Fire Department

403 North Huron Street
PO Box 39
Cheboygan, MI 49721

Ph: (231) 627-9931
Ph: (231) 627-4321
Fx: (231) 627-7990

Fire Department Staff

Fire Department Name Email
Fire Chief Don Dailey
Assistant Chief William Skowten
Captain Greg Brown
Lieutenant Jason Cronk
Sergeant Todd Charboneau
Firefighter Kurt Jones
Firefighter Paul Schoenith
Firefighter Allison Jones
Firefighter Jeff Armstrong
Firefighter Greg Vieau
Firefighter Nate Howell
Firefighter Gabe Jones
Firefighter Vince Mollen
Firefighter Craig Passeno
Firefighter Ron Vieau
Firefighter Mike Rogers
Firefighter Cody Bergquist
Firefighter Geoff Hoeksema
Firefighter Andy Vieau
Firefighter Caleb LeMarble
Firefighter Shelbie Mosley

Burning Permits, Fire Inspections & Extinguishers

Burning Permits: All property owners, whether business or residential, are required to obtain a burning permit from the City of Cheboygan before open burning of any type is permitted. This includes small piles of brush, grass or leaves. Burning in burning barrels is also restricted and persons wishing to do so must obtain a permit through Cheboygan City Hall (231-627-9931) or the Cheboygan Fire Department (627-4321). Fines for violation of this Ordinance can amount to $500.00 or more.
Burn Permit

Fire Inspections: Persons requesting a fire inspection of business or residential structure may schedule appointments by calling 627-4321 between 9:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and between 9:30 a.m and 1:00 p.m. on Fridays.

Fire Extinguishers: ABC type refillable fire extinguishers can be dropped off to be refilled at CarQuest in Cheboygan.

Location: The Cheboygan Fire Department is located in the City Hall/Opera House facility on the corner of Huron and State Streets.

ISO Rating

All fire departments are subjected to an ISO rating. The official name for this rating is the Public Protection Classification or PPC, but it’s informally called a fire score. The PPC score is a rating of how efficiently your fire department serves your local community.

You’re assigned a score between 1 and 10, with lower numbers indicating a better score. High ISO scores can increase home insurance rates in the community.  As of October 1, 2019, The City of Cheboygan improved their ISO public protection rating to be a 5 for properties located within five road miles of the Cheboygan Fire Station.