrees! You are very much appreciated!
Thanks for all you do everyday for our community!
ramsey ! you old goat what are you doing your fire men are scaring the cheese woman good enough to see her own death why ?
There is a Century Link outage in certain parts of Johnson County that is affecting multiple customers including the Johnson County 911 center. If you have an emergency please call 911 from your cell phone because your home phone may not work. This is also affecting some areas in Shelby and Morgan County.
We will update as we get more information.
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Please join us for a fun evening supporting a great cause!
www.eventbrite.com/e/burn-the-cork-at-mallow-run-winery-tickets-59524344918 ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for training with us!Yesterday crews trained with the Indianapolis Airport Authority Fire Department, Whiteland Fire Department, and Bargersville Community Fire Department on multiple scenarios including fire attack and VEIS. ... See MoreSee Less
We had an “eggcellent” afternoon at Maple Grove yesterday. Ariel 201 participated in the annual egg drop. Fourth grade students build contraptions to try to protect an egg during a 20 foot drop. Normally the contraptions are dropped from the roof of the school however construction restricted that this year. The teachers quickly “scrambled” and contacted us to help keep the event from being a “bust”. Watching the kids “crack up” when some the eggs busted was a ton of fun. Lots of puns intended. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your support! Such a fun way to learn! 🥚🤓
Omelette those puns slide.
Thank you Chief Ramey and Ariel 201 crew Isaac truly enjoyed having it drop from a fire truck
That is so awesome u guys take the time to do these things
Love how our community supports our schools and kids!
Thank you so much for helping them out. My girls thought it was so cool.