Pancake Breakfast

Join us for our All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast!



Saturday, May 5th 2018 6AM to 10AM

Alvaton Volunteer Fire Station 1

(across from Alvaton Elementary)

6403 Old Scottsville Rd.

Alvaton, KY 42122


5$ per person for all you can eat pancakes & sausage. Additional donations appreciated. The proceeds will go towards our new Station 4 construction project.


2017 AFD Open House Sunday October 15th (2-5 PM)

Join AFD for our Annual Open House!

We have something for everyone:

meet your firefighters, see the equipment, ride the fire truck, watch fire safety and prevention demonstrations, bid in the silent auction and much more. And of course there is food!

Come join us and bring your family and friends!!

We look forward to seeing you there!

WHEN:   Sunday, October 15, 2017   2pm – 5pm

WHERE:  AFD Station #1 – 6403 Old Scottsville Road (across from Alvaton Elementary School)

AFD Annual Meeting 2016

The Alvaton Fire Department has scheduled the 2016 annual meeting for Tuesday 16 August 2016 at 7:00 PM.  The meeting is open to the public.

Location: AFD Station 3, 122 JFS Circle in Bowling Green.

2016 AFD Open House Sunday October 16th (2-5 PM)

Join AFD for our Annual Open House!   Meet your firefighters, see the equipment, fire truck rides and safety demonstrations.  Also food, silent auction and more!   Bring your family and friends for an afternoon of fun!   We look forward to seeing you there!

WHEN:   Sunday, October 16, 2016   2pm – 5pm

WHERE:  AFD Station #1 – 6403 Old Scottsville Road (across from Alvaton Elementary School)

AFD Joint Fire Recruit Academy Class #6 Graduation

Alvaton Fire Department
Joint Fire Recruit Academy
Class #6

The Alvaton Fire Department Training Division will hold its Fire Recruit graduation ceremony and badge pinning on Sunday, June 5th, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., at the Warren County Courthouse (2nd Floor), located at 429 E.10th Ave. in downtown Bowling Green.
Recruit Class #6 consists of 11 recruits from Alvaton, Browning, Gott, Plano and Smiths Grove Fire Departments. The fire recruits, James Allred (AFD), DJ Buselmeier (AFD), Cameron Butz (AFD), Bryan Carrico (AFD), Darrel Lee (GFD), Chris McCoy (SGFD), Jimmy Myers (SGFD), Wyatt Rector (AFD), Clay Scudder, (BFD), Seth Stewart (PFD) and Emily Wilson (AFD), will be promoted to the rank of Firefighter.

The Recruit Academy lasts over 20 weeks and consists of over 200 hours of arduous training. The Recruits become proficient in all basic firefighting skills and many advanced techniques including: IFSAC Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations, National Incident Management Systems Levels 100, 200, 700 and 800, Wildland Firefighting Awareness, Emergency Vehicle Operations, in addition to the required hours of the Kentucky Fire Commission Firefighter 1 curriculum training. The graduating Recruits have also taken the exam for an internationally recognized Firefighter certification through the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) with the results pending.

Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.

The media and emergency services family are invited to attend the ceremony at the following location:


Event: Alvaton Fire Department Joint Fire Recruit Academy Graduation

When: Sunday, June 5th, 2016 Time: 2:00 p.m.

Where: Warren County Courthouse (2nd Floor), 429 E.10th Ave., Bowling Green, KY

Contact: Captain Mason Hamilton 270-791-1894

Alvaton Fire Department 2015 end of year report

Activity for year 2015

Alvaton, KY, January 5, 2016– The Alvaton Fire Department would like to announce, 2015 year end activity report.

The department has worked hard to provide its members with professional emergency services for the past 43 years.  As our community grows we strive to provide the best protection that any fire department can provide.

In 2014 we responded to 687 calls for service, we were up 36 calls, to 723 calls for service in 2015.

The following is a breakdown of calls we responded to throughout the 2015 year.

Structure fire response: 38

Vehicle fire response: 39

Brush fire response: 23

Injury accidents response: 122

Medical response: 332

Fire/CO alarm responses: 81

All other response: 88

The firefighters logged 2118 hours of time on the scene of incidents, and they also logged 1677 hours of training for the 2015 year.

We would like to thank the citizens of the Alvaton Fire District for their support throughout the year.

If you would like more information on this topic or ways that you and your neighbors can help the fire dept. please contact Chief Brad Harper at 270-793-0832, or email at