Due to the Extreme Heat over the upcoming week, the City of Westland has opened an emergency cooling center for residents. Cooling Center hours and location.

The Great Lakes Water Authority is flushing and chlorinating the water main from Newburgh to Venoy from 7/7/2020-7/9/2020.  This maintenance will appear to be a water main break but isn't.  If you have any questions please contact GLWA at 313-999-3298.

Westland City Hall, City Parks and the Jefferson Barns Community Vitality Center are open for our residents. Online services and the City drop boxes are still available for residents to use.  The two drop boxes located at City Hall for bill payments (no cash please) and document drop offs that will be checked daily.  The Senior Friendship Center will continue to be closed until further notice.  Thank you for your patience in this unprecedented challenging time and please stay healthy.


EMS and Training Division

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EMS and Training Division

 This division of the fire department has two distinct responsibilities: 1. To train fire suppression personnel on a daily basis in areas that cover everything from basic firefighting operations to advanced rescue. 2. To educate the public through fire safety classes in the schools and one on one training with businesses/civic groups.


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Through quality programs promoting life safety, the Education Division has had contact with over 11,500 citizens including over 8,600 students throughout the Wayne-Westland School District, the Livonia School District, and preschools since 2001. Fire safety in the schools and the community is promoted through special events such as Fire Prevention Week activities, Stop the Violence and the Community Picnics.

Since 2006, the Training Division has brought over 110 different topics annually for training to fire suppression personnel. MISOHA Part 74 and NFPA 1500 mandate the training requirements to include the following:

MIOSHA Part 74

Respiratory Fit Testing

Roadway Safety/Visibility

Engine/Rescue drivers training

Fire Officer/Company Officer training

Hazardous Materials Response/HAZCOM


NFPA 1500

Rapid Intervention Teams

Firefighter Survival Techniques

Flashover Recognition

Building Construction

Advanced Vehicle Systems


The 56 members of fire suppression train on a daily basis to hone skills, maintain professionalism and provide the best possible customer service to the citizens of Westland. The next time you see firefighters training in the community, feel free to observe, take pictures or ask questions.


The training and education division offers a one hour class on the proper use of fire extinguishers in the home or a business. This class is comprised of a combination of classroom discussion that focuses on the theory of fire and examines the types of extinguishers in use today. A live fire prop is used for all class participants to get hands on experience using the proper methods of extinguishment to put out a fire. This opportunity is open to any group of 10 or larger for home use and any business in the City of Westland. Our fire extinguisher training also discusses the role of the employer as stated in 29CFR1910.157 which is the OSHA requirement for using portable fire extinguishers. If you would like to schedule a class, please contact the Training and Education Division at 734 467 3201 or click here.