Classes are offered on fire safety and injury prevention for residents of all ages. Active education programs are:
Age appropriate and coordinated with specific age group educators.
Provided as a course of study in the Grandview Heights Schools
Targeted to specific audiences such as childcare centers and senior citizens.
The Division of Fire conducts display booths at local events, participates in Safety Town, and offers community CPR classes. If your organization is interested in any of these programs, please contact the Division at (614) 488-5904.
Fire Prevention Bureau
Inspections are done on all public occupancies and businesses to enforce the local Fire Code. Compliance with the code reduces the potential for fires starting, limits the potential devastation of fires, and provides for safe evacuations. For commercial business inspections or questions, public education, home or residential inspections, please call our Fire Marshal at (614)340-5406.
Child Safety Seat Inspections
For help installing a car seat or booster seat, please contact Columbus Public Health at 614-645-7417 or email@example.com, or Franklin County Public Health at 614-525-5960. For information on installing them at home, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Fire Prevention Month
The second week of October is officially Fire Prevention Week. In Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff, we have events and activities all month long!