Campbellsburg

Fire and Rescue

Locations

Station 1

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 1
8118 Main Street
Campbellsburg, KY 40011

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 1
PO Box 89
Campbellsburg, KY 40011

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 532-7331
Fax: (502) 532-7991


Station 2

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 2
8140 Port Royal Rd
Turners Station, KY 40075

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 2
8140 Port Royal Rd
Turners Station, KY 40075

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 947-5621


Station 3

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 3
301 Wooded Hills Rd
Pendleton, KY 40055

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 3
301 Wooded Hills Rd
Pendleton, KY 40055

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 743-0836


When Campbellsburg Fire Department began looking into starting a youth program, it was decided to start a Junior Firefighter Program. Recruiting the younger generation from our many communities and utilizing their time and effort, in return for training and structure, is one of the many great traditions that help make the fire service what it is today.

Any young man or woman at least 14 years old who lives within theCampbellsburg Fire Protection District boundaries who may be interested in our JRFF program, is welcome to come to the station for a tour and to find out more about our program. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter, we want to talk to you. Today there is an ever increasing demand for volunteers to assist numerous organizations. We at Campbellsburg Fire Department recognize that the demand on a person's personal time can be quite exhausting and greatly appreciate the time and effort of our volunteers. The fire service has been and still is a predominately volunteer organization throughout the United States. With the help of the volunteers in our community, as well as the young people involved in our Explorer Post, Campbellsburg Fire Department can continue to provide the best fire protection available to the families and businesses in our district. 

Fire & Emergency Service Careers will provide you with the following benefits:
  • Improved self-confidence
  • Leadership experience and social network development
  • Fun and Exciting “hands-on” career experiences
  • Community service opportunities
  • College & Career Readiness preparation
  • Scholarship opportunities


Training Requirements

JRFF’s:

  • Members 14 years of age are only permitted to attend classroom training and observe the skills and/or hands - on portion of training evolutions
  • May attend other classes not identified below when approved by Fire Chief and no IDLH activities are involved
  • Members 15 - 17 years of age when properly equipped with personal protective equipment, are permitted to participate in classroom and skills/hands-on training in the following areas:
    • FF Olympics when approved by the Fire Chief
    • Administration and Organizatio
    • Safety
    • Communication
    • Fire Behavior (shall not include “live” fire evolutions
    • Portable Extinguishers (using a burn pan no larger than 36 x 36
    • Personal Protective Equipmen
    • Forcible Entry (may include power/hydraulic tools when under direct instructor supervision
    • Ventilation (may include power saws when under direct instructor supervision and when secured with fall protection
    • Ropes may include High-Angle (Awareness Level) evolutions when using NFPA approved standards and equipmen
    • Ladders (shall include the use of a ladder belt or safety harness for fall prevention
    • Hose/Nozzles/Appliances (shall not exceed hose lines greater than 2”
    • Foam (shall not exceed hose line size greater than 2”
    • Fire Control (shall not include “live” fire evolutions
    • Loss Control (Salvage/Overhaul and shall not include “live” fire evolutions
    • Emergency Medical Care (shall meet all governing agency requirements)
    • Rescue (SHALL NOT include “Ice, Swift Water, or Dive Response Training” conditions). Such training classes are permitted (but not limited to) trench rescue, confined space, high-angle (NFPA awareness level), collapse, and extrication when under direct instructor supervision
    • Water Supply
    • Sprinklers (Fire Protection Systems and Alarms)
    • Hazardous Materials (shall not be subject to an IDLH atmosphere); however, simulated “Hot Zone” training may be permitted)
    • Fire Prevention/Public Education
    • Building Construction
    • Aircraft Crash-Fire-Rescue (shall not include “live” fire evolutions)
    • Emergency Disaster Planning
    • Pump Operations
    • Drivers Training (shall only be by a licensed driver and only on a closed cone course under direct instructor supervision)
    • Kentucky Firefighter Survival (shall not include “live” fire evolutions)
    • Kentucky Firefighter Rescue (shall not include “live” fire evolutions)
    • Kentucky Wildland Awareness (shall not include “live” fire evolutions)