Broadview Heights must join regional dispatch center, under Cuyahoga County agreement | cleveland.comBROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio – The city must join a regional emergency dispatch center by the end of 2016, under a new agreement with Cuyahoga County.
In exchange, the county will give Broadview Heights $525,000. The city will use at least part of the money to restore a municipally owned site where the county started building a regional emergency operations center about 18 months ago. The county later cancelled the center project.
Also, the county will provide 34 mobile radios for emergency vehicles in Broadview Heights and Seven Hills. Broadview Heights provides emergency dispatch service to Seven Hills.