Police Chief: Jay Holland
Mission Statement: The Niles Police Department is a caring and sensitive organization dedicated to the concepts of personal excellence, teamwork, and focused performance.
We respect and recognize the dignity of all people, and seek to serve and safeguard all persons and individual rights through the fulfillment of all official responsibilities mandated by the federal and state constitutions. We aspire to contribute to the quality of life and safety for all people by providing understanding and compassion through the effective and efficient delivery of law enforcement, detention, and services.
We take pride in our professional accomplishments and abilities, and we profess an open partnership with the Citizens of Our Community and Law Enforcement Agencies for shared emergency and protection responsibilities.
Department Goals: It is important to ensure that goals remain consistent with community needs.
-The maintenance of social order within the framework of the Constitution and legislatively mandated sanctions;
-To identify criminal offenders and criminal activity and, where appropriate, to apprehend, prepare, and participate in court proceedings;
-To reduce the opportunity for the commission of crimes through planning and aggressive acceptable modern police techniques;
-To aid individuals who are in danger or have experienced physical harm, and provide an emergency service;
-To resolve conflict;
-To plan, create, and maintain a feeling of safety and security in the community;
Historical Links to Niles PD:
Phone #: (330)652-9944 NON-EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY PLEASE
PLEASE CALL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES!!!
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Fire Chief: David Danielson
Department responsibilities: Fire Rescue, Water Rescue, Fire Prevention, and Fire Inspection.
Fire Department Facts: The first fire department in the City of Niles was instituted in 1870. It was a volunteer department that used a used engine that James Ward (see HISTORY PAGE) brought over from Pittsburgh. New fire engines were bought in 1875 and again in 1898.(Source: History of Niles, Ohio by The Niles Centennial History Club and McKinley High School, 1984, published by The Niles Daily Times.)
The present Niles Fire Department is no longer a volunteer department, but has 2 stations with 31 full time fire fighters, with its main station on East State Street. Its rescue equipment and vehicles inlcude 3 pumpers, 2 aerials, a boat with trailer, a special response trailer, and 2 utility vehicles. The city enjoys the benefit of having a fire department that is staffed 24 hours a day, which allows a quicker response to fire calls and other emergencies.
Station Locations: 15 E. State St. & Vienna Ave
Administration Hours: 8 AM- 4 PM
Phone #: (330)544-9022 or (330)544-9018
NON-EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY PLEASE
Fax #: (330) 544-1695
PLEASE CALL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES!!!
Niles Utilities consist of Light, Water, and Sewer departments. Our billing department handles billing for all three services. We have approximately 13,000 customers living inside the City of Niles, as well as various areas outside Niles City Limits. These services extend to commercial and Industrial areas, as well as residential.
For Billing information. Please see our Billing page HERE.
Reports from Niles Police Department will readily be available here.
The Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) will begin collecting municipal income tax for the City of Niles effective January 1, 2018. All city of Niles tax payments and tax forms after January 1, 2018 are to be sent to RITA. RITA: Regional Income Tax Agency Website: https://www.ritaohio.com/
LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS/REQUEST FOR PRO POSAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PRO GRAM CITY OF NILES, OHIO The City of Niles is accepting Statements of Qualifications and Proposals from qualified consultants to provide a range of services related to the implementation of the City of Niles Community Development Block Grant Program including the Community …