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.
St. Johns County Fire Rescue’s largest section is the Operations Section. The Operations Section serves the residents and visitors of St. Johns County 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, by responding to all calls for service covering 608 square miles of St. Johns County, Florida.About Fire Rescue
Information about field inspections, fire code compliance, public education activities, residential, business owner, and contractor information, investigations, permits & forms, inspection checklists & guidelines, grills & Fire Code requirements, insurance ratings, CPR, Fire Code, scheduling / permitting a controlled burn.Fire Prevention
St. Johns County Marine Rescue is a part of St. Johns County Fire Rescue (SJCFR). The Marine Rescue Section is recognized as an Advanced Certified Agency through the United States Lifesaving Association (USLA). St. Johns County Fire Rescue and Marine Rescue provides technical water rescue and lifeguard services to the entire 42 ocean front miles, as well as the 216 square miles of inland waterways within St. Johns County.Marine Rescue
St. Johns County Fire Rescue offers many educational opportunities to the residents and visitors of the community. SJCFR offers American Heart Association CPR/AED and Basic First Aid classes, BLS for Healthcare Providers and ACLS classes. Other classes that are offered are Community “Stop the Bleed” classes and free one hour “Hands Only CPR” non-certified classes. In addition, SJCFR offers fire extinguisher and fire prevention classes.Fire Prevention Public Education