Fire Department

Contact Information:

Administration Hours:

8am-6:30pm Monday through Thursday

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 –[email protected]
231-733-8896

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

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The Muskegon Heights Fire Department seized the opportunity of the pleasant weather to provide a fun and engaging experience for the children at East Park Manor, while also allowing probationary members to hone their pumping operations skills. ... See MoreSee Less

The Muskegon Heights Fire Department seized the opportunity of the pleasant weather to provide a fun and engaging experience for the children at East Park Manor, while also allowing probationary members to hone their pumping operations skills.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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I hope this makes some of these kids want to be firefighters one day! Spreading kindness, compassion, and hope. Job well done!

You are putting some life in that department. Looks good!

Great job….🤗

What a fun thing to do for the kids!

Future firemen ❤️

Love it!!❤️

Made my day!

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TRAINING:

MHFD Red shift was invited by Muskegon Fire Dept to participate in RIT training.

What is RIT training? Why is it important?

Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) is a designated crew that will serve as a stand-by rescue team for personnel and be available for the immediate search and rescue of any missing, trapped, injured or unaccounted for fire fighter(s).

Thank you MFD for inviting MHFD to train alongside your crews.
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TRAINING: 

MHFD Red shift was invited by Muskegon Fire Dept to participate in RIT training. 

What is RIT training? Why is it important? 
 
Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) is a designated crew that will serve as a stand-by rescue team for personnel and be available for the immediate search and rescue of any missing, trapped, injured or unaccounted for fire fighter(s).

Thank you MFD for inviting MHFD to train alongside your crews.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

Today is International Firefighter Day!! MHFD would like to take a moment to appreciate the selflessness, courage, and the dedication of all firefighters. MHFD would also like to thank the firefighters who protect and serve The City of Muskegon Heights.

Let’s show them that their unwavering commitment to saving lives and protecting the community doesn’t go unnoticed!

THANK YOU FIREFIGHTERS!!!
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Today is International Firefighter Day!! MHFD would like to take a moment to appreciate the selflessness, courage, and the dedication of all firefighters. MHFD would also like to thank the firefighters who protect and serve The City of Muskegon Heights. 

Let’s show them that their unwavering commitment to saving lives and protecting the community doesn’t go unnoticed!  

THANK YOU FIREFIGHTERS!!!Image attachmentImage attachment+8Image attachment

11 CommentsComment on Facebook

Thank you for naming me one of your fans, with an badge (in name only). I am honored to accept. God bless you all. Be safr

I love this soooo much!! Thank you for your service!! 🔥🙏🏽🥰

Thank you for all you do in keeping us safe!

Thank you for all you do. I know it is not an easy job. You have to have it in your heart to serve like that! ❤️

Proud of them be bless

The Navarro's crew appreciates all you do!

Really love & appropriate these guys!

Where is Chief Christopher Dean?

Thank you for your service 🤍

❤️

Thank you for your service🙏🏽🙏🏽

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MHFD are currently assisting MFD on a working Structure Fire with a possible victim inside.

Responding Apparatus:
Ladder 142

PLEASE AVOID THE AREA AT THIS TIME!ACTIVE INCIDENT: (Update: RESCUE IN PROGRESS AT 07:09) Muskegon Firefighters are currently responding to a reported structure fire on Getty south of Laketon. Multiple callers reporting smoke from the eaves of a residence.
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MHFD are currently assisting MFD on a working Structure Fire with a possible victim inside.   

Responding Apparatus:
Ladder 142 

PLEASE AVOID THE AREA AT THIS TIME!

**Boil Water Advisory for Muskegon Heights**

**URGENT: Boil Your Water Before Using**

Due to a drop in system pressure caused by a failure in the supervisory control and data acquisition system on April 24, 2024, the Muskegon Heights Water Department advises residents to boil water once service is restored. This precautionary measure is necessary to ensure your safety following the loss of water pressure in the distribution system. Currently, water service has not been restored.

**What You Should Do Once Water is Restored:**
- DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Boil all water for one minute, let it cool before using, or use bottled water.
- Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation.

**Current Actions:**
- City staff are investigating the system pressure drop and undertaking corrective actions, including flushing the system and collecting water samples to confirm water meets safety standards.
- We are collaborating with the City of Muskegon to maintain water supply, albeit at reduced pressure.

**Safety Notice:**
- Continue using boiled or bottled water until it is declared safe.
- We anticipate resolving the issue within 72 hours and will notify you when the boil water advisory is lifted and water service is restored.

**Further Information:**
- For updates and more details, please contact Muskegon Heights Water Filtration Plant at 231.780.3415 or the City Manager's Office at 231.733.8999.
- Follow our social media updates for ongoing information.

Please ensure this message reaches all affected individuals. Your health and safety are our top priority. Thank you for your cooperation.

City of Muskegon Heights
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**Boil Water Advisory for Muskegon Heights**

**URGENT: Boil Your Water Before Using**

Due to a drop in system pressure caused by a failure in the supervisory control and data acquisition system on April 24, 2024, the Muskegon Heights Water Department advises residents to boil water once service is restored. This precautionary measure is necessary to ensure your safety following the loss of water pressure in the distribution system. Currently, water service has not been restored.

**What You Should Do Once Water is Restored:**
- DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST. Boil all water for one minute, let it cool before using, or use bottled water.
- Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation.

**Current Actions:**
- City staff are investigating the system pressure drop and undertaking corrective actions, including flushing the system and collecting water samples to confirm water meets safety standards.
- We are collaborating with the City of Muskegon to maintain water supply, albeit at reduced pressure.

**Safety Notice:**
- Continue using boiled or bottled water until it is declared safe.
- We anticipate resolving the issue within 72 hours and will notify you when the boil water advisory is lifted and water service is restored.

**Further Information:**
- For updates and more details, please contact Muskegon Heights Water Filtration Plant at 231.780.3415 or the City Managers Office at 231.733.8999.
- Follow our social media updates for ongoing information.

Please ensure this message reaches all affected individuals. Your health and safety are our top priority. Thank you for your cooperation.

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