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Community Risk Reduction Division
The overall objective of the Community Risk Reduction Division is to ensure that the residents, local businesses, and those who visit the City of Sharonville are safe. This is accomplished through fire life safety inspections, plan reviews, safety systems testing, education, and training. We aim to build and maintain relationships with our citizens and local businesses.
The Sharonville Fire Department continues to offer FREE Interconnected Smoke Detectors and FREE smoke detector batteries to the residents of Sharonville. A traditional smoke detector is a single unit wired to an electric or battery powered to protect a specific sized area. Interconnected smoke detectors provide an earlier warning of fire because they link together. When one alarm sounds, all alarms sound. This provides more warning in more places and gives families more time to escape. The advantage: Time to safely get your family out of harm’s way. Manufacturers of smoke detectors recommend that you replace your smoke detectors every 10 years. And as always please check your smoke detectors once a month and change your batteries every 6 months.
The Sharonville Fire Department strives to ensure that every residence in Sharonville has a working smoke detector. The best way that this can happen is for you to check your detector, if it needs to be replaced or the battery is dead, please call the Fire Headquarters at (513) 563-0252 to schedule a time to have your detectors fixed. The smoke detectors, batteries and installation by firefighters is FREE to Sharonville Residents.
Fire Extinguisher Training
The Sharonville Fire Department offers fire extinguisher training to any Sharonville business or civic organization free of charge. Using the most up-to-date equipment, A BullEx Smart extinguisher simulator, we are able to offer the most realistic experience to people who want to learn the proper way to use a fire extinguisher. Instructors also offer tips on when it is okay to attempt to extinguish a fire on your own or when it is wise to evacuate and call 911.
Please call the Fire Department at 513-563-0252 if you are interested in having a class at your location
Knox Box System
Property and homeowners have the ability to store entrance keys, access cards, and floor plans in a high-security Knox-Box®. Key boxes are mounted near their building or home entrances. Each Knox Box is purchased by the property owner and keyed to a single master key controlled by the Sharonville Fire Department. With the Knox System, there is no waiting for a property owner to unlock the door in the middle of the night and no forcing of the door open, potentially causing damage, to gain entry. The Knox Rapid Entry System reduces response time, property damage, and the liability for lost keys.
The Inspection Bureau also maintains the Knox Rapid Entry System a Valuable tool to help us protect your home or Business. For more information about the Knox Box system call us at 513-563-0252