Fire Department


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The Hazel Park Fire Department provides citizens with professional fire and advanced life support service for the protection of life and property.

Hazel Park Fire Department
22830 Russell

Telephone - Non Emergency:  (248) 546-4086

Supervisor:  Chief Richard Story

Fire Marshall: Jeff Woodcock


Smoke-Detector Program
For Hazel Park residents (ID required) the Fire Dept. will provide one smoke detector free of charge. For those residents who are unable to install the device, installation can be provided.

Blood Pressure Checks
On the 2nd Wednesday of each month, from 11:15 a.m. to noon, blood pressure checks are performed at the Hazel Park Recreation Center (620 W Woodward Heights).

Fire Hydrant Maintenance
Periodically, maintenance is conducted on the hydrant system. Function checks are performed throughout the summer months, while excess water is removed in the fall. Both ensure that the system is in good working order should it be needed in case of emergency.

Residential Knox Box Program
The Hazel Park Fire Department offers a safe and secure way to provide quick access to your house fore the fire department in the event of a medical or fire emergency.  The Knox Box System is a secure key box system that is already in current use with commercial and industrial properties in the City of Hazel Park.  This system can easily be adapted for single family homes for the fire department to gain entry without causing costly damage to the doors or windows of your house.  For more information on this system or other questions, please contact Fire Marshal Jeff Woodcock at 248-602-1767.

Health Screenings
The firefighters will provide free blood pressure screening at the fire station on a walk-in basis.  The fire station is located at 22830 Russell.


Fire Prevention Week/Open House
The Hazel Park Professional Firefighters sponsor an Open House every fall during Fire Prevention Week.  The open house provides a host of information, demonstrations on fire safety, and gives the public a chance to meet firefighters and tour the the fire station.

Community Involvement / Fund Raising
The Hazel Park Professional Firefighters are active in the community and support numerous charitable events and groups.  The firefighters raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Michigan Burn Center through their "Fill the Boot" drive.  Another annual fundraiser is the "Glow Bowl" event - typically held in January - which supports local charities including school groups, summer youth baseball, wrestling programs and the Hazel Park Youth Association.

- International Fire Code