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The Islamorada Fire Rescue Department is a combination career and volunteer organization operating from three (3) fire stations; station #19 Lower Matecumbe, station #20 Upper Matecumbe and station #21 Plantation Key. The department response vehicles include two (2) pumpers, one (1) 3000 gallon tanker, (1) 75’ ladder truck and three (3) rescue/ambulances and one (1) reserve rescue. There are eight (8) full time firefighter/EMS employees on duty, providing Emergency Medical Service, Rescue and Fire Suppression working a 24/48-hour shift. The Department also has 20 highly dedicated and trained volunteer firefighters that respond to fire and rescue incidents along side of the career firefighters.
The department is statutorily charged with Fire Prevention duties of fire safety plan review and inspections of commercial and multi-family occupancies. Emergency Management responsibilities include planning, preparedness, response and mitigation for man-made or natural disasters. The department also administers and manages a comprehensive training program and provides the community with public education on fire prevention and disaster planning and preparedness as well as provides mutual aid assistance to those agencies in need.
We have an Insurance Service Offices (ISO) rating of 4. In calendar year 2012 the Fire Rescue Department responded to 1251 alarms of which 79% were medical in nature.
ISLAMORADA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT FOUNDER HONORED
Islamorada Fire Rescue Station #20 has been officially named Bernard Russell Station. By resolution of Village Council the founder of Islamorada Fire Rescue was honored by naming Station #20 the Bernard Russell Fire Station. Click here for more
Islamorada Fire Rescue
Assistant Fire Chief – Jason Lyman
Captain of Training – Tom Strobel
Shift Captain - Rob Burley
Shift Captain – Geo Toth
Shift Captain – Robert Young
Lieutenant – Glenn Taylor
Lieutenant – Steve Buzzell, Sr.
Safety Officer – Jean Delgado
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FEMA Independent Study – click here
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Holiday Fire Safety: Islamorada Fire Rescue urges everyone to be fire safe during the holidays: click here for more information
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Village of Islamorada Fire Rescue Video Broadcasts
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