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Fire and Rescue Ormond Beach, Florida

The Ormond Beach Fire Department is comprised of two divisions - Administration and Operations. The Administration is under the command of an Acting Fire Chief and a support staff of a Battalion Commander and an Office Manager. The Operations Division consists of 48 firefighters and three Battalion Commanders. This staff is housed in four strategically located fire stations across the community. Firefighters are cross-trained as paramedics/EMTs. The Ormond Beach Fire Department protects a 36-square mile area with the city limits of Ormond Beach. They also provide aid through a Closest Unit Response Agreement with neighboring cities and unincorporated areas of Volusia County.

Services provided by the Ormond Beach Fire Department:
Advanced Life Support (ALS) Emergency Medical Services
Disaster preparedness and response
Fire and life safety education
Fire protection
Hazardous materials response
Technical rescue

Emergency preparedness tips:

Tornadoes:
Designate the safest spot in your house in case of a tornado, which are often spawned by the outer rain bands of hurricanes. This is usually the basement of your home. If you do not have a basement, go to the room closest to the center of the building, away from any windows.

House Fires
Always maintain battery-powered smoke alarms in your home and check the batteries twice per year. It is suggested you check when the time changes in the spring and fall, as this is an easy way to remember to check them. Have an escape plan ready and a designated place to meet outside your home - make sure all family members are aware of this plan.

Hazardous Materials
Incidents with hazardous materials can occur rapidly with train derailments or leaks in business facilities. If you think there are dangerous fumes in your area, stay inside, shut your windows, turn off your AC unit, and listen for emergency notifications on the radio or television.

Fire Department Administrative Offices:
22 S. Beach St.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Ph: 386-676-3255
Fx: 386-676-3564

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