Fire Department

The Batavia Fire Department provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the citizens of Batavia and the surrounding Batavia Township and Countryside Fire Protection District.

Mission
The mission of the Batavia Fire Department is to provide caring, professional emergency and fire prevention services to the community.

About the Department
The department consists of 23 full time members, 12 full time paramedics and 27 part time members. The department is called a combination department since it consists of full time and part time personnel. Our normal on duty personnel consist of 5 on duty personnel at the West Station and 8 on duty personnel at the East Station. We have an advanced life support ambulance in each fire station.

Services
Our department is a full service department and provides the following services:
  • Blood pressure screening at either station at any time (free)
  • Child safety seat inspections (free)
  • CPR classes
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • Fire hydrant testing
  • Fire inspections
  • House address number enforcement
  • Open burning enforcement
  • Premise Alert Program for special needs residents
  • Public fire education
  • Smoke detector enforcement
  • Station tours
We have a tremendous state of the art fleet of apparatus and vehicles. Our personnel continue to participate in training exercises, drills and evolution on a daily basis and attend educational classes, seminars and conferences to keep abreast of the many changes in the field of fire protection, rescue and emergency medical techniques.

Administration
The East Station is also our headquarters where the administrative offices are located. Our business telephone number is 630-454-2100. The emergency number is 911 which is answered by Tri-Com, a consolidated fire, ambulance and police dispatch center located in St. Charles for the cities of Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles and Elburn.

Calls Answered
In 2015 we responded to 1,416 fire related and 2,392 emergency medical incidents, for a total of 3,808 emergency response calls.