Fire Department

Contact Information:

Administration Hours:

8am-6:30pm Monday through Friday

Emergency-Please call 911
Muskegon Heights Fire Department
2715 Baker Street
Muskegon Heights, MI 49444
Phone: Main 231-733-8890

Administration and Fire Investigations
Chief Christopher Dean –chris.dean@mcd911.net
231-733-8896

The City of Muskegon Heights has adopted the ICC 2018 International Fire Code.

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June 6th, 11:15 am
Muskegon Heights Fire Dept

Another elevated fire danger day today. ... See MoreSee Less

Another elevated fire danger day today.Image attachment
June 5th, 11:40 am
Muskegon Heights Fire Dept

Beautiful day to go to the beach but also potentially dangerous waters. If you go to the beach be careful if you get in the water. ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful day to go to the beach but also potentially dangerous waters. If you go to the beach be careful if you get in the water.Image attachment
May 14th, 1:29 am
Muskegon Heights Fire Dept

I would like to thank everyone who has submitted their application for fire permits. With the first permits issued, we would like to provide a visual map for approved recreational fires. The flow chart below should provide an understanding of the process. ... See MoreSee Less

I would like to thank everyone who has submitted their application for fire permits. With the first permits issued, we would like to provide a visual map for approved recreational fires.  The flow chart below should provide an understanding of the process.
May 8th, 10:20 pm
Muskegon Heights Fire Dept

Notice: Burning of leaves and trash is never permitted in Muskegon Heights. Small recreational fires are allowed with an approved recreational fire permit. Burning of leaves and trash may result in a civil infraction ticket and a $200+ fire department response fee.

Chief Christopher Dean
Muskegon Heights Fire Department.
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There are many burning leaves and trash weekly. I mentioned the No burn to a neighbor and He said He’s been burning since his grandparents purchased the home. He obviously want to pay a fine.

Its way to dry to be burning anything right now. Even in enclosed pits, or throwing cigarette butts out the window. Last week there were major fires north of us that required something like 10 departments and the DNR to put out. At least 30 acres of forest burned, that I know of. Until we get more rain, we should wait.

too many fires this spring

So do you inforce and issue citations or PD and Whom gets the $$$$ from them ? Does it go into education or equipment fund ect....

How much for a recreational burn permit..I have a fire ring surrounded by cement blocks and would enjoy a nice small fire on a Friday evening

Yet the other option is damn near impossible if u rent. Cuz only the ACCOUNT HOLDER can order another can and its nearly $100! My landlord keeps ignoring requests even if i pay in advance. Many ppl are left w no option.

I had no idea, my whole block burns all the time.

Just a suggestion, mail every residence a notice via the United States Postal Service. Everyone received a letter notifying residents of the "Neighborhood" app. Everyone does NOT use social media. Thank you for all ya'll do.

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May 7th, 12:10 pm
Muskegon Heights Fire Dept

The smoke alarm recall you may have heard of does NOT impact any of the alarms we have installed over the last 7 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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