City Directory |    5330 Seaman Road, Oregon, Ohio



Fire Chief  
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Deputy Chief
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Angie Romano  


The City of Oregon is a growing community and is the second largest city in Lucas County with approximately 20,000 citizens, covering 28 1/2 square miles. The City has Mutual Aid Pacts with all Lucas County and Ottawa County Fire Departments. We are proud of our city and our Fire Department. We are certain that as you become more familiar with our services, you will agree.


The Oregon Fire Department was organized in 1937 and has been growing ever since. The City of Oregon provides a part-time fire department with three modern fire stations equipped with the highest quality fire equipment. Number 1 Station is located at 5002 Seaman Rd., Number 2 Station is located at 1102 S. Wheeling St., and Number 3 Station is located at 4421 Bayshore Rd. The Fire Administration office is located behind Number 1 Station on Seaman Road.  In 2020, the Oregon Fire Department answered 3,717 fire and rescue calls.

Fire Truck

Sixty volunteer part-time firefighters are led by a full-time Chief, full-time Assistant Fire Chief who also serves as the Chief of Fire Prevention, and three part-time District Fire Chiefs. The Fire Department also employs a full-time Training Officer and a full-time Administrative Assistant. The part-time firefighters' excellent response time is a result of their living in every neighborhood in the City and responding from home, work, or leisure through a state-of-the-art aging system. Many times they are able to control a fire in its infancy, preventing it from getting out of control.


Station #41

Battalion Chief Andy Reichert
Captain TJ Saunders
Captain Jim Reindel
Captain Tom Menden, Jr.
Captain Kelley Moore
Captain Richard Nelson
Lieutenant Mark Labuhn
Lieutenant Ben Warnke
Lieutenant Steve Sprague
Lieutenant John Myers
Lieutenant Mark Bihn
Lieutenant Sean Beavers
Lieutenant Tom Csizek


Firefighters  Recruits 

Glenn Bates
Justin Berry
Balke Mullins
Gavin Nelson
Stacey Hartwig
Keith Henninger
Chris Marsh
Dale Pelz
Mario Rizo

James Reindel Jr.

Robert Tolles

Zach Vargo 

Victor Blankenship


Station #42

Battalion Chief Gary Selleck
Assistant Battalion Chief Mark Ellis
Captain Tom Baker
Captain Kevin Pack
Captain Chris Mullins
Lieutenant Ryan Shafer
Lieutenant Tom Phillips
Lieutenant Tyler Pitsenbarger
Lieutenant Jeff Naugle
Lieutenant Pamela Wright


Firefighters Recruits

Josh Ellis
Michael Ellis
Dustin Iler
Lyndsay Mondragon
Jennifer Pardo
Kevin Howard
Tom St. John
Jim Todd


Station #43

Battalion Chief Andy Laurell
Captain Ron Hartzell
Captain Shawn Duncan
Captain Jeff Ellis
Captain Matt Wohlgamuth
Lieutenant Matt Hagedorn
Lieutenant Chris Rutkowski
Lieutenant Craig Wisniewski


Firefighters Recruits

Todd Jadlocki
Chadd Kwapich
Dustin Meyer
Craig Duncan

William Gallagher

Connor Heinz



The Life Squad in Oregon is part of the Lucas Country EMS System which has 11 advanced life support (ALS) squads located throughout Lucas County as follows: City of Toledo 6, City of Maumee 1, Sylvania 1, City of Oregon 1, Springfield Township 1, and Village of Whitehouse 1. The County contracts with the City of Oregon who hires the Paramedics and houses the vehicles at Fire Station #41. The Life Squad is designated as LS-8 and answers calls primarily in the City of Oregon and Jerusalem Township. LS-8 can be dispatched anywhere in Lucas County as needed for ALS service.


13 full-time Paramedics 24 hour on/48 hour off rotation

65 paid on call EMT-Basics

Personnel - (Full-time Paramedics)

Jeff Nissen Larry Voigt, Jr.
Mark Keller Devin VanGorder
Doug Cousino CJ Burnette
Greg Pollauf Tim Romstadt
Jack McKenzie Joe Purtee
Phil Jimenez

John Romstadt

Jim Rose  


Advanced Life Support - ACLS, BTLS, Pediatric BTLS, in addition the paramedics perform and interpret 12 lead EKG in the field, which shortens treatment times for heart attack victims.