The Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District is dedicated to protecting life and property by providing a compassionate, professional level of safety services that adapts to the needs of the community. Our goal is to provide these services efficiently and effectively, while continuously maintaining the highest level of honor and integrity.
Those who have the privilege of identifying themselves as a Refugee-Canyon Firefighter do so ethically and morally. Only by serving in this manner may the Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District receive the faith and trust it needs to perform our duties with the highest regard to our community, our fellow firefighters, and ourselves.
Under the direction of Fire Chief Clifford Mason, Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District provides fire and emergency medical services for the Village of Hebron and Union Township in Licking County, Ohio. The Fire District is the primary service provider for all fire, ems, rescue, and haz-mat responses for over 6,000 residents within a 41 square mile area. In addition, it’s demographics increases the demand for safety services as a result of the increased number of commuters, vacationers, and workforce that visit the area.