Since 1952, The Irvington Volunteer Fire Department has been providing you and your family with fire and Emergency Medical Services. Over the years, our department has seen several changes including a large population growth within the department’s response area. Changing times paves the way for innovative solutions. As such, The Irvington Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) needs your help in our mission of providing quality fire and EMS services in a timely manner.
Our vision is to build an additional fire station near 72nd Street and Northern Hills Drive in Omaha. The new fire station will be centrally located to serve the Irvington fire district as well as being closer to helping our neighboring mutual aid fire departments such as Ponca Hills and Fort Calhoun fire departments.
Once built, this fire station will house 2 fire trucks and a rescue squad. For those who live within a 5 mile radius of 72nd Street and Northern Hills Drive, this will allow for quicker response times to your emergency needs and has potential to lower your home insurance premiums. In addition, it opens the opportunity for area residents to serve their community by joining a volunteer fire department.
We need your help to achieve our goal of $2,500,000.00 to fund construction of the building. We are currently searching for the right foundation to help us in our efforts, submitting applications for grants and we are asking you to participate with a donation to help with our project.
We would be happy to meet with you if you would like more information or to see the Architect’s rendition of the new station.
Thank you for your consideration. IVFD looks forward to working with you in our innovative efforts to continue to provide Fire and EMS services to our community.
Irvington Volunteer Fire Department Members