McCordsville Volunteer Fire Department

McCordsville is located 19 miles East of Indianapolis along US-67 in western Hancock County. Established in 1952, this all-volunteer department includes 25 members who respond from a single station. McCordsville VFD provides Fire, Rescue and BLS non-transport protection to the residents of Vernon Township and Town of McCordsville. The department also has numerous mutual aid agreements with surrounding departments.


McCordsville Fire Station - 7580 N. Form Street at IN-67
Originally built in 1963 with additions in 1983 and 2003. McCordsville's station is home to all four frontline apparatus.

Engine 81 - 2002 KME Excel Custom Rescue Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
Engine 81 is the first due Engine Company for all Fire & Rescue calls. It responds with 2-4 personnel and includes extrication equipment.

Engine 82 - 1992 Pierce Dash Pumper - 1250gpm/1000gal

Engine 82 - 1992 Pierce Dash Pumper - 1250gpm/1000gal

Engine 82 - 1992 Pierce Dash Pumper - 1250gpm/1000gal

Rescue 89 - 2008 Seagrave Commander walk-around Heavy Rescue
This sharp rig runs first due to all extrication and rescue calls and second-due to fire calls. This apparatus carries a variety of ground ladders in addition to it's rescue tools. Without a frontline aerial device, Rescue 89 serves as both a Truck and Rescue Company on fire scenes.

Rescue 89 - 2008 Seagrave Marauder walk-around Heavy Rescue

Tanker 85 - 2004 Peterbilt/SEMO - 500gpm/2000gal

Former Rescue 89 - 1995 GMC Kodiak/Indiana Fire Medium Rescue
This apparatus was replaced by a new Seagrave Heavy Rescue in 2008.

Former Tanker 6 - Late 1970's Ford C8000/McGinley- 2000gal tank
This rig served as the department's primary tanker before being replaced by Tanker 85 above.