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City of Avon Fire Department
36185 Detroit Rd, Avon, OH 44011

Founded in 1932, the City of Avon Fire Department provides fire, rescue and ambulance services. It also performsMore CPR and building inspections. Rescue operations include ice, water, building, trench and rope. Community oriented, the fire department offers station tours and attends neighborhood block gatherings. 

 

Wood Fire Grill
32858 Walker Rd, Avon Lake, OH 44012
Wood Fire Grill, brought to the Avon Lake area by Flavor The Town, is a wood-fire restaurant. It serves appetizers andMore entrees such as artichoke dip, risotto cakes, salads, chicken wings, pastas and wood-fired steak and salmon. The restaurant also features a full bar with an extensive cocktail list. Outdoor seating is also available. It also features an attached banquet hall for parties or meetings. 
Avon Lake Fire Department
32811 Walker Rd, Avon Lake, OH 44012

The Avon Lake Fire Department is located at the city's Safety Center on Walker Road. The department is staffed byMore Ohio licensed firefighter/paramedics (EMTs). A full platoon is on-site 24 hours a day. All firefighter/paramedics are trained in water and ice rescue, six firefighters are certified in dive rescue, two are certified in under-ice rescue and numerous members of the department serve on Lorain County's HazMat and technical rescue teams. All firefighter/paramedics are trained in rope rescue high and low angle and confined space rescue. The department has two jet skis with sleds (shared with the Avon Lake Police Department) at its disposal for incidents on Lake Erie. 

The fire department has two fire engines, one aerial ladder truck, one heavy rescue truck, three advanced life support ambulances and numerous cars and light trucks. The Avon Lake fire department participates in mutual aid with several surrounding communities. This department maintains 19 firefighter/paramedics, eight lieutenants, two part-time fire inspectors, one chief and one dispatcher.

The fire department participates in the annual "Big Trucks" community event held at the safety center that allows children of all ages to get an up-close view of safety service vehicles.

The department operates under the direction of Chief Bill Morris.

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