Fire Department

Our Mission

To prevent loss of life, fire, and property 
damage through code enforcement, education, and community involvement.

The Warrensville Heights Fire Department currently has 28 members and one administrative assistant. The department has two stations located at 4301 Warrensville Center Road and 4545 Taylor Lane.

The Fire Department is a group of dedicated personnel that is specially trained and has exceeded the necessary requirements to serve as firefighter/paramedics. The department's training is on-going and provides front line response units capable of advance life support (ALS).  This provides the citizens of Warrensville Heights with 24/7 protection for Fire and EMS emergencies.

Periodically, the department offers several programs and services throughout the community, such as Fire Extinguisher training, CPR, and First Aid classes.

Warrensville Heights Fire Department also wants to keep citizens aware of helpful organizations.

The National Fuel Funds Network is a broad-based organization dedicated to increasing resources to meet the energy needs of financially struggling residents across the country. It consists of more than 300 non-profit organizations, government agencies and utilities that raise and distribute more than $100 million annually in charitably-donated home energy assistance for families in need. To find out more about the National Fuel Funds Network, call (202) 824-0660 or click onto the website,