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We are currently accepting bonfire permits by mail only with a check for $25. Permits can be mailed to 6345 23 Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI 48316. Inspections will be completed as soon as possible, but may not be within the normal 48- to 72-hour timeframe.
The Shelby Township Fire Department also offers outreach programs like station tours, public education courses such as CPR training and provides fire reports and other information to the community through its offices located at Fire Station No. 1.
Bonfire / Open Burning Ordinance
We are currently accepting bonfire permits by mail only (along with a check for $25.00). Permits can be mailed to 6345 23 Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI 48316. Inspections will be completed as soon as possible, but may not be within the normal 48-72 hour timeframe.
|Bonfire / Open Burning Ordinance||Annual Bonfire Permit Application|
The Shelby Township Fire Department offers Healthcare Provider CPR and Heartsaver CPR courses designed by the American Heart Association.
The Healthcare Provider Course is held every other month. Course Fee is $65 per person. The Healthcare Provider Course is designed for the professional emergency care provider such as nurses and paramedics and those who wish to expand their skills beyond the Heartsaver CPR Course.
This course will teach you the mechanics of one and two person CPR and obstructed airway in adults, children and infants. Automatic external defibrillating is covered for use on adults only. The Healthcare Provider Manual is required and may be purchased at time of class. A certificate is issued following an 84% passing grade for the required written and skills examination. The certificate is valid for two years from the date of issue. The program length is approximately four to six hours. Please call 586-726-7295 for further information. This course must have a minimum of 5 students to be held.
2020 Healthcare Provider Course Dates
|January 18||March 21|
|May 16||July 18|
|September 19||November 21|
The Heartsaver CPR Course is held every other month, and the course fee is $55 per person. Heartsaver CPR is intended for lay responders such as teachers, daycare providers and all persons whose employer requires basic CPR training.
Heartsaver CPR teaches the mechanics of cardio pulmonary resuscitation and treatment of an obstructed airway in adults, children and infants. A Heartsaver CPR Manual is required and may be purchased at the time of class. A certificate is issued following an 84% passing grade for the required written and skills examinations. The certificate is valid for two years from the date of issue. The program length is approximately four to six hours. Please call 586-731-3476 ext. 3 for further information. This course must have a minimum of 5 students to be held.
2020 Heartsaver CPR Course Dates
|February 22||April 18|
|June 20||August 15|
|October 17||December 19|
The Shelby Township Fire Department's Annual Report is prepared by the Shelby Township Fire Chief. The report details the department's activities, accomplishments and statistics from the previous year.
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Shelby Township Fire Department Open House
Each year the Shelby Township Fire Department hosts an open house in observation of the National Fire Protection Association’s Fire Prevention Week. The open house is a family-friendly event that provides an opportunity to tour the fire station, meet firefighters and participate in many fun, educational activities.
Thank you for making the 2019 open house such a success. We look forward to seeing you again next year. Please stay tuned to this page for information on our 2020 open house.
Knox Rapid Access System
The Knox Rapid Access System is a secure emergency access program developed for property owners and fire departments. When a fire breaks out, or there is any emergency, the Knox system allows firefighters and paramedics immediate entry into buildings and property without forced entry, damage or delay. Each local Knox system purchased by a property owner is keyed to a master key controlled by the Shelby Township Fire Department.
The Shelby Township Fire Department requires a locking Knox key box on all commercial property as defined by the Fire Code Official, or where
immediate access is necessary for life-saving or firefighting purposes per the 2015 International Fire Protection District, Section 506.1 as
The Knox system for residential property owners is for at-risk residential occupants, and persons responsible for at-risk occupants who need the ability to grant fire department access to residential property in an emergency without property damage.
|Commercial Knox Box information||Residential Knox HomeBox information|
Contractor Portal - Inspection Reports
Inspection reports will now only be accepted electronically. The Fire Department has partnered with MobileEyes to provide you, the service contractor, with an easy and efficient way to send your reports to us. Simply upload them through the contractor portal within seven days of the inspection date. The system will notify us to the deficiency severity, and we can respond accordingly. At this time, we are only requesting sprinkler system, alarm, kitchen system, and paint booth reports.
If you have any issues with the system, please contact the MobileEyes help desk at 866-974-1117, ext. 1. If you are having trouble locating your service address in the system, please call Patty at 586-731-3476, ext. 3.
|Access the contractor portal here||Click here for instructions on setting up your account|
|Click here for instructions on funding your account|
Frequently asked questions
- Who can I speak to about my ambulance bill?
The Shelby Township Fire Department uses a third party biller for all EMS billings. Please contact AccuMed at 888-330-5405 for any questions about your bill.
- Does the fire department accept sharps/needles?
No, we do not. We suggest you visit safeneedledisposal.org for local disposal options.
- I need help installing my child’s car seat. Who should I call?
STFD currently has two members who are certified child passenger safety seat technicians. They are available, by appointment, to inspect your
seat for expiration and recalls, help with installation, educate you on proper seating positions, and answer any questions you may have. Please
call 586-731-3476 ext. 3 to set up an appointment.
- How do I schedule a fire-related educational program or engine visit?
Please contact Deputy Fire Marshal Duane Staten at 586-731-3476 ext. 2723 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request should include the event,
date, time, location, and point of contact including a contact number for the event.
- What should I do with an expired fire extinguisher?
We suggest you take the extinguisher outdoors and empty it into a large garbage bag to depressurize it. You can then throw the empty canister
in the bag and put it out with your regular trash.
- Does the fire department service fire extinguishers?
No, however you can find local fire extinguisher businesses in the yellow pages or online to service them.
Acting Chief/Chief of Training: Rodney Scrutchen
Assistant Chief John McCoy
Fire Marshal: Steven Henion
EMS Coordinator: Frank Pierce
Shelby Township Fire Department
Fire Station No. 1
6345 23 Mile Road
Shelby Township, MI 48316-3572
For all emergencies dial 911
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