Celebrating 55 Years of Service
In the early morning hours on Saturday, January 29, 1955, with temperatures plummeting to a frigid five below zero, Al & Bob's Tavern was completely destroyed by fire. This prompted Troy residents to realize the immediate need for a local fire department. Action was taken. Organizational meetings were held at the old one room schoolhouse and town hall located on Seil Road. This original location was along the proposed route of Interstate highway I-55.
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A Message from Chief Engledow
The Troy Fire Protection District is pleased to announce it's appointment of Steven Engledow as the Chief of the District effective April 1, 2009. The three District Trustees are confident Steve’s knowledge and experience will benefit the citizens of Troy Fire Protection District.
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Learn more about the origin & history
of the Troy Fire Protection District.
Meet the men and women of the Troy Fire Protection District.
View our fleet of fire supression and rescue vehicles.