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Update May 11, 2024:

Are you interested in volunteering to help your community, family, neighbors and friends in the event our Safety Forces need assistance? If so, we encourage you to learn more about CERT and join our team! Applicants outside of our member communities will be considered for participation with our team. View the application and hold harmless agreement. Members are subject to a criminal background check.


We have partnered with the Shaker Heights CERT to begin in-person basic training classes in Fall of 2024. To participate, we need an application and hold harmless from you, and, completion of a criminal background check. We encourage anyone interested to send the application and hold harmless as soon as possible, so we can get the background check completed before the upcoming class. Email tricommunitycert@gmail.com if you are interested. Follow us on Facebook. Please complete the application and hold harmless, then scan and email to tricommunitycert@gmail.com.

Current members should register at ServeOhio. How to register at ServeOhio.

Thank you for your interest in and commitment to CERT.


What is CERT?

CERT is a group of volunteers who have completed extensive training and can assist Public Safety Departments in the event of an emergency, in support of community activities, or as they determine there is a need. Be Prepared.


More Information?

"The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community." Learn more at the Citizen Corps website.

Our Communities

Highland Heights

Website: www.highlandhts.com
Phone: 440-461-2440
Police: 440-442-8825
Fire: 440-442-7406


Mayfield Heights

Website: www.mayfieldheights.org
Police: 440-442-2626 ext. 221
Fire: 440-442-2626 ext. 216


Mayfield Village

Website: www.mayfieldvillage.com
Phone: 440-461-2210
Police: 440-461-1234
Fire: 440-461-1208


Richmond Heights

Website: www.richmondheightsohio.org
Phone: 216-486-2474
Police: 216-486-1234
Fire: 216-383-6325


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