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No. Burning yard debris is against statewide EPA regulations and you may incur fines for burning debris.
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The Canton Fire Department does not currently provide smoke detectors. Please refer to the Red Cross (330-453-0146) or your local hardware store to obtain a smoke detector. Also, the Fire Department does not provide CO detectors or Extinguishers. Again, please refer to your local hardware store for these items.
Please follow this link for smoke detector placement information:
No, we do not service extinguishers. There are local fire extinguishment companies in the area who can assist you. We are unable to recommend a company.
You may obtain a recreational fire permit by calling the Administrative office during normal business hours. You can only burn cut, seasoned, dry firewood per Ordinance.
To schedule a group tour of any station, contact 330-489-3400.
Call 330-489-3400, or email your request to email@example.com. There is no charge for a single copy of a fire report.
EMS run reports are HIPAA protected. To obtain a copy of a run report, you must provide a government issued ID, a subpoena, a signed HIPAA release form, executor information, or other identifying information enabling us to release the run report to you. We do not email run reports due to security concerns. You may submit a request in person, or via fax at 330-471-8831. There is no fee for a single copy of a run report.
Call 330-489-3400 and ask to speak to the investigator for that particular fire. Alternatively, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canton Fire Department does not have a Fire Marshal, however we have several fire inspectors and investigators. Please call 330-489-3400 or email FPB@cantonohio.gov.
To file a complaint about the Canton Fire Department you must submit your complaint in writing. You may email or mail your complaint: Canton Fire Department, 110 7th St SW, Canton OH 44702, or email@example.com.
Fire hydrants are maintained by the Canton Water Department. Report all issues with fire hydrants to: 330-489-3315.
Injured or orphaned animals can be reported to the Wildlife Conservation Service at 330-477-0448. Cats are not considered wild animals. https://starkparks.com/injured-or-orphaned-animals/
If a child or other person is in danger due to a lockout/in, dial 911 for assistance. Please keep in mind that the fire department is not responsible for damage to property.
No. You will never receive a telephone or cell phone charge for dialing 911 for an emergency, however charges may be applied for false calls.
The City of Canton only receives tax dollars for Fire related services, not Emergency Medical Services. As such, you and/or your insurance will be charged for ambulance services if transported by the Canton Fire Department.
Please call 888-330-5405 for ambulance billing questions. Payments can be mailed to: City of Canton Treasurer, 424 Market Ave N, Canton OH 44702.
Yes. Call 330-489-3400 and ask to speak to Fire Prevention. You can also reach Fire Prevention via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, the fire department is unable to fill pools. Please contact the water department at 330-649-8100.
Report the test or false alarm to Dispatch at 330-649-5900.
Please call 330-489-3400 or email FPB@cantonohio.gov to schedule an inspection.
You may pay for an inspection or permit in person during normal business hours or via mail. At this time, the Fire Department can only accept checks or money orders made payable to City of Canton.
110 7th St SW, Canton, OH, 44702
Canton Fire Administration is open to the public Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 4:00pm, excluding federal holidays. Staffing levels may affect these hours. If visiting Admin to speak to a Captain or Fire Chief, we recommend calling ahead to schedule an appointment. We are located on the second floor of Station 1 (110 7th St SW, Canton, OH, 44702). Free parking is available to visitors diagonally across from our garage doors on 7th St SW.
Though it is not necessary, if you or your primary care provider feel it is important that we should be aware of your situation or devices, please submit your information to email@example.com. You may also submit the information in writing to 110 7th St SW, Canton, OH, 44702.
Call 330-489-3400 and ask to speak to an inspector, or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please refer to this link: https://www.knoxbox.com/KNOX/media/KNOX/How-to-Buy-Guide-(1)_2.pdf
Forms may also be picked up at 110 7th St SW, Canton, OH, 44702 during normal business hours.
Due to fluctuating call volume, we are unable to guarantee a specific station will respond to your home or business in the event of an emergency. A list of our fire stations is available via the following link: https://www.cantonohio.gov/Facilities?clear=False.
Fire extinguishers in good condition may be taken to the city recycling center on Schroyer (https://cantonhealth.org/eh/?pg=290. Sanitation accepts empty fire extinguishers in your regular, bagged curbside garbage.
No. Medical needles may be disposed of in a sharps container (coffee can, milk jug) and placed with your regular household garbage. For information on local needle exchange programs, contact the Health Department (link https://cantonhealth.org/)
Safe drop box locations are listed here (link https://starkmhar.org/prevention-resources/drug-drop-off-locations/)
Please to refer to http://www.cantonhealth.org/eh/?pg=290
The fire department currently does not have a public CPR program. Please refer to https://www.heart.org/en/cpr.