Fairport Harbor Fire Department

Fairport Harbor Fire Department The Fairport Harbor Fire Department protects approximately 3,100 people in a 1.14 square-mile village under the direction of Fire Chief Robert Lloyd.
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We respond to an average of 1,000 calls per year. The station is staffed 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Operating as usual

It's that time of year again, If you need assistance with your smoke alarms, Please contact us and we will help. Chief L...
10/31/2020

It's that time of year again, If you need assistance with your smoke alarms, Please contact us and we will help.
Chief Lloyd

10/24/2020
1813 Virtual Tour

Have you ever wondered what equipment we carry on our fire engines? Firefighters Friebertshauser and Hearn put together a virtual tour today of one of our engines.

https://youtu.be/DP4Y4WRXh_s

1813 virtual tour

Over the last couple weeks, your Fairport Harbor Fire Department EMTs and Paramedics completed patient simulation traini...
10/17/2020

Over the last couple weeks, your Fairport Harbor Fire Department EMTs and Paramedics completed patient simulation training courtesy of the Cleveland Clinic. Each simulation was set up like an emergency call that we could be called to. Members were able to practice their skills and learn some new techniques. This training was not only beneficial to the members, but also for the community, ensuring that the EMT's and Paramedic's skills stay proficient. Painesville Township, Painesville City, Leroy, and Perry fire departments also participated in the training.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

Did you know that if you are in need of smoke detectors and you live in Fairport Harbor, we will provide and install the...
10/08/2020

Did you know that if you are in need of smoke detectors and you live in Fairport Harbor, we will provide and install them free of charge. Smoke detectors save lives!

It's Fire Prevention Week! This year the national safety topic is kitchen safety. -Acting Lieutenant Blados
10/05/2020

It's Fire Prevention Week! This year the national safety topic is kitchen safety.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

As the temperatures are starting to change, the use of furnaces is right around the corner. We encourage everyone to hav...
10/01/2020

As the temperatures are starting to change, the use of furnaces is right around the corner. We encourage everyone to have working carbon monoxide detectors in their homes. If your carbon monoxide detector does activate, immediately step outside and call 911.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

Please take a moment today to reflect on the events that happened 19 years ago today. Remember all those who were lost o...
09/11/2020

Please take a moment today to reflect on the events that happened 19 years ago today. Remember all those who were lost on that day. Let us never forget.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

08/21/2020

Last week, your Fairport Harbor Fire Department was notified that our Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) application was approved. This approval means we are being awarded funds to purchase a power cot and lift system. Because of the grant, the Village's share of the cost for the equipment will be $2,767.06, while the grant will fund the remaining $55,341.30. The power cot and lift system not only helps keep EMTs and Paramedics safe, but it also provides a added level of safety for patients. Through the diligent work of Fire Chief Lloyd we were awarded the grant. As always, we would like to thank Mayor Manross, Administrator Cossick, Fiscal Officer Paquette, and the Village Council for their continued support. Most importantly we would like to thank our Village residents who we protect.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

C shift was out today training with the RAM, portable monitor. This device is capable of delivering 500 gallons of water...
08/11/2020

C shift was out today training with the RAM, portable monitor. This device is capable of delivering 500 gallons of water per minute. Each week, the three shifts spend time training on a different topic. Topics include, fire operations, emergency medical scenarios, hazardous materials situations, and special rescues.

-Acting Lieutenant Blados

07/24/2020
Village of Fairport Harbor, Ohio

Village of Fairport Harbor, Ohio

Statewide Mask Order Announced by Governor DeWine

Governor DeWine announced that beginning on Thursday, July 23, at 6:00 PM, a statewide mask mandate will go into effect. All individuals in Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at all times when:

- At an indoor location that is not a residence.
- Outdoors, but unable to maintain six-foot social distance from people who are not household members.
- Waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, a car service, or a private car used for ride-sharing.

The order only requires those 10 years old or older to wear a mask. Additional exclusions include:

- Those with a medical condition or a disability or those communicating with someone with a disability;
- Those who are actively exercising or playing sports;
- Those who are officiants at religious services;
- Those who are actively involved in public safety; or
- Those who are actively eating or drinking.

Residents wishing to register complaints regarding mask use or business compliance should visit: www.lcghd.org or call 440-350-4357.

The Lake County General Health District advises residents to utilize their webpage or hotline to voice concerns. Local 9-1-1 lines must remain open so first responders can receive notice of critical emergencies in our county.

Questions regarding COVID-19 exposure can still be addressed to Lake County General Health District at [email protected] or (440)350-2188. Visit www.lcghd.org for the most updated COVID-19 information.

Helpful tips about grill safety.
07/17/2020

Helpful tips about grill safety.

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to wish everyone a safe weekend!
07/04/2020

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to wish everyone a safe weekend!

Over the past two days, our back-up engine 1823 has been outfitted with a Ward Diesel exhaust filtration system. The pur...
07/02/2020

Over the past two days, our back-up engine 1823 has been outfitted with a Ward Diesel exhaust filtration system. The purpose of this system is to contain the exhaust emissions from being discharged in the apparatus bays and near our protective turnout gear. The exhaust emissions are known to carry carcinogens which put firefighters at a higher risk of developing cancer. In addition to protecting firefighters, the system will also keep the harmful emissions away from the Police Department and Village Administrative staff that also have offices in the building. Through the diligent work of Fire Chief Lloyd, we were awarded a grant through the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation, or BWC. This grant is covering 80% of the cost of the filter and installation, which saves the Village residents $7,900. As always, we would like to thank Mayor Manross, Village Council, and our residents for your continued support.

