Community Room Request Procedure

To make a reservation, please do the following:

1.) Call 317-335-1405 or 317-335-1401 to make a reservation and for fee information between the hours of 8a-5p M-F.

2.) Please have the following information available when making the call for reservation.

Date and hours for event
Name, Address and Telephone of the person making the request
E-mail address of person making request.
If you have questions, please call 317-335-1405 or 317-335-1401 for additional information.


Buck Creek Township Fire Department News

Now HiringBuck Creek Township Fire Department is seeking Firefighter/EMT and Firefighter/Paramedics to fill vacancies and form an applicant list for the future.Pre-applications will be accepted between August 1st, 2022 to August 15th, 2022 by 5pm.Requirements:Firefighter/EMT.Firefighter/Paramedic.Must be 18 years old and not yet 36.Must hold a valid Indiana’s driver’s license.Must have a high school diploma or GED.Must pass background check.Fill out the Pre-application online at:buckcreektownship.in.gov/bctfd-pre-application/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know?BCTFD has the following trucks:8 ambulances (with a new one on the way)3 fire engines1 tanker1 ladder truck2 grass trucks1 rescue/tsu1 battalion truck2 chief SUVs ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know?On a typical residence fire, BCTFD Staff respond in the following fashion.1 Engine with 4 staff1 Engine with 3 staff1 Ladder with 1 staff if in an area with a hydrant or Tanker if an area without a hydrant.Here are the roles of the BCTFD staff.2 Engineers - They drive the fire truck, run the pump, connect the incoming water supply hoses and get gear out for the suppression crews.1 Command - This is typically the officer of one of the engines. Their job is to assess the scene, direct resources, be a single point of contact for dispatch. They are ultimately the one responsible for the overall scene management.1 Tanker Operator - This individual is responsible for giving water from the tanker to the engines during the initial attack. If a prolonged incident, they will setup a dump tank (think portable above ground pool) so the engine can siphon that water. They will shuttle back and forth to a hydrant.4 Firefighting - These crews are responsible for initial attack and control of the fire. This includes pulling hoses from the engines and entering the structure. They are also responsible for searching and rescuing victims. They will also work to secure utilities as time allows.The above scenario is standard when all of our units are in service and fully staffed. Mutual aid resources are also instrumental in assisting our staff in ensuring safe operations on the fire ground. ... See MoreSee Less
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