The Madison County Rescue Squad, Inc. is an all volunteer organization composed of non-paid professionals who provide emergency rescue services and non-emergency public safety services to Madison County, Kentucky. Our members serve 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, regardless of conditions. We are proud to deliver high quality, emergency rescue services and non-emergency, public safety services to Madison County residents and to those who are visiting our county.
Hometown Heroes - Saturday, August 6 - 10 AM to 5 PM
Please join the Downtown Richmond Association on the Courthouse square in Richmond for their second annual Downtown Richmond Car Cruise. This year's theme is “Hometown Heroes“ and the event will honor all first responders and military personnel, with a special tribute to Office Daniel Ellis and Deputy Kevin Crutcher – two of Richmond’s best! The event will include a car show, inflatables for the kids, live music by The Double Nickel Band and Nashville singer, Hannah Ellis, a military fly-over, and other activities. We will be bringing our brand new rescue truck to this event!
We Are Seeking New Members!
The Madison County Rescue Squad is accepting applications for our next recruit training period. Applicants must be 18, have no felony convictions or other serious criminal record, and possess a strong desire to serve their community.
Fund Raising Project
We receive some money from the Madison County government, and the occasional state or federal grant, but those funds only cover a fraction of our operating expenses such as vehicles and equipment, fuel, insurance, training, etc. Please help us to keep serving you by donating when our members come to your door.
The following individuals are currently soliciting donations on behalf of our Squad:
Click here to read the WKYT-TV story about our fund raising project.