Mission and Values

Mission Statement of the Streetsboro Fire Department

"Providing Prompt, Courteous, Professional Emergency Service"

As first responders to fires, public safety and medical emergencies, disasters and terrorist acts, the Streetsboro Fire Department protects the lives and property of Streetsboro residents and visitors. The department advances public safety through its fire prevention, investigation and education programs. The timely delivery of these services enables the Streetsboro Fire Department to make significant contributions to the safety of Streetsboro and homeland security efforts across the region.

Core Values of the Department


    The Department continues its unwavering call to protect and serve.


    Bravery is the ability to overcome fear through fortitude, instinct, compassion for others and training.


    We strive to keep our citizens free from danger, especially deliberate, harmful acts. With the best equipment and training, the Streetsboro Fire Department can reduce the risk to the public and its members at fires, emergencies and medical incidents.


    The enormous commitment necessary to perform the department’s tasks requires excellence of character. We inspire each other through pride in our unit, which is a belief that every action reflects on all the members of the unit, both past and present.


    A commitment to the objectives of our mission is an essential part of our code of conduct. The faithful observance of duty calls for us to fulfill our obligations professionally and honestly.


    By combining all of the components of our core values, the Streetsboro Fire Department will maintain its constant state of readiness to meet all threats and challenges, traditional and new.

A few of the services provided to residents and visitors of Streetsboro, Ohio in 2017:

A total of 2,483 incident responses which include:

  • 1,879 Rescue and Emergency Medical Incidents
  • 234 False Alarm Investigations
  • 163 Service Calls
  • 59 Hazardous Conditions, excluding fire incidents
  • 63 responses to working fire calls
  • 85 other miscellaneous incidents