12600 Towne Center Dr. P.O BOX 007 Walton, Kentucky 41094
Walton Fire Protection District's ISO Rating is 5/9. A rating of 5 within 5 miles from our Fire Stations. A rating of 9 being further than 5 miles from our fire stations.
The Insurance Services Office (ISO) rates communities for fire protection all across the United States. Fire departments are rated on an industry standard rating of one to ten, one being the best and ten being no fire protection available. ISO considers response distance, staffing, apparatus, equipment, training, water supply (hydrants), and dispatching when rating a fire department.
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The Walton Fire Protection District would like to show our support for the men and woman serving and who has served in all military branches.
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Walton Fire Protection District is proud to announce that we now have instructors able to teach the follow classes
First Aide, CPR, Blood Borne Pathogens, ACLS, PALS
to schedule any of the above classes contact Assistant Chief Joey Vest by calling (859)485-7439
Walton Fire Protection District offers a work study program for students involved in work experience at area high schools. If you are interested in becoming a firefighter for a career, and you are a junior or senior, have your teacher contact
Deputy Chief Allen Roberts by calling
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Walton Fire Protection District Station 1 and Station 2
Made up of career, part-time, and volunteer personnel, the district utilizes 2 stations to provide fire suppression and advanced life support. Station 1, located at 12600 Towne Center Drive and Station 2 located at 261 Shorland Drive in Richwood, are staffed 24 hours a day. Station 1 houses 2 engines, ladder truck, Quint, brush truck, hazmat truck, and 2 ambulances. Station 2 houses 1 engine and 1 ambulance.