Contact Information:  

Chief Vito Kavaliunas

Administrative Offices/Fire Prevention:   662-6035


5720 Dunham Road

Maple Heights, Ohio 44137



The Maple Heights Fire Department provides round-the-clock fire protection and emergency medical service to the City. The Fire Department operates out of two fire stations. Fire Station #1 is located at 5520 Warrensville Center Road and Fire Station #2 is located at 5720 Dunham Road. The two rescue squads are staffed by trained firefighter/paramedics. The Fire Department responds to over 5,000 incidents each year.


The Maple Heights Fire Prevention Bureau’s responsibilities include fire prevention education, and inspection of commercial buildings in the City. Fire Department personnel are also part of the Regional Hazardous Materials Team and Confined Rescue Team, serving eastern Cuyahoga County.


Residential Lock Boxes are available free to qualifying residents. These boxes allow entry into your home by the Fire Department if you are unable to open the door. For more information about any of the programs offered by the Fire Department, contact the Fire Prevention Bureau a 662-6035.

5520 Warrensville Center Road

Maple Heights, Ohio 44137

Administrative Office:   216-662-6035


Read more about the 2002 gas explosion across from City Hall.

Warehouse Fire, Rockside Rd

Thanksgiving Day Fire, 2014

Fire Department Paramedics receive training from the Cleveland Clinic Stroke Unit in preparation for the unit going in service to provide expedient state of the art treatment to victims of a Suspected Stroke in Maple Heights on June 27th 2016. Additional image

The Fire Department recently took delivery of a new rescue squad and pumper.  

Maple Heights Firefighters display their new 'turnout gear' (click on image to enlarge)

Maple Heights firefighters assist the Bedford fire department with controlling a house fire on 9/17