Fire Department Resources

Emergencies – 911

Alternate emergency number:
(440) 243-1212

Non-emergency and business line:
(440) 243-1313

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Residential Fire Prevention Plan

Get Started on your Home’s Self Fire Safety Inspection

If there is a fire, you may have less than 3 minutes to get out of your home. Talk about what you should do to be safe. Make sure everyone in your home knows what to do if there is a fire.

After you complete this checklist you can download your certificate of completion.

checkbox with red checkPut a check in front of each statement that is true for your home.

test your alarms regularly

Test your alarm regularly.

Your smoke alarm is working if it makes a noise when you press the “test” button.

curious about fire

Children are sometimes curious about fire.

If you have children in your home, lock up any items that can start a fire (matches, lighters, cigarettes, etc.) and make sure children cannot reach candles.

Illustrations courtesy of the U.S. Fire Administration

New Residents Information

Become an official Safety Inspector!

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