- Community Risk Reduction
Community Risk Reduction
We offer many programs to residents and businesses in Delhi Township. Many of these programs focus on safety, both public and private, education and other points of interest. This section outlines some of the programs that the Delhi Township Fire Department offers. For more information call 513-922-2011 or send us an email.
Community Risk Reduction Programs
Building Plan Review
In accordance with the 2017 Ohio Fire Code, Section 104.2, before a building or addition to a building is constructed or erected, and/or before a building is altered or relocated, or building equipment is installed therein which would require a building permit, for any structures in Delhi Township, plans must be submitted, reviewed and approved prior to any work being performed.
Car Seat Program
Find out more about the Child Safety Seat Inspection program and how you can have your car seats inspected by the Delhi Township Fire Department.
More and more fire departments are promoting healthy and safe communities by working to prevent emergencies before they happen. The Delhi Township Fire Department takes this community risk reduction model a step further with the Delhi Community Assistance, Resources, and Education Services program.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Delhi Township Community Emergency Response Team is training that prepares you to help yourself, your family and your neighbors in the event of a large scale disaster.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes are offered as traditional or blended courses.
The Delhi Township Fire Department Explorers Post is always taking applications for their program, where members will get a first-hand look at what it's like to be a firefighter.
Fire Safety Inspections
Gather information about why and when to obtain a Fire Safety Inspection.
Fire Safety Open House
In honor of National Fire Prevention Month, the Delhi Township Fire Department hosts an Open House to kick off the first week.
Fire Safety Presentations
The Delhi Township Fire Department is glad to host field trips from local schools and daycare facilities to help educate children of all ages about the importance of fire safety as well as a two week, twenty hour program for children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall called Safety Village.
Today's babysitters need to know more than just the basics to keep themselves and the children in their care safe. That's why Safe Sitter®, an up-to-date and well-rounded youth development program with a medical basis, teaches young teens life and safety skills to keep them safe now and in the future.