Birthplace of

Thomas A. Edison

Fire and Rescue Department Information


     The Milan Township Volunteer Fire Department is operated by the Milan Township Trustees and while not a department within the Village itself, Village residents are provided outstanding fire service by this organization led by Chief Brian Rospert with two stations, Center Street and SR 13.


      Contact North Central EMS at 419-499-2111 for non-emergency communications.  Always call 911 for fire or ambulance emergency needs.  Mail may be sent to the Milan Township Fire Department, 1518 State Route 113 East, Milan, OH 44846. 




















North Central EMS

     The Milan Township Trustees have contracted with North Central Emergency Service for providing this vital service to our residents since the mid 1980’s. North Central EMS is a non-profit organization and is nationally known as one of the most diverse transportation services in North Central Ohio. They provide 911 emergency medical attention, and both emergency and non-emergency ambulance transportation, mobile intensive care transports, specialized care transports and wheelchair van operations. They have responded to the medical emergency needs of communities throughout North Central Ohio since 1986 with Milan and Milan Township being their second area to contract for services. Their operation began with two stations, three ambulances and twelve full-time paramedics/emergency medical technicians.

     In 2009, as they celebrate 22 years of dedicated service, they respond to more than 20,000 calls a year. Over 140 employees respond to 911 emergencies and non-emergency transport requests from ten geographically placed stations: Greenwich, Norwalk, Milan, Berlin Heights, Vermilion, Sandusky, Bellevue, Fremont, Port Clinton, and Woodville.
Call North Central EMS at 419-499-2515 for non-emergencies and always call 911 for any emergency, fire or ambulance. 

St Vincent Life Flight and Critical Care Ground Transportation. 


     Mobile Intensive Care/Critical Care is coordinated by North Central EMS with helicopter life flights staffed with registered nurses from St. Vincent, Medical College and St. Rita's Critical Care Transport System from their Life Flight 5 base, located adjacent to North Central EMS's station on US 250, only 1.5 miles from Milan.