Fire Rescue

Overview

The St. Johns County Fire Rescue Division encompasses the Fire Rescue, Fire Prevention and Marine Rescue Departments which provide a variety of essential safety services to our community. Learn more about our division, our history, goals, core values, and how we are organized.

Dedicated to the highest standards of professionalism in public safety and life-saving services with the commitment to serve, ability to perform and courage to act.

Announcements

2022 Fire Rescue Annual Report

2022 St. Johns County Fire Rescue Annual Report

The St. Johns County 2022 Fire Rescue Annual Report is now available for public review. The report outlines the services provided by the department as well as their efforts in responding to emergency situations last year. We thank you for your support and look forward to continuing to serve the community in the upcoming year. For questions or feedback about the report, please contact St. Johns County Fire Rescue’s Public Information Officer by email ghall@sjcfl.us.

St. Johns County Restructures Fire Rescue Administration

The St. Johns County Fire Rescue Department has been temporarily restructured as Fire Chief R. Scott Bullard has resigned. Bullard was named Fire Chief in May 2023 to replace Chief Jeffrey Prevatt, who retired in December 2022. Battalion Chief Sean McGee will serve as Acting Fire Chief. Deputy Chief Stephanie Whaley will serve as Acting Assistant Chief and Assistant Chief Jeremy Robshaw will serve as the department’s Communications Director/Public Information Officer. The temporary restructuring takes effect on Monday, Oct. 2, 2023.

Divisions

Fire Rescue Sections

Services

FAQs

How do I set up a fire-related educational program, visit a fire station, or arrange a school visit?
Do you give CPR and First Aid classes?
How do I pay for a building permit?
Who can inspect or install my child’s car seat?
Do I need a permit to burn yard trash?
How do I obtain fire station information for my insurance company?
What is the closest fire station and / or hydrant to my residence or business?
Can I plant trees or shrubs around the hydrant on my property?
The fire hydrant in front of my house leaks. Who should I contact?
Who do I contact for information about storage/disposal of paint, oil, or other hazardous materials?
My business fire alarm just went off. It is a false alarm. Who do I call to report this?