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.
This fire station replaced the city's oldest, which was on Jackson Road, in 1990. In addition to housing a ladder…More truck and ambulance, this station also has a grass truck that can be used during fires in the Mentor Marsh, and a Lake County hazardous-materials truck that is used when responding to chemical spills.
The fire department is headed by Chief Richard Harvey.
In addition to fire trucks and an ambulance, the City of Mentor Fire Station 4 also houses the city's technical…More rescue trailer and dive truck. The fire department uses this for more complicated rescues -- for example, when someone has fallen down a ravine or is in a collapsed building. The department also provides ambulance and emergency medical services to the residents.
Fire Station 4 was built in 1971, and its predecessor is located directly behind it.
The Mentor Fire Department is headed by Fire Chief Richard Harvey.