Here are the latest updates from the house fire on Tuesday in Shaker Heights
Shaker Heights Fire Department
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Department responded to a Shaker Heights fire early this morning
A Beachwood firefighter was injured in a fire that left two dead in Shaker Heights this morning. Shaker Heights Fire Chief Kevin Jacobs said that two firefighters - one from his department and one from Beachwood's - were injured. UPDATE: Deceased in Shaker Heights House Fire Were Adults The Shaker Heights firefighter was treated and released from Ahuja Hospital, he said. He was unaware of what the Beachwood firefighter's condition is. Firefighters from departments including Cleveland Heights, Beachwood, University Heights, Euclid, East Cleveland, Richmond Heights and Lyndhurst responded to help fight this blaze. We will update this story as soon as we know more. View Tweets About Shaker Heights Fire on Daleford
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Here's a look at a preliminary study on a potential merging of the fire departments in University Heights and Shaker Heights.
The governments in University Heights and Shaker Heights will spend the summer pondering a merger of the communities' fire departments. Both parties await logistical details from North Carolina-based Emergency Services Consulting International to gauge whether merging would work and how much money such a move would save. The Cleveland Foundation gave the cities a $40,000 grant to help cover the cost of the study. ESCI hopes to have the study completed by late June or early July, Senior Vice President of Operations Philip Kouwe said. The organization has already completed a preliminary Cooperative Fire Service Delivery Feasibility Analysis based on information the cities gave to ESCI. You can view full results of the study by clicking on …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
A final report with information on potential consolidation savings and more should be available this summer.
Editor's note: Shaker Heights Patch will launch very soon, but we are so excited to be in the new town, we thought, why wait to start making your lives ridiculously easy? We'll be featuring occasional Shaker Heights news on neighboring sites until we launch the new site in early June, when you can add ShakerHeights.Patch.com to your browser's bookmarks! Two months could pass before residents get a clear vision of a fire department merger between Shaker Heights and University Heights. According to Emergency Services Consulting International, the firm hired to explore the cities' options, that's when some fun will ensue. "When (communities) decide to move forward with it and they actually start creating a firm implementation plan, in other …