-FF Blados

Please take a moment today to remember those who have fought and those who have died. Thank you for the sacrifice you ma...
06/06/2020

Please take a moment today to remember those who have fought and those who have died. Thank you for the sacrifice you made.

-FF Blados

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to keep ...
05/25/2020

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to keep our country safe and free.

-FF Blados

Spring hydrant flushing will begin Monday May 18th. We will be out during day time hours checking to make sure the hydra...
05/15/2020

Spring hydrant flushing will begin Monday May 18th. We will be out during day time hours checking to make sure the hydrants are operating properly. If you experience discolored water, please run your cold water until it clears up. This process should be completed in approximately a month.

-FF Blados

Attached is the press release for the Fire this morning at the Fairport VFW Post 7754. Captain Braemer
05/14/2020

Attached is the press release for the Fire this morning at the Fairport VFW Post 7754.

Captain Braemer

Fairport Harbor Fire Department
05/12/2020

Fairport Harbor Fire Department

05/10/2020

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to wish all moms a Happy Mother's Day!

-FF Blados

04/28/2020

We are happy to announce that we are once again accepting aluminum cans for our recycling program. The funds generated from this program fund our smoke detector and residential lock box programs. Thank you for your continued support.

-FF Blados

Photos from Fairport Harbor Fire Department's post
04/28/2020

Photos from Fairport Harbor Fire Department's post

Attached are the requirements from Govenor DeWine's plan to reopen Ohio. -FF Blados
04/28/2020

Attached are the requirements from Govenor DeWine's plan to reopen Ohio.

-FF Blados

During the current health crisis we are experiencing, the Fairport Harbor Fire Department has received an outpouring of ...
04/27/2020

During the current health crisis we are experiencing, the Fairport Harbor Fire Department has received an outpouring of support from our community. One of which was the receipt of 500 N95 masks from the Lyondellbasell Corporation located on High St. Pictured from left to right, Firefighter Sundbom and Firefighter/Paramedic Friebertshauser. We could not be more grateful as we continue this journey and make sure we are prepared in case of another. We also received 250 N95s masks from Avery Dennison. These are by far the largest donations, but we are grateful for ALL donations, letters and food that our residents and businesses have provided us. THANK YOU to everyone for your support. Chief Bob Lloyd

In honor of the class of 2020 tonight we lit up the night for 20 mins at 2020. #classof2020 #skipperpride #anchordownCap...
04/21/2020

In honor of the class of 2020 tonight we lit up the night for 20 mins at 2020.

#classof2020 #skipperpride #anchordown

Capt Braemer

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. We thank all of our Dispatchers at Lake County Central Commu...
04/13/2020

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. We thank all of our Dispatchers at Lake County Central Communications for all of their hard work.

Captain Braemer

We would like to sincerely thank everyone for donating aluminum cans to our fire prevention recycling program. Unfortuna...
04/07/2020

We would like to sincerely thank everyone for donating aluminum cans to our fire prevention recycling program. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are unable to take the cans to the recycling center. With that said, we would like to politely ask that you keep the cans at your home for the time being. When we are able to resume collecting cans we will let you know. Thank you for your understanding and tremendous support.

-FF Blados

03/23/2020

The Fairport Harbor Fire Department would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the following organizations in supporting both the Police and Fire Departments. Special thanks to Rich Lanes and the Hungarian Culture Club for donating food to the Police and Fire Departments. To Vasko's Bi-Rite for offering to place an order in the event that Police and Fire personnel are confined to the station, to Jeff's Garage for donating dust masks and to Fairport Beverage for donating paper bags to carry our N95 masks.
Please be assured that the Village has been working diligently to prepare for this unprecedented Pandemic. We have assembled an Incident Command Team that communicates daily. This Command Team is comprised of Village administration, police, fire, schools, service and water departments.
You will see your Firefighters in N95 masks, eye protection, and gloves on EVERY run, you may see us in protective gowns and place a surgical mask on you or your loved one. This does NOT mean that they are infected with Covid-19. It means we are taking all neccessary precautions to protect you, our employees and our community.
You will see your Police Officers wearing N95 masks when dealing with the public, this does NOT mean they are ill, again it is us doing our part to protect EVERYONE.
We are taking police and fire employee temperatures twice during their shift. We have implemented deep cleaning of fire and police quarters and vehicles on a consistent basis and we are practicing social distancing while at work.
I implore you to heed the STAY AT HOME order issued by the Ohio Department of Health. We need to do our part to "Flatten the Curve" of this pandemic. Please wash your hands, Stay at home and as Mayor Manross says " Above all, BE KIND"
THANK YOU
Fire Chief Bob Lloyd

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220 Third Street
Fairport Harbor, OH
44077

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We will have a trick or treat set up in our garage for the trick or treaters @441 independence in Fairport so y'all bring y'all's little ones by for treat bags
My family & I were wondering about the fire that broke out on Mon., Aug. 26th. We were there for my brother's memorial & were down on the beach when we saw the smoke & heard the sirens. I hope there was no loss of life! Prayers for whomever was affected.