Incident Response Statistics
- Full-time Fire Chief: works 40 hours a week (M-F) and subject to recall
- Fire Rescue Personnel: 9 personnel work 24 hrs on and 48 hrs off, 3 persons per 24hr shift.
- Part-time Personnel: 15 utility personnel that work fill-in when full-time firefighters are off and augment the shifts with a 4th member from 7 am to 7 pm, 7 days a week.
- On Call Personnel: 7 personnel respond to Station # 3 from home to handle calls and assist on large incidents.
- Station #1 (Headquarters): 294 Main Street | Ph: (440) 593-7460 | Fax: (440) 593-6134
- Station #3: 392 Middle Road | Ph: (440) 593-7464
- Engine 211: 1996 Spartan Precision Silent Knight
- Squad 219: 2010 Ford/1995 Braun Box
- Squad 229: 2005 Ford/Braun
- Squad 238: 2005 International Braun
- Heavy Rescue 237:1991 Peterbuilt Saulsbury
- Engine 232: 1996 Freightliner Precision
- Engine 241: 1996 Freightliner Precision
- Grass Unit 234: 2010 Ford F250/Reading
- Air Boat 3: Yankee Airboat
- Critical Scene Support Trailer
- Trench Rescue-Collapse Rescue Trailer
- Fire Suppression
- Emergency Medical Service
- Technical Rescue
- Vehicle / Heavy Machine Extrication
- High Angle Rope Rescue
- Trench Rescue
- Confined Space Rescue
- Water Rescue/Ice Rescue /Swift Water Rescue
- Hazardous Materials
- Fire Investigation
- Fire Inspections/Code Enforcement
- Pre-incident Planning
- Building Plan Review
- Knox Box Access and Maintenance
- Vehicle, Equipment, and Station Maintenance
- Hydrant Maintenance: Flushing, Testing, Color Coding, Marking, Record Keeping
- Training: Fire, EMS, Hazardous Materials, and the many disciplines of rescue. Regular training is the key to keeping our skills sharp.
- Community Service: CPR / AED Classes for the Public.
- Fire Prevention: Education for children and adults.
- Fire Extinguisher Training: Industrial and Health Care Facilities
- Assist the Police Department with ALICE training for schools.