Volunteer Fire Department

The small town of Cory is located 67 miles west of Indianapolis along IN-46 in western Clay County. Organized in 1972, this all-volunteer department includes 16 members that respond to around 60 runs each year in their rural territory. CVFD provides Fire, and First-Responder Medical protection to 900 residents and 46 square miles including the Town of Cory and Perry Township.

Cory Fire Station - South County Road 500 West and W. Depot Street
This firehouse was originall built in 1972 with an addition made in the 1990's.
E81 ds
Engine 81 - 2000 International/Pierce Pumper (#EC516) - 1250gpm/1000gal
E81 os
Engine 81 - 2000 International/Pierce Pumper (#EC516) - 1250gpm/1000gal
TK 83 ds
Tanker 83 - 1978 Ford L/1992 FD Custom - 200gpm/3000gal
This rig is scheduled to be replaced in the spring of 2009 with a Kenworth/Bluegrass Tanker.
B84 ds
Brush 84 - 1998 Ford F-350/2004 FD Custom - 100gpm/300gal
BR-84 is first-due for all medical calls and brush/field fires at Cory.
Special thanks to Chief Jay Morgan and Assistant Chief Aaron Morgan for their assistance in arranging the
apparatus for these pictures and for providing CVFD background and history.