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Facilities and Equipment

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The Westerville Fire Division's (WFD) responsibilities include fire suppression, emergency medical and fire prevention programs. Three fire stations strategically positioned in the City allow the Fire Division to provide 4-minute average emergency response time.

These stations include Station 111 at 400 W. Main Street, Station 112 at 727 E. Schrock Road, and Station 113 at 355 N. Spring Street.


AED Training
On Wednesday, Jan. 30, City staff learned how to effectively use the Powerheart® G5 Automated External Defibrillator (AED). See the video of this training below. Download the Powerheart® G5 Automated External Defibrillator User's Guide.

Remember: your home, place of worship, workplace and any other public space may use a different brand of AED. The instructions provided in the video and user's guide are for the Powerheart® G5 Automated External Defibrillator and may not apply to all devices. 

AED TRAINING from City of Westerville on Vimeo.

Thank You, Invisible Fence
In 2019, WFD received three pet oxygen mask kits through a donation from Invisible Fence. These masks allow Westerville first responders to more effectively administer lifesaving oxygen to animals in an emergency.

Thank You, Hand and Microsurgery Associates
In April 2018, WFD received donations of medical equipment to support emergency medical services (EMS) valued at $30,000 from Lewis Center-based Hand and Microsurgery Associates (HMA). Learn more about this generous gift to the Westerville and Blendon Township communities.