Department Seeks Part-Time Firefighters
The Richmond Heights Division of Fire is currently seeking applications for part-time firefighters. All applicants must possess Firefighter II and Paramedic certifications. Interested candidates can pick up an employment application at Richmond Heights City Hall during normal business hours. Employment applications can also be downloaded. Please contact Fire Chief Marc Neumann at (216) 383-6304 with any questions.
Smoke Alarm Program
The Richmond Heights Division of Fire participates in the American Red Cross Operation Save-A-Life program, which provides free home fire safety checks and smoke alarm installations. Smoke alarms are provided to Richmond Heights homeowners in need (landlords are required to provide them in rental properties). More...
Cooking Safety Tips
Cooking brings family and friends together, provides an outlet for creativity and can be relaxing. But did you know that cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries? By following a few safety tips you can prevent these fires. For more information, click here.
Department of Safety Improves on ISO Public Protection Classification
Congratulations to the City of Richmond Heights' Department of Safety for completing the ISO - Public Protection Classification Survey and earning an exceptional rating of 3 out of 10 (with 1 being the best possible score). More…
Calling 9-1-1: Tips for Seniors
Serious medical emergencies are time-sensitive and seniors often call a family member first. This delays medical care.
The following is a list of special tips that can help save the lives of our senior citizens: More…
Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips
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Residential Lock Box Program
The program is designed to expedite access to senior/handicapped adults in their own homes during medical or other emergencies. More...
State Fire Marshal Media Release
Click here for a copy of the media release from the State Fire Marshal about the fatal fire that occurred at the Loganberry Ridge Apartments on September 21, 2018. A $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who may be responsible for the fire is being offered.