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~ Quick News ~

*St. Lucie County Alarm Permit Ordinance

*Employees - Use this link to access Target Solutions

* Recall: Kidde PI2000 Smoke Alarms: Kidde, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), is announcing a voluntary recall to replace certain Model PI2000 Smoke Alarm units manufactured between August 2008 and May 2009, that may not respond to smoke or push to test. Click here to visit their website to determine if you have one of these smoke alarms.

* 2015 Annual report

* St. Lucie County now has a Sharps Disposal Program. Click here for the informational flyer.

* Notice of Fire Board meeting dates for 2016

* Notice of Fire Board meeting dates for 2017

* Independent District Information

* Child Safety Seat Information

* Strategic Plan 2014 - 2018

* St. Lucie County's response to the Governor of Florida's Questionnaire regarding Executive Order Number 12-10 (Review of Special Districts).

* Yellow Dot Program The Fire District has teamed up with the SLC Health Department and the American Red Cross to implement the Yellow Dot Program. This program assists first responders with vital medical information if you should be in an accident and are unable to communicate. News Release

* St. Lucie County residents may be able to get lower home owners insurance. Bring this ISO Letter to your insurance company and ask.

* Know the law about yard trash fires

* Keep your children safe in your home. Death and injury are caused by furniture and TV's falling on kids. Please visit this website for more information and making your home safer.

* The Fire District no longer offers CPR classes. Please visit the following sites for more information on CPR: American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Indian River State College, Emergency Medical Consultants, or Community Health Certification

* What to Expect When You Call 911.

* Drowning Facts & Safety

* Read the letters we receive from St. Lucie County citizens about the St. Lucie County Fire District. (Adobe Reader required)

* The Fire District is offering Home Safety Inspections. Please call 772-621-3456 for more information, or see the news release.

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The St. Lucie County Fire District is an independent, county-wide special district which is governed by a seven member Fire Board, comprised of two commissioners from the City of Ft. Pierce, two councilmen from the City of Port St. Lucie, two St. Lucie County Commissioners, and an appointee by the Governor of the State of Florida.

Fire and emergency medical services in St. Lucie were consolidated into this independent special district, which eliminated the need and cost for managing multiple fire/EMS agencies.  Unlike typical fire departments, the St. Lucie County Fire District must also handle all support functions on its own.

The Fire District is the largest fire/EMS provider on the Treasure Coast and the fifth largest in the State of Florida. The Fire District operates 17 fire stations, which protect 271,000 residents and cover 614 square miles of St. Lucie County.  During 2011, the Fire District responded to over 38,600 emergency calls.

The Fire District adopted a streamlined 2009-2010 annual budget, which reflects a decrease of more than $1.9 Million from last year’s budget, while maintaining the ability to provide fire protection and emergency medical services to all St. Lucie County citizens and residents.

You can reach our Administration building from 8am until 4:30pm at:

5160 NW Milner Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34983


Photo courtesy of Paul Milett Photo Courtesy of Paul Millet, Palm Beach Post

SLCFD Mission Statement
Protect life and property by providing safe, efficient and quality emergency services, fire prevention, and education for our community.


St. Lucie County Fire District JOB-LINE: 772-621-FIRE (3473)


9/11 Memorial

Through the 9/11 Foundation, the St. Lucie County Fire District requested and received this World Trade Center steel, under an agreement that it would be publicly displayed as part of a greater memorial. Come see the display now at our Administration Building. 5160 NW Milner Drive. Port St. Lucie. It's off Midway Rd. Just west of the SLC Sheriff's Office. Our hours are Monday-Friday from 8am until 4:30pm.



After the Fire - a guide to salvaging your belongings after a house fire
Calendar of Events - St. Lucie County Fire District Events
ICE Program - ICE stands for In Case of Emergency. Learn how to ICE your cell phone.
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Local Weather and Drought Index
Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Lucie County - Make a Difference in the Life of a Child
National Safe Place
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Great Florida Fire School
St. Lucie County Health Department
Indian River State College
National Fire Protection Agency
First Book of the Treasure Coast - Provides new books to children in need
St. Lucie County Fire District Fire Fighter's Pension Plan
St. Lucie County Fire District General Employee's Pension Plan
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Florida Division of Forestry
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Updated on 01/12/2017 2:58 PM by Allison Roy