Greetings from Chief Scheben
Hello, and thank you for visiting the Hebron Fire Protection District website. We are glad you stopped by and welcome your comments.
My name is Anthony Scheben, most people know me as Tony, and I am the Fire Chief for the Hebron Fire Protection District. I am proud of our many accomplishments and the daily effort that our personnel put into providing our district with the best possible fire and emergency medical services. I receive positive comments on a weekly basis making sure that I am aware of the excellent service that one of our staff provided to a resident or visitor to our district. If you have any comments that you feel need to be relayed to our staff please feel free to send us a message on this website. If you feel there is an area where we can improve our service or correct an issue then also feel free to tell me.
We are the leaders in many fire and EMS programs in our area and we strive every day to make sure that we aren't just ready for today, but also for tomorrow. As most long term residents of Hebron realize, the area has undergone a tremendous change over the past 20 years. The residential growth in the area is phenomenal and this is coupled with a tremendous increase also in our commercial, industrial and warehousing throughout the district.
Our personnel consist of 40 career employees, 10 volunteers and a 5 person explorer post. Our main challenge is to remain ahead of the needs of the community as it continues to grow. Our planning commission anticipates that our community will double in population within the next 10 years. Our facilities, apparatus and personnel are ready to meet your fire and emergency medical service needs into this future.
Our fire protection district is located in the northern tip of Boone County, Kentucky. We are part of a three county area known as "Northern Kentucky" and we are within the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan Region. Our county is currently recognized as one of the fastest growing counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and also the nation. The Hebron portion of Boone County is experiencing this rapid growth in primarily residential single family housing and also distribution warehousing. The community is supported by schools, churches and commercial developments.
Our department is responsible for fire suppression, fire prevention and education along with emergency medical services transport at the Advanced Life Support level. We are active in county teams involved in public education, fire investigation, and hazardous materials response at the technician level, as well as technical rescue in the areas of swift water rescue, confined space rescue, high and low angle rescue and trench rescue.
Our department longs to be involved in our community. I invite you to allow us to become part of your activities, whether those are at school, church, club, home, or business.
If you are interested in being a member of our department I encourage you to take a few moments to investigate the benefits of becoming a volunteer member of the department if you are eighteen years of age or older, or our explorer post if you are fourteen to seventeen years of age. We hold numerous fire prevention or public education classes, CPR or First Aid training, car seat inspections, and conduct fire station tours.
If you have a need and you don't know if we can meet that need I ask that you give us a call at 859-586-9009. In most cases we will immediately attempt to assist you if we can.
If you have any questions or concerns about our department or our services, you may contact me at:
Anthony Scheben, Chief Hebron (KY) Fire Protection District
3120 North Bend Road Hebron, Kentucky 41048
(859) 586-9009 email@example.com