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Read about our recent workplace evaluation....

OFPD Workplace Evaluation Summary
Our Story

Since 1947, the Olathe Fire Protection District has been answering the call for help... now with 3 fire engines, 2 brush trucks, 1 tender, 4 ambulances, 3 QRV's, and  ears always  listening...we are still responding to the needs of the Olathe community.

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To serve and protect our community, to improve the quality of life for our citizens by providing prompt, safe and effective response to emergencies with highly trained professional personnel whom perform Firefighting plus Emergency Medical duties.


A picture of the future we want to create.
As we go toward our vision, we will learn, gain new insights, and adapt to an ever-changing environment.

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Meet Our Heroes
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Adam Scheibler
- Operations Chief -
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Scott P. Fitzgerald
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Keep up the great works, even the little things, makes a BIG difference.


Marlin & Collenia
Montrose County Residents


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My family will be forever grateful for all the love and care you all gave my son...Each and every one of you truly made difference in our life and others.

Olathe Message Board


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Thank you for always being there!


Olathe Resident

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