Aluminum cans can be dropped off at any Cleveland Firehouse. The money collected from recycling the cans go towards supporting pediatric burn victims in Northeast Ohio.
History on the CFD:
(Courtesy of Paul Nelson From the Fire Museum)
Congratulations to the Cadet Classes of:
22nd FTA Cadet Class:
November 4, 1996 (18 yrs of Service)
Cleveland Firefighters- Over 150 yrs Protecting Lives and Property.
"We are there for you when you need us!"
There will be a Press Conference with Crime Stoppers on Tuesday December 16th "B" at the FTA at 12 noon. We will be publicizing the $10,000 Reward put up by members of Local 93 for the arrest of the people responsible for the deaths of Brothers Will Walker and Ted Wright.
Members are welcome to attend. Class "A" uniforms are NOT required, but Cleveland Fire shirts are encouraged.
Our Condolences to the Family & Friends of Sister Craig-Lewis
She leaves behind 2 children.
Cleveland Firefighters Christmas Toy Drive.
Donations accepted at All Cleveland Firehouses until December 17
Operation Warm provides Brand New American Union Made Coats for $35.
We have collected over $5,300!
Coats have been ordered & will be distributed soon!
Brian Webb E36 "C" (216) 272-9217
Owen Donelon (TL1)216-965-2321
We are seeking donations to fund the purchase of Brand New Coats for children.
Join the Cleveland Firefighter Memorial Committee
Members needed to join the committee that maintains our Memorial located next to the Browns Stadium.
Brian Degardeyn at
Join the CFD Honor Guard Members needed to join the
CFD Honor Guard
Dean Murad at
NIST releases landmark Residential Fire
Study that shows How Crew Sizes and
Arrival Times Influence
Saving Lives and Property
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce
In 2010, NIOSH researchers launched a multi-year study to examine whether fire fighters have a higher risk of cancer and other causes of death due to job exposures. Click here for the link
FIRE FIGHTER FATALITY INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM
Each year an average of 100 fire fighters die in the line of duty. To address this continuing national occupational fatality problem, NIOSH conducts independent investigations of fire fighter line of duty deaths. This web page provides access to NIOSH investigation reports and other fire fighter safety resources.
The Cleveland Firefighters Association IAFF Local 93- Established 7/19/18