Cleveland Fire and EMS
Cleveland Fire and EMS
City of Cleveland Fire and EMS channels. Can include other Cuyahoga County FD channels when CFD is not busy.
Status: Will be off line until 7/11/17
City of Cleveland Fire and EMS channels primary. Experimenting with including other suburban fire departments on Cleveland trunk system when not busy. Primary trunk groups on the feed include:
56096 - CFD Station Alert
56087 - CFD TAC 1 - Fireground for Assistant Chief 1
56088 - CFD TAC 2 - Fireground for Battalion 2
56089 - CFD TAC 3 - Fireground for Battalion 3
56090 - CFD TAC 4 - Fireground for Battalion 4
56091 - CFD TAC 5 - Fireground for Battalion 5
56092 - CFD TAC 6 - Fireground for Battalion 6
56093 - CFD HAZTAC - Hazmat Operations
56098 - CFD 14 ADMIN - Communications between EMS Captains, Battalion Chiefs and Dispatch
56099 - CFD 16 DISP - Cleveland Fire Dispatch
56102 - CEMS FR - Comms between CFD first responders and CEMS.
56106 - CEMS DISP 1 - Cleveland EMS Dispatch 1
56107 - CEMS DISP 2 - Cleveland EMS Dispatch 2
56111 - CEMS EVENT 1 - CEMS event channel.
56112 - CEMS EVENT 2 - CEMS event channel.
56068 - CLE ARFF OPS - Cleveland Hopkins Airport Fire Department Ops
56069 - CLE ARFF ALR - Cleveland Hopkins Airport Fire Department Station Alert
Cleveland Fire Department Responses and Common Radio Terminology
Wheels Rolling: Company is responding.
Backing In: Company has returned to quarters.
Still: Single engine response. Examples are car fire, dumpster fire, etc.
A First: Single company as a first responder on a medical emergency.
Emergency: Service call - open hydrant, down power line, 911 hang up, etc.
MVA: Motor vehicle accident. 1 engine, 1 ladder, and 1 technical rescue company respond. If entrapment, add a Battalion Chief to the response.
Box Alarm: 2 engine companies, 1 ladder company, 1 technical rescue, and 1 Battalion Chief. If working fire found, add 1 ladder company as rapid intervention team (RIT) and 1 engine company as a worker.
Signal 2-2-2 (Triple Two): Second alarm. Add 2 engine companies, 1 ladder company, 1 technical rescue, 1 Battalion Chief, and 1 Assistant Chief to the Box Alarm response. (Total: 4 engine companies, 2 ladder companies, 2 technical rescue companies, 1 RIT ladder company, 1 worker engine company, 2 Battalion Chiefs, 1 Assistant Chief)
Signal 3-3-3 (Triple Three): Third alarm. Additional units beyond 2-2-2 as requested by incident commander.
Car 713: Fire Investigation Unit.