The Addison Fire Prevention Bureau and its Public Education Division is tasked with the working with the Community to provide and promote health and safety. Fire prevention activities include conducting construction plan reviews, fire inspections, fire drills, and working closely with the Village of Addison in enforcing fire and building codes. The Public Education Division, is responsible for communicating health and safety training throughout the community including such places as schools, community organizations, community events and block parties. Many different programs are conducted throughout the year including CPR & first aid classes, annual open house & health and safety fair, several different school programs and fire extinguisher classes just to name a few.

The Fire Prevention Bureau is lead by Fire Marshal who supervises two full-time fire inspector.

The Public Education Division is lead by Battalion Chief Brock Herion. The Public Education Division consists of one part time Pubic Education Coordinator and 13 part time public educators. The 13 public educators are full-time firefighters/paramedics with the Fire District and work in the Public Education Division when not on their normal hours of duty.

The Fire Prevention Bureau and Public Education Division are located within the headquarters fire station at 10 South Adison Road and are open during normal business hours between 7:30am and 4:00pm.

Mike Toika

Fire Marshal

Serving Since 1978

Mark Spoo

Full-Time Fire Inspector

Serving Since 2007

Dan Medina

Full-Time Fire Inspector

Serving Since 2019

Battalion Chief Brock Herion

Public Education Coordinator

Serving Since 1997


Full-Time Community Education & Relations

Serving Since 20xx

Randy Ahlgrim

Part-Time Public Educator

Serving Since 1980