- Public Safety
- Fire Department
The fire personnel serving the City of Auburn have one focus: protecting what you value. In the event of a fire, medical emergency, vehicle accident, natural disaster, or another emergency, we do everything we can to protect the people and property involved. Staffed 24 hours a day, our career and volunteer firefighters operate out of two strategically located stations.
If you have any questions regarding fire inspections, email Division Chief Shane Jacobs or call at 260-925-8240.
Training is one of the most important things we do. With a large number of state-certified instructors on staff, we're able to offer training sessions to many neighboring cities. For more information, email Division Chief Joe Molargik or call at 260-925-8255, ext. 1503.
KnoxBox for Businesses
When seconds matter, it's important that first responders have rapid access to your building. The KnoxBox enables immediate access and helps avoid unsafe forced entry-ultimately, reducing injuries and minimizing property damage. Fill out this form for a KnoxBox (PDF).
AFD Cadet Program
Become an Auburn Fire Department Cadet! This program gives young adults the opportunity to learn firefighting skills in a controlled environment.
As a cadet, you will learn and participate in many of the different aspects of the fire service:
- CPR training
- Fire attack simulation
- First aid
- Ladder truck operations
- Portable extinguishers
Who can participate: Young men and women, at least 15 years old, who live in DeKalb, Steuben, Noble, Allen and Lagrange, and Whitley counties
Where We Meet
Auburn Fire Department
Station Number 2
902 South Grandstaff
Auburn, IN 46706
First and third Tuesday of each month at 7 pm
Fill out the Cadet Program Application (PDF).