City of Mentor-Swimming Pools 7967 Mentor Ave, Mentor, OH44060 The Garfield Pool and Garfield Park Community Center is located in the Mentor Recreation Park. It features a banquet…More hall, party planning facilities and a public pool. The center is operated by the City of Mentor. Contact the city for private booking information.
Mentor Civic Ice Arena 8600 Munson Rd, Mentor, OH44060 Mentor Civic Ice Arena is a public indoor rink maintained by the City of Mentor. It is open year-round but is closed in…More May for upkeep. Ice skating instructors and classes are available for beginners and advanced skaters. Mentor Ice Arena also offers youth and adult hockey leagues, special event hosting and rental skates. Please refer to the City of Mentor website for schedules of hours, leagues, classes and facility availability.
City of Mentor Fire Station 2 5025 Corduroy Rd, Mentor, OH44060 Fire Station 2, ensconced in the Mentor Headlands, was built in 1995. The original Fire Station 2 used to be located at…More the north end of Corduroy Road. The Mentor Fire Department provides both fire, ambulance and emergency medical services. It is led by Fire Chief Richard Harvey.
City of Mentor Fire Station 5 8467 Civic Center Blvd, Mentor, OH44094 Fire Station 5 is the headquarters for the Mentor Fire Department. In addition to housing fire trucks, ambulances and…More the on-shift battalion chief, it also contains the city's police and fire dispatching center. The station was built in 1971 and remodeled considerably in 2003. The Mentor Fire Department also provides ambulance and emergency medical services for the city's citizenry. It is overseen by Fire Chief Richard Harvey.
Old Village Hall and Mentor Fire Museum 7250 Jackson Street, Mentor, OH44060 The former Mentor Village Hall and Fire Station have different purposes now. The village hall was built in 1856 as the…More first home of the Mentor Christian Church. Then, it served as the fledgling village's council hall. Now, it can be rented for bridal showers and other celebrations. The city's first fire station, which is next door to the village hall, is now the Mentor Fire Museum and Safety Village. If a school or curious party would like to visit the museum, tours can be arranged at www.mentorsafetyvillage.com