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OUR HISTORY

In 1958 there existed a subdivision between Mineola Pike and Point Pleasant Road in Boone County, Kentucky. A group of homeowners involved with the Point Pleasant Homeowners Association recognized a need to provide fire protection to their immediate community. A charter was developed and filed with the Boone Country Clerks Office and the Point Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department was formed.

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Our District was one of the first ambulance services in Boone County

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The Point Pleasant Fire Protection District (governed under Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) Chapter 75) became a fire district in 1979.

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The Point Pleasant Fire Protection District provides fire prevention, protection and suppression, rescue, emergency medical and public education services to a (5 1/2) square mile area of Northeastern Boone County. In 1989, we became the second department in Boone County to have career personnel.

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The department is served by a combination of career, part-time and volunteer personnel committed to maintaining a rich tradition of excellence and outstanding public service. Many are nationally certified fire and EMS personnel whom are dedicated to providing the highest quality care to the community.

We maintain a modern fleet of emergency apparatus including: (2) Engine Companies (one front-line and one reserve), (1) Ladder Company, an ALS Ambulance and a Ventilation Unit (1 of only 8 in the United States)

 
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3444 Turfway Road
Erlanger, KY 41018

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(859) 283-2798 Phone
(859) 283-2104 Fax 
               
Point Pleasant Fire

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