Concord Township Volunteer Fire Department

The Town of St. Joe is located 22 miles NE of Fort Wayne at the crossroads of CR 60 and 59 in southeastern Dekalb County. This department was originally organized in 1914 as St. Joe Hook & Ladder. The 20 members of this all-volunteer department respond to 200 runs each year. CTVFD provides Fire, Rescue and BLS non-transport protection to 2,000 residents and 32 square miles. Their district includes the Town of St Joe, Concord Township and Newville Township.

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Engine 72 - 2001 Freightliner FL80/E-One Rescue Pumper (#124503) – 1250gpm/1000gal
In addition to firefighting equipment, E-72 also carries a full set of TnT extrication tools, air bags and Paratech struts.

Engine 72 - 2001 Freightliner FL80/E-One Rescue Pumper (#124503) – 1250gpm/1000gal


Tender 75 - 2006 Kenworth T300/Fouts Brothers - 750gpm/3000gal


Tender 75 - 2006 Kenworth T300/Fouts Brothers - 750gpm/3000gal


Brush 78 - 2015 Ram 2500/FD – 200gpm/320gal


Squad 71 - 2002 IHC 4200LP/2003 MedTec/2017 FD
SQ-71 responds to all medical emergencies. This BLS non transport apparatus originally served Bedford Park, Illinois.

Squad 71 - 2002 IHC 4200LP/2003 MedTec/2017 FD


Command 70 - 2000 Ford Excursion – Incident Command
This apparatus previously served nearby Northeast Allen FPD as a Command/Reserve Medic prior to its purchase by CTVFD.