Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve the quality of life within the community by continuing to protect and preserve life while conserving property utilizing specialized skills and compassion. We will accomplish this mission while maintaining a high regard for the safety and health of our personnel. We will maintain a high standard of training, a quality assurance program to ensure effective critique of department actions through feedback from community residents and an effective communications system to tie all of this together. We will continue to receive superb backing from the City Administrators and demand the highest professionalism from our own members to provide this service.

  • Hydrant Flushing 2014

    Starting April 28,2014 the Twinsburg Fire Department will be flushing hydrants. The job should be completed by the end of June.

    All residents should keep the following in mind: 1) This is a necessary action to ensure that all hydrants are in good working order.
    2) Should the water in your home become discolored; you are advised to run the water until it is clear. 3) Be cautious of the ... [more]

  • Summit County Emergency Notification and Warning System

    Reverse Alert is a unique component to the County of Summit Emergency Notification and Warning System. The service is capable of warning citizens of severe threats to health and safety by sending emergency messages to email, hearing impaired receiving devices and telephone lines (business lines, cellular phones and home numbers).

    You can set this up to get emergency alerts sent to your em... [more]

  • Residential Lock Box Program

    The Twinsburg Fire Department now has available a residential lock box program that is in conjunction with the Knox Company www.knoxbox.com. The Twinsburg Fire Department members are the only ones that can open the box and retrieve a key to get inside the residence during a time of emergency. The Twinsburg Fire Department does not receive any money for ite... [more]

  • Do you have a Fireplace?

    Have you had it cleaned recently?
    Soot and the tars from burning wood can build up in it and eventually ignite causing a chimney fire.
    Having it cleaned and inspected at least once a year is a really good thing to do. Have it done right after the season or right before the season begins.

    ... [more]

  • False Alarm Campaign Continues

    Fire Departments Help Get the Message Out

    According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than six thousand false fire alarms
    occur in the United States each day...and the number is increasing.
    Local Fire Departments are succeeding in getting the message out through public service announements (PSA's). A 60 second PSA was posted online last Februar... [more]

  • Are your Fire Hydrants Visible?

    Do you have a Fire Hydrant in your tree lawn??
    Can you see it?? If the answer is no, then we probably can't see it either.
    Please take a few minutes to shovel around it and make it visible.
    Your insurance company and your Fire Department will love you for it!!


    ... [more]

  • Heating Safety

    According to the U.S. Fire Administration more than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat source in their homes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the fire risks associated with these heating sources.

    Download your Heating Safety Flyer here.

    ... [more]

  • Winter/Holiday Fire Safety

    The winter holiday season is upon us again, which means many of us are scrambling to decorate and tidy our homes for visitors and organized family gatherings. However, in the hustle and bustle of planning for the holiday social events many households fail to prepare for the unthinkable - a home fire.

    Download you Winter/... [more]

  • Home Fire Safety

    In 2006, there were 66 civilian fire deaths and 307 reported injuries. Many of these fires occured in the home.

    Protect your family and property from fire this year by down loading the Home Fire Safety Tip flyer here.

    ... [more]

  • Open Burning

    The Twinsburg Fire Department is required to respond to ALL Open Burning complaints.

    Below is a link that will give you guidelines to open burning.
    These guidelines for Open Burning are in conjunction with the Ohio Fire Code.

    If after reading these guidelines you have any other questions please contact the Fire Prevention Bureao, Monday thru Friday. 8:00AM-4:00PM.


  • Citizens Emergency Responce Team


    Twinsburg Community Emergency Response Team CERT

    Attention Twinsburg and Twinsburg Township residents:

    The Twinsburg Fire Department proudly announces the start-up of our very own Communit... [more]


Contact Information

Emergency Phone Number: 911
Non-Emergency: 330.963.6256
Fax: 330.963.6298
Twinsburg FD #1
10069 Ravenna Road
Twinsburg FD #2
2605 Glenwood Drive

Call Statistics

January 188 208185217
February 168 167178211
March 185 297190166
April 177 193180172
May 193 217183211
June 199 200186197
July 220 227190161
August 214 187205198
September 194 196181162
October 184 192174177
November 220 161162177
December 201 194188