Miami County (OH)

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Miami County, Ohio
County Number 55
OSP District Piqua
OSP Post 55 (Piqua)
ODOT District 7 (Sidney)
MARCS Zone 1
NWS Office Wilmington
FIPS Code 39109

Miami County Database
Miami County Live Audio
Ohio Forum

PDF Card
Census map

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Miami County EDACS - Historical Reference

Fire/EMS stations

Miami County Fire Stations


11-Troy FD/EMS Station 1

12-Troy FD/EMS Station 2

13-Troy FD/EMS Station 3

21-Piqua FD/EMS

25-Union Twp.(West Milton) EMS 669.9 / 1472.9 - Medic 25

31-Tipp City FD/EMS

35-Christiansburg FD/EMS

40-Bethel Twp. (Brandt) FD/EMS

45-Elizabeth Twp. FD/EMS

50-Covington FD/EMS 788.5 / 746.8 - Medic 51

55-Bradford FD/EMS

60-Ludlow Falls FD

65-Pleasant Hill FD/EMS

70-West Milton FD

75-Lockington FD (when operating in Miami County)

80-Laura FD

85-Casstown FD

90-Fletcher FD

95-JSP Fire District (St. Paris) FD/EMS (when operating in Miami County)

Examples: Engine 55 - Bradford FD, Medic 31 - Tipp City FD/EMS medic, Ladder 71 - West Milton aerial ladder.

Law enforcement

Unit Numbering (Police)

1-99 - County Sheriff
1XX - Bradford
2XX - Piqua
3XX - Tipp City
4XX - Troy
6XX - Covington
7XX - Fletcher
8XX - Laura (not in service)
9XX - not in use
10XX - Pleasant Hill (contracts with MCSO)
11XX - Potsdam
12XX - West Milton

Some departments also use the following format of beats:

  • Piqua: 2N1 - The 2 represents Piqua, The N or S represent north or south, R reprents cover, and C represents the supervisor. The last digit is day or night shift specific. Number 1-4 are 6A-6P units. 5-9 are 6P-6A Units. Units not using this configuration are school, parking, or patrol investigators, who just use their unit number.
  • Sheriff: 50N - Number is the unit number and the letter has the same designation as with Piqua. There is no shift designation.
  • Tipp City: 3S21 The 3 represents Tipp City and letter designates the area being patrolled and the last part is the unit number.
  • Troy 4S35 - 4 represents Troy. Troy only uses S or C. The S represents the sergeant and all other units are C which for them means cover. They do not work beats.

NOTE: Piqua is religous about their format, but other agencies are pretty loose. All have to use the plan for computer aided dispatch, but often don't use it on the radio. Tipp for instance will just call in as 321 even though they are logged in to CAD as 3S21.