The North Port Fire Rescue District is a career, all-hazards response agency providing fire suppression, emergency medical response with advanced life support capabilities, technical rescue, robust fire prevention services, and emergency management to include mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery for significant incidents. The district provides emergency services to North Port and to unincorporated portions of Sarasota and Charlotte counties utilizing interlocal and mutual aid agreements.
Provide Exceptional Public Safety Services in a Safe, Compassionate and Professional Manner
Whether you dial 9-1-1 for a fire or other emergency or visit one of our six fire stations to meet your firefighters and paramedics, North Port Fire Rescue personnel will conduct themselves in a professional, sensitive and service-driven manner. All line personnel are highly-trained Florida state-certified firefighters and emergency medical technicians or paramedics. Our Emergency Services Division also maintains the state-certified Technical Rescue Team (TRT), a mass casualty incident trailer and an utility-terrain vehicle outfitted for patient transport and wildland firefighting.
Training, Safety and Health
The Training, Safety and Health Division is a critical component of the department. North Port Fire Rescue personnel are highly trained, equipped and operate in a safe and efficient manner. Routine refresher training is provided, and all members sustain comprehensive annual physicals.
The Emergency Management Division ensures City government, as well as residents and businesses, are prepared for any hazard for which we are at risk. Additionally, Emergency Management maintains the City’s Emergency Operations Center for emergencies and disasters which requires support from all departments of City government. The North Port Community Emergency Response Team is supported by Emergency Management through organizational guidance, resource support and mission assignment during emergencies.
The Fire Prevention Division provides fire inspection services during building construction and annual re-inspections to ensure compliance with the State Fire Prevention Code. Outreach to the community served allows personalized service. Smoke alarm checks, station visits and fire safety presentations comprise a portion of the services provided.
Administrative Services provides full support to the department through budgeting, fiscal and property accounting, reception services and facility maintenance.
Safe Places and Safe Havens
North Port Fire Rescue fire stations are designated as "Safe Places." Safe Place is the first step to help for any youth in crisis or at risk. This community collaboration program, operated by youth shelters or youth serving agencies make it possible for any youth to access help at locations including fast food restaurants, convenience stores, fire stations, libraries and city buses which display the Safe Place sign. Youth can easily find help at Safe Place sites in their own neighborhood whenever they need it. Safe Place connects youth to immediate help and safety and offers supportive services to both youth and their families.View more information on the National Safe Place website.
North Port Fire Rescue fire stations are also designated as "Safe Havens for Newborns." The Safe haven law is a safety net for both the mother and the newborn infant. Instead of abandoning a newborn to an almost sure death, it allows mothers, fathers or whoever is in possession of an unharmed newborn, approximately seven days old or less, to leave them at a Safe Haven facility: Any Hospital, Staffed 24/7 Fire Rescue Station, or Staffed 24/7 Emergency Medical Service Station, with no questions asked, totally anonymous, free from fear of prosecution. View more information on the A Safe Haven For Newborns website.
2022 Annual Report
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North Port Fire Rescue
4980 City Center Boulevard
North Port, FL 34286
(941) 240-8150 Office
(941) 240-8182 Fax