Mifflin Township Firehouses

The Mifflin Township Division of Fire operates from four firehouses. One firehouse (Station 132) is located in the unincorporated Mifflin Township, and the other three are located within the city of Gahanna.

Each of these 
firehouses is staffed by professional firefighters/paramedics who are trained to respond to all emergency situations. Each firehouse is equipped with specific apparatus that fill a specific task, whether that be on the scene of a fire, medical emergency or rescue operation.

Station 131
Located at 475 Rocky Fork Blvd. in the Hunters Ridge subdivision, Station 131 is proud to provide protection to one third of the incorporated portion of the Township, approximately 4.5 square miles encompassing the southeast quadrant, with a resident population of approximately 10,000.

Station 131 is home to Ladder 131 which responds to fire and EMS related emergencies.

The House Captain, Scott A. Davis, is a company-level, participatory manager who is responsible for company-level operations, incident command positions on the emergency scene, as well as managing the maintenance of the fire station assets, supplies and apparatus. Captain Davis is a 20 year veteran of the fire service, 15 of those with the Mifflin Township Division of Fire. Captain Davis has an Associates Degree in fire science from Columbus State Community College. 

For more information about Station 131, contact House Captain Scott A. Davis (1-Unit) at daviss@mifflin-oh.gov or call (614) 471-4494. 


Station 132
Station 132, located at 2459 Agler Rd., services nearly 80 percent of the unincorporated portion of the Township, approximately two non-contiguous square miles, and serves a
n estimated resident population of approximately 3,500 composed primarily of single family neighborhood. 

Station 132 is home to Engine and Medic 132. 

The House Captain, Tom Lee, is a company-level, participatory manager who is responsible for company-level operations, incident command positions on the emergency scene, as well as managing the maintenance of the fire station assets, supplies and apparatus.

For more information about Station 132, contact House Captain Tom Lee (2-Unit) at leet@mifflin-oh.gov or call (614) 471-4494. 


Station 133
Located at 501 Beecher Road and serves approximately 4 square miles of Mifflin Township, encompassing the northeast quadrant, with a 
resident population of approximately 12,000. 

Station 133 is home to Engine, Medic and Boat 133. 

The House Captain, Chris Brake, is a company-level, participatory manager who is responsible for company-level operations, incident command positions on the emergency scene, as well as managing the maintenance of the fire station assets, supplies and apparatus. Captain Brake is a 26-year veteran of the fire service, 24 of those with the Mifflin Township Division of Fire. Captain Brake holds a B.S. in Education from Ashland University. 

For more information about Station 133, contact House Captain Chris Brake (3-Unit) at brakec@mifflin-oh.gov or call (614) 471-4494. 


Station 134
Located at 422 McCutcheon Rd. in the Woodside Green subdivision, Station 134 was opened in 1997 to better serve the residents of the west side of Gahanna, serving approximately 4 square miles. Station 134 is home to Heavy Rescue and Medic 134. Heavy Rescue 134 is part of the Central Ohio Strike Team (COST) that responds to major rescue incidents throughout the Central Ohio area as part of a regional task force.

The House Captain, Michael Lowe, is a company-level, participatory manager who is responsible for company-level operations, incident command positions on the emergency scene, as well as managing the maintenance of the fire station assets, supplies and apparatus. Captain Lowe is a 25-year veteran of the fire service. 

For more information about Station 134, contact House Captain Michael Lowe (3-Unit) at lowem@mifflin-oh.gov or call (614) 471-4494. 


Additionally, the Battalion Chief is assigned to Station 134 and is the shift commander. The Battalion Chief is responsible for incident command on fire scenes and serves as EMS coordinator when requested by paramedics on the scene of an incident for the entire Township.

For more information, contact one of the three Battalion Chiefs at (614) 471-0568.

1-Unit Chief Jeff Wright 
2-Unit Chief Jamie Yinger
3-Unit Chief Robert DeMooy