Cleveland Heights Fire Station #2 12560 Cedar Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH44106 Cleveland Heights Fire station number 2 was built in the early 1980s and is the smaller of two stations in the city. The…More station houses reserve vehicles in addition to an engine, ladder and EMS unit. There are at a least six men on duty at all times at the station and 16 total in the city.
Cleveland Heights Fire Station #1 3445 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, OH44118 Cleveland Heights Fire Station #1 is the larger of two fire stations in the city, and has at least nine firefighters on…More duty at all times to provide EMS and fire protection for the community. The station is equipped with one engine, one ladder and two ambulances. Firefighters prepare for emergency situations in a training area designed for them to practice skills such as searching for people, hooking hoses in the dark and securing ladders to roof tops. Station #1 houses the dispatch station, which handles emergency calls for Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights and University Heights.
When asked about what makes Cleveland Heights great, residents almost always discuss the diversity of the community.…More About 53 percent of the population is white, 42 percent black, 3 percent Asian and 2 percent Latino according to the last census, although more accurate data will be available after the 2010 results are published. The slogan for the city of about 47,000 is "Home to the Arts," as the Cedar Lee Theatre, Dobama Theatre, Heights Arts Gallery, Cain Park Arts Festival and events and the Coventry Street Arts Fair are located in the eight square mile city. Several businesses and community resources are located within walking distance of residential neighborhoods, including restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, banks, grocery stores and libraries.
City Hall houses several government offices including finance, planning and zoning, historic preservation, community services, law, municipal court, police, fire, utilities, water and sewer.