Bloomfield Fire Department

The Town of Bloomfield is located at the crossroads of US-231 and IN-54 in central Greene County. Established in 1827, this all-volunteer department currently includes 20 firefighters and 5 cadets that respond to 350 runs each year. BVFD provides Fire and BLS non-transport protection within the Town of Bloomfield.

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Engine 1 - 2008 Freightliner M2/American LaFrance (#98591) - 1500gpm/1000gal
Engine 1 is first-due on all fires including structure, brush, vehicle fires and illegal burns. It is also responds first-due to vehicle accidents.

Engine 1 - 2008 Freightliner M2/American LaFrance (#98591) - 1500gpm/1000gal


Former Engine 112 - 1969 Ford C/Midwest (WLF #73-341) - 1000gpm/1000gal
This apparatus was retired from active service in 2011. Department members installed a 4-bottle cascade system in the compartment behind the cab. E-112 also carries a generator for scene lighting.

Former Engine 112 - 1969 Ford C/Midwest (WLF #73-341) - 1000gpm/1000gal


Aerial 1 - 1998 HME/Smeal 75ft Ladder (#892011) - 1500gpm/500gal
Aerial 1 is second-due for all structure fires and rope rescue calls.

Aerial 1 - 1998 HME/Smeal 75ft Ladder (#892011) - 1500gpm/500gal


Engine 2 - 1989 Pierce Lance Pumper (E-5423) - 1500gpm/1000gal
This apparatus previously served Elm Grove, WI prior to its purchase in the winter of 2012. After removing four seats from the back of this extended cab, the department installed a cascade system from a previous engine.

Engine 2 - 1989 Pierce Lance Pumper (E-5423) - 1500gpm/1000gal


Squad 1 - 1997 Ford Expedition - Medical Quick Response Vehicle
Squad 1 is first-due on all medical calls and responds with Engine 1 for MVA's. SQ-1 is also used for a Command vehicle for any major incidents. This apparatus was purchased from nearby Center Township VFD in 2006.

Medic 2 - 2008 Ford E350/McCoy Miller
This apparatus is run by Green County EMS but responds from the Bloomfield Fire Station.

Bloomfield Fire Station - W. Mill Street and S. Jefferson Street
Built in 1998, this firehouse is home to all four BVFD apparatus and one Greene County Medic.

Not Yet Pictured: Engine 2 - 1989 Pierce Lance Pumper - 1500/1000 acquired in the fall of 2011