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

Did you know?In 2019 we did 1483 runs for the entire year.On 9/15 of this year, we completed our 1483rd run.This year we will see the largest increase in run volume that the department has ever seen. ...
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Congratulations to A-shift Firefighter/Paramedic Adam Foster for being awarded the American Legion EMT of the Year. Adam was nominated for help he rendered a man while off duty. He received letters of recommendations from his shift officers as well. ...
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Today is a somber day of reflection for many, in many different ways. We take a moment today to remember the many lives lost in an horrific attack on not only America, but also on our way of life. In 20 years, many things have changed, but one thing will remain the same. We will continue to remember... We will honor... and we will not forget. As Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers) once said: "“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”" It is in the nature of firefighters, paramedics, police officers and many others to be the helpers. To go towards the destruction and panic in an attempt to save property and lives. We take a quiet moment to remember all of those lost that day and since then as well. We honor them in our continued service to our communities. ...
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(Top) Yesterday another crew departed to help with Hurricane Ida relief. This marks the 6th ALS ambulance we have deployed to assist. (Bottom) Crews we’re assisting with EMS responses in New Orleans. ...
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This morning BCTFD has been dispatched South to assist with hurricane Ida relief. We are sending 5 ambulances (10 crew members). They are departing shortly. Our crews are typically sent out for a minimum of 14 days at a time (though can be extended or swapped out depending on need). These photos are a glimpse into what the time before departure looks like. Some packing, restocking, and a lot of smiles and goodbyes with family. Please keep them in your thoughts for safe travels and operations. ...
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BCTFD Engine 471 got to help the Mt Comfort Elementary teachers test their students “egg containers”. A lot of fun was had by all and we were honored to be asked back again this year to assist. Check the comments for a couple of slo-mo videos as well. ...
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B-Shift Station 72 enjoyed a morning with the students at New Life Church/ KIDZ LIFE Childcare Ministry in Cumberland. They hosted a “Touch a Truck” event this morning. Thank you for the invite! ...
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It’s gonna be a hot one out there folks!💦Drink your water!Stay in the shade. Check on the elderly. Don’t decide to run a 5K for the first time in 10 years. Stay safe & cool out there! ...
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