Thursday, October 5th, 2017
Fire District awarded $10,250 Homeland Security Grant Governor Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security have announced that the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District has ...
Monday, August 14th, 2017
FOR SALE BY SEALED BIDSpencer County Fire Protection District1987 Ford Grumman Pumper 1250 GPM Waterous Pump500 Gallon TankBody Material: SteelTank: SteelVIN: 1FDYD80U9HVA08214Mileage: 35,000 (Odomet...
Friday, July 7th, 2017
Chief Nathan B. Nation is please to announce the following promotions that took effect July 1, 2017.Kevin Damaske Acting CaptainDale Charles Acting LieutenantChris Limpp ...
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection DistrictAdministrative Assistant to the Fire Chief Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District will be accepting applications until May 31, 2017 at...
About us
Welcome to Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District.  
The Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District serves a population of over 18,000 within 170 square miles. We are a combination fire department staffed by 3 career members and 57 volunteer firefighters that operate from 6 stations.
The department maintains a fleet of 5 engines, 2 engine/tankers, 4 tankers, 1 quint, 2 boats, 1 dive rescue unit, 4 fast response vehicles,  1 field service unit, 1 jet ski, and two drones 
The department operates under the supervision of Chief Nathan B. Nation.  Chief Nation is an 30 year veteran of the department starting as an explorer working his way through the ranks to become Chief in 1998.
Mr. Glen Goebel is Chairman of the Board of Trustees.


Mission Statement

TSCFD will provide fire protection and suppression to the City and County to the level of training received by its members and with the equipment available.

It will provide a fire prevention program to the extent that is practical and to the best of our ability.

It will provide basic assistance and a rescue program comparable to the training and ability of the members and to the extent that the equipment allows.

It will assist the community in a manner required to the extent practical and feasible within the departments standard operating guidelines and/or rules and regulations.

It will assist neighboring fire departments with mutual aid to the extent that the community protected by this department is not in danger.

It will obtain the latest in training techniques and fire fighting techniques to the best of our ability and within our budgetary and practical allowances.

It will be financially responsible with the communities funds provided and the equipment owned by this department.

It will maintain a fire & rescue service that this community can be proud of and it will strive to bring no dishonor up the community served by it.

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