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Since mid-2015, Zika virus has spread rapidly throughout South and Central America and the Caribbean, including U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In July 2016, Florida became the first U.S. state to report local mosquito-borne transmission of the Zika virus. Learn more about protecting yourself from Zika here.

Two Fire Inspectors and Four Lieutenants were sworn in during last nights regular board meeting.

Installing hurricane shutters can be time-consuming and difficult, so many residents leave some or all of them up year round or for the reminder of hurricane season after the initial storm has passed. While this might save some time and effort, it is not worth the threat it creates to your life safety.

Serving you in all aspects of fire protection.
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San Carlos Park Fire District is responsible for the fire and life safety education for every member of our community from the very young to senior citizens and everyone in between.  SCPFD offers over 23 Fire and Life Safety Education programs to those who live and work in our community. SCPFD has a true commitment to fire and injury prevention with over 20,000 individuals receiving knowledge and skill based training a year.

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San Carlos Park Fire District responds to over 3,000 incidents a year including Good Intent, Hazardous Condition, Service Call, Wildland Fire, EMS, as well as  Commercial and Residential Fire Alarms.  Each of our apparatus is fully equipped for Advanced Life Support and staffed with at least one credentialed paramedic at all times enabling us to maintain a exceptional level of Advanced Life Support.

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The San Carlos Park Fire District leads the way into fire safety through close and critical inspections of all occupancies within our jurisdiction, new and existing alike. We are committed to serving the people of the SCPFD through leadership in life safety, inspection, investigation, code  enforcement, and code management.  SCPFD has a true commitment to protecting the more than 38,000 people in our community each day through fire prevention and life safety.