Fire Department

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The mission of Pinellas Park Fire Department is to protect the public by reducing or preventing personal injury or property damage due to fire, medical emergency, disaster or other life hazard by providing public education, incident prevention and emergency response services.

The Fire Department is organized into three divisions:
Operations, Fire Prevention, and Administrative Services.

Operations:  Suppression, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Training, and vehicle and equipment maintenance.
Fire Prevention: Code compliance, plan review, public fire safety education, fire investigation, and emergency management.
Administrative Services: Budget, purchasing, facilities, maintenance, communications, records and reports.

  • Over the past 6 months, Pinellas Park Fire Department provided and  installed over 500 of the new "10-year" smoke alarms FREE to our citizens. These alarms were purchased with a generous grant from Firehouse Subs.  Due to the success of this program, our smoke alarm supply has been depleted and we are unable to provide this valuable service to our citizens at this time.   We are in the process of seeking additional grant funding to replenish our inventory so that we can continue the program. 

    Until then, we advise you not to wait, but to go ahead and purchase and install smoke alarms in your homes. You can find the 10-year nonremoveable battery powered alarms at home stores and other retail outlets.  This message will be updated as soon as we have acquired a grant and resumed our smoke alarm program.  


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