The Park Hills Fire Department provides fire, rescue, and EMS services to the City of Park Hills, Kentucky. The department is staffed during weekdays by two part-time firefighter/EMTs. During the evenings and weekends, all calls for service are answered by volunteer members. The relatively small size of Park Hills allows volunteer members to typically respond from home to the firehouse, gather personal equipment, and respond to emergencies in PHFD apparatus. PHFD currently operates two pumpers, Engine 603 and Engine 601, for response to fire and rescue incidents.
The department also provides non-transport EMS first response; arriving with EMT's to administer aid while an ambulance is dispatched from another nearby department for transport.
The PHFD protects a population of over 3,000 people, and provides mutual aid to neighboring departments; assisting the cities of Fort Wright, Ludlow, Bromley and Covington.
Our Mission Statement:
The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve life, to provide fire protection for our city, and to provide and maintain an adequately trained body of emergency responders to properly function in the handling of all emergencies. This organization shall further seek to support fire protection in neighboring communities and to promote all programs relating to fire prevention and education.