ANTIOCH, Ill.— Antioch First Fire Protection District, Antioch Township, and The Village of Antioch have partnered to bring a FREE emergency alert system to residents; Hyper-Reach. This telephone-based mass notification system will be used to inform Antioch residents about local emergencies, hazards and other threats. Hyper-Reach is fully operational and ready for Antioch residents to enroll.
North Avenue to Close for Culvert Replacement Antioch, IL - The Lake County Division of Transportation will be closing North Avenue between Deep Lake Road and US 45 to through traffic for a culvert replacement. The closure will begin at 6 a.m. on Monday, June 21 and is scheduled to reopen late afternoon on Friday, June 25. Local traffic will have access from North Avenue east of Deep Lake Road to ... (Full Story & Photos)
After serving a dedicated 4 year term as a Trustee for the First Fire Protection District of Antioch and a life time of service to the Antioch Community, Tom Haley is stepping aside to allow the next generation of Trustee to guide the Fire District into the future. Tom is being replaced by Elected Trustee Jennifer Haley-Perrin. Trustee Tom Haley was recognized at the May 13th District meeting for ... (Full Story & Photos)
On March 31 the First Fire Protection District of Antioch celebrated a historic 36 years of dedicated service to his community. Engineer Jim Robinson and his family attend a walk out ceremony commemorating his 36 years as a volunteer firefighter. The Fire District presented Jim with the flag that was flown over Station one the day of his walk out. He was also presented with an Axe, noting the community's ... (Full Story & Photos)
The First Fire Protection District of Antioch is seeking a Tax Referendum in April of 2021
Historically, with the calls for service on the rise, the members of the First Fire Protection District struggle to reach our goal of making contact with 90% of the callers within 6 minutes. In 2020 we responded to 2975 calls for service. This was down from the previous year's 471 calls. Departments across ... (Full Story & Photos)