What is the Smoke Detector Program?

The Mayfield Heights Fire Department is committed to helping people keep their homes safe. This program is offered free of charge to Mayfield Heights residents. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about our program, please call Laura Baumgardner at 440-442-2626, x 295, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Be prepared to leave a message on voice mail. This program is made possible by federal grants and donations from our business and professional organizations.

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1. Why do firefighters break out windows and cut holes in a roof during a fire?
2. Why do firefighters block traffic lanes at motor vehicle accidents and more lanes than are necessary?
3. Sometimes I see fire apparatus with lights and siren in operation proceeding through intersections and then after they go through they turn off their lights and slow down?
4. Why does my water turn brown when firefighters turn on fire hydrants?
5. Why do firefighters shop at the local grocery stores?
6. Why are smoke detectors so important?
7. How can I get a copy of my EMS report or a fire report?
8. Who do I contact for questions about an ambulance ride bill I received?
9. How do I get a hydrant permit?
10. What is the Smoke Detector Program?
11. What is the Residential Lock Box Program?