The Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory was created in 2008. The department has grown from the 80s and 90s when it was nearly all-volunteer responding to 30-35 fire calls a month. The department is now a full-service emergency rescue that can perform medical, technical, high angle, and confined space rescue in addition to fighting structural fires. In 2017, the department responded to approximately 2,500 calls with 4% being fires and 70-80% being medical rescue. A new fire station is currently being built on the south side of Warsaw on property purchased in 2008. However, with Warsaw continuing to grow to the north, options are being considered for building another fire station on the north side of Warsaw possibly moving the downtown station to the new location. The department is also involved with the Warsaw Community Schools and offers Firefighter 1 & 2 and EMT basic classes for students interested in a fire department career. Another initiative of the department is working to get automatic aid notification across all county fire departments.