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|Chief Bryan C. Sloan
6184 Pearl Road
2017 HYDRANT FLUSHING
Hydrant Flushing will begin this year on Monday, May 1 and continue until completed in the month of June.
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The Parma Heights Fire Department has a proud tradition of providing state of the art Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of Parma Heights. In 2015, the department responded to 3,559 emergencies.
The department consists of 29 uniformed personnel including the Chief, Assistant Chief, 6 shift Lieutenants (including 4 Paramedics), 20 Firefighter/Paramedics and 1 Firefighter/EMT. There is a minimum of 6 personnel on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The Parma Heights Fire Department was evaluated in 2015 by the Insurance Service Office (ISO) Public Protection Classification Program, attaining the ISO rank of 3. Only the top 8.5% of fire departments in the United States have an ISO rating of 3 or better. This program evaluates four aspects of fire protection: Needed Fire Flow (for select occupancies), Emergency Communications, Fire Department, and Water Supply. This is an important tool when used along with other benchmarks and standards to evaluate the service delivered by a fire department.
The department responds to emergencies with the following primary apparatus:
- 1 - triple combination pumper (also equipped with Advanced Life Support EMS Equipment and Jaws of Life)
- 1 - 90 foot aerial platform (also equipped with Advanced Life Support EMS Equipment and Jaws of Life)
- 2 - ALS ambulance/rescue squads
And support or reserve apparatus:
- 1 - triple combination pumper
- 1 - ALS ambulance/rescue squad
- 1 - equipment truck/tow vehicle
- 1 - heavy/technical rescue trailer
- 2 - staff/command vehicles
The department provides Fire Prevention, Code Enforcement and Fire Investigation services as required by the Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Fire Code.
Valuable Fire and Safety Links
Ohio State Fire Marshall
National Fire Protection Association
Northeast Ohio Fire Prevention Association
Southwest Emergency Response Team