Fire District

About the Itasca Fire District

The Itasca Fire Protection District No. 1 is comprised of the following:
  • Board of Trustees
  • Board of Fire Commissioners
  • Fire Chief
  • Deputy Chief
  • 3 Fire Lieutenants
  • 21 full-time Firefighters and Paramedics
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Part-time Secretary
  • Fire Prevention Officer

2017 Meeting Dates
The Itasca Fire District will hold a town meeting March 22 at 7pm
The town meeting, held at the Itasca Fire Station, 520 W. Irving Park Road, will be to discuss the proposed tax referendum on the April 4 ballot.

After many months of deliberation, the District Trustees and Command staff of the Itasca Fire District believe the best way to avert a significant shortfall is to approach Itasca taxpayers, and ask them to consider a tax increase.
Approval of this referendum would allow the District to continue operations uninterrupted, maintain existing service levels and implement several much needed improvements to the existing fire station.
Any questions please contact Itasca Fire District at 630-773-1223

The Fire District covers a 6.5 square mile area and includes portions of Itasca, Addison and Wood Dale as well as unincorporated areas adjoining these jurisdictions. The Fire District is not a municipal department belonging to the Village of Itasca, but rather is its own governmental entity. However, the Fire District and the Village do work closely together on a daily basis, especially in matters regarding public safety.

The Fire District staffs an Engine, an ALS (Advanced Life Support) Ambulance and an Aerial Truck or Tower, and also maintains a reserve Rescue Squad as well as a reserve Engine and a reserve ALS Ambulance. The Fire District has an annual call volume of just under 2,000 EMS and fire calls a year.

The fire station is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and is ready to respond to any emergency at a moment's notice.