23759 Brightwood Drive

Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025

Phone: 812-637-3473

Fax: 812-637-0161




For the first time in 4 decades, we had to cancel The Bright Community Festival and The Bright Parade due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.  This is a great disappointment to the members of the Fire Department and the Bright Community.  With growing COVID concerns, and the Governor’s decision to extend restrictions for safety, we feel it is the right thing to do for the health and safety of our community. 

We searched for a way to connect with the community and try to provide an opportunity for families to still enjoy the Saturday evening we would normally be at the festival, while staying safe.  We are pleased to announce the first Bright Virtual Festival.  With the help of a few community members, SOL Records and NOW Broadcasting, we were able to find the sponsorships to allow for a Live Streaming Event of The Danny Frazier Band that will take place on Saturday, July 25th from 8 to 11 pm.  A link to BrightFestival.Live will be on The Bright Community Festival Facebook page for access as the Music starts.  We will be recognizing our many great sponsors of this event, as we could not have done this event without their generous support. 

The Split-the-Pot and Vacation raffles are continuing as reported earlier.  We will have members of the Fire Department at the Firehouse Station 1, off Saltfork, to hand out and accept raffles tickets and donations during the Live Broadcast.  We will update on the Split the Pot running total throughout the Live Broadcast.  The winners for the Split the Pot and Vacation Raffles will be drawn on Sunday July 26, 2020 at 1:00PM at Station 1.  We will live broadcast the drawings on The Bright Community Festival Facebook page as well.  Thank you to everyone who have returned tickets.  We would like to ask those who have not returned them, please consider doing so.  If anyone would like tickets, please stop by the firehouse on Salt Fork or give us a call at 812-637-3473. 

While this year’s Festival will not be going on as planned, we hope that you will watch this Live Streaming Event and take the opportunity to enjoy the evening safely with family and friends.  There will also be links during the Live Streaming to give donations to help us recoup some of the fundraising the Fire Department still needs. Thank you in advance for your continued support and any  donation is welcomed and greatly appreciated.




About us

The Bright Volunteer Fire Company proudly protects over 6000 homes, almost 2000 outbuildings and over 70 business structures in a 45 square mile area. In our service area we have 2 elementary schools, 1 intermediate school, 6 day care facilities, 9 buildings that house elderly residents and 2 community parks. We operate out of 3 stations that protect a primarily rural area. Our department is private and all our firefighters operate on a volunteer status. Station 1 keeps two paid EMT personnel on staff 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Organized in 1948 we have consistantly grown over the years to what we proudly have today. We run a Fire and EMS system that works well for the people in our community. We border Hamilton County Ohio on the east, Franklin County Indiana in the northeast, the city of Greendale, Indiana on our southern border, Miller/York township on our west and the town of St. Leon, Indiana in the north.
We respond with an engine and tanker from each station on all fire emergencies in addition to to other service equipment. The EMS unit responds on all fire calls. Our task unit and engine responds on all motor vehicle accidents for support. CO Alarms are responded to in a non-emergency mode