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Kenneth Strope:  Garfield Heights Fire Department Chief
For emergencies, call: 911
For non-emergencies call 216-475-8040
Fax:  216-475-8389

The Garfield Heights Fire Department consists of two stations.

Station One is located at 5115 Turney Road and Station Two is at 4585 East 131th Street.



Are fireworks legal?
The answer is you absolutely cannot set them off in Ohio.

As a citizen of the State of Ohio, can I buy and use fireworks?
Yes, you may buy consumer or 1.4g fireworks from a licensed wholesaler or manufacturer; however, you cannot discharge any consumer or 1.4g fireworks in the State of Ohio.

You must transport all fireworks purchased in Ohio out of the state within 48 hours of the purchase.

The only items that can be used in Ohio are designated "trick and novelty" which smoke, pop, and/or sparkle.

In Ohio, use of 1.4g fireworks (fire crackers, bottle rockets, etc.) is illegal. (R.C. 3743.65 (B))


NEIGHBORS BY RING APP

Hello Garfield Heights! This is Captain Warner from the Garfield Heights Fire Department. Our Fire department is excited to be joining the Neighbors by Ring app in efforts to provide Fire safety best practices in our Community. This app will allow the Garfield Heights Fire Department to inform the community of real-time incidents and safety events so you can always stay informed. The Neighbors by Ring App also allows you, the user, to see something share something directly with Garfield Heights Fire Department. You do not need Ring devices to participate, anyone with any camera system can upload content to the Neighbors App! We are encouraging each and every one of you to spread the word out to the community about the Neighbors App. To download please text "jointoday" to 555888. Remember if you see something share something and report it to the Garfield Heights Fire Department # 216-475-4053



OPEN BURNING IN GARFIELD HTS.

Summer has finally arrived, and so has outdoor fires. We would like to remind you that being courteous to your neighbors can go a long way. Some neighbors may have respiratory problems and may not be able to tolerate the smoke. Some neighbors like to sleep with their windows opened. Try to work out a solution to these problems. Also take into consideration the time of day when enjoying your fire.

To view the ordinance, please click here.


In addition to fire fighting and emergency medical services, the Fire Department provides many services including fire safety inspections, public education and miscellaneous services such as pulse readings.

Public Services

  • Emergency Preparedness - if anyone in the City of Garfield Heights needs information on preparing for an emergency in their house/business they should contact the Garfield Heights Fire Prevention Bureau at (216) 475-4053

Inspection Services

  • Periodic inspections of commercial buildings
  • Inspections of residences, upon request

Public Education

  • Carbon monoxide presentations for groups
  • Fire safety presentations for groups, schools, etc.
  • Fire extinguisher training for employers, groups, individuals, etc.

Miscellaneous Services

  • Carbon monoxide (CO) investigations for residences or businesses

Message from State Fire Marshal

  • Click here for information regarding "How safe is your business from fire?"