Jackson Township Fire Department was established in 1955. It is located in Arcadia, Hamilton County, State of Indiana.

“When a man becomes a fireman his greatest act of bravery has been accomplished. What he does after that is all in the line of work.” ~ Chief of Dept. Edward Croker, FDNY 1899-1911

Station 355 provides Fire & EMS service for the unincorporated areas of Jackson Township and contractually to the Towns of Arcadia & Atlanta. Jackson Township is the northernmost part of Hamilton County and consists of Cicero, Arcadia, and Atlanta, with a population of 10,192. Jackson Township covers approximately 55 square miles and is home to Morse Reservoir, Hamilton Heights School Corporation, and the Seventh Day Adventist School. Jackson Township Fire Department employs approximately 25 dedicated people.

Now Hiring for Part-Time Positions

Accepting Applications for Part-Time Positions

Download the PDF application by clicking below, fill out all the fields and then email the completed PDF form to our Battalion Chief James Carter by clicking his name.

The application can be filled out electronically if you have Acrobat Reader. Otherwise, you will need to print out the application and submit it in one of the following ways:

  • In-person at 506 W. Main Street during the office hours
(Mon/Wed/Fri from 8 am-11 am & Tues/Thur 8 am-3 pm)

  • Mailing it to PO Box 456, Arcadia, IN 46030-0456
  • Faxing it to 470-748-6938
  • Be sure to mark it attention Battalion Chief James Carter