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Flint Township Board of Trustees Meeting - Monday June 1, 2020 at 6:00 PM Via Zoom

FLINT TOWNSHIP EDC SMALL BUSINESS GRANT OPPORTUNITY - Now closed to new applicants

Click Here for a Video Update From Supervisor Karyn Miller, Police Chief Kevin Salter, Fire Chief Tom Stadler and Economic Enhancement Director Tracey Tucker(05/11/20)

Flint Township Administration Building is Closed to the Public until JUNE 15, 2020, in compliance with the Governor's Executive Order declared due to the Coronavirus epidemic.
To maintain compliance with State and Federal mandates this date may change.


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Limited staff will be answering messages - Call 810-732-1350 - leave a message and it will be returned. Thank You.

 

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Mission Statement

Flint Township Fire Department is dedicated to protecting life and property of the people within the community and doing this with all available resources, with the highest honorable standard, and to the best of our ability.

Then

The Flint Township Fire Department was established in 1947. The original fire house was located at Dye and Corunna Roads. The original two-story building housed 1 full-time firefighter and sported a fireman's pole which is now displayed at station two.

station 1
Station 1
chief Jack MAxwell
Chief Jack Maxwell

Now

The fire department today consists of three fire stations (North, Central, & South Stations). Two stations (North 7 South) are staffed 24/7. Personnel are dispatched with an 800 MHz paging system and computer aided dispatch (CAD) to alert both full-time and on-call firefighters from a county 911 central dispatch center.

The combination fire department employs 11 full-time Officers (Chief, Assistant Chief, 2 Captains, 7 Sergeants), 18 on-call Firefighters, and 1 administrative Assistant.

One trained arson investigator and three state certified fire inspectors are part is the officer staff. Ongoing training is bi-monthly, intensive, and exceeds state an federal mandatory requirements.

Station 3
Station 3
FEMA Grant
2012 FEMA Training Grant

Additionally, the department provides fire prevention training, fire education, and participates in various community and business activities.

The department maintains 1500+/- hydrants in the township, which consists of above ground repair, painting, and fall checks and flowing.

Apparatus include six pumpers, one squad, two chief's vehicles, and two utility vehicles.

2008 Engines
2008 Engines
2017 Engine
2017 Engine