SJC Fire Rescue

St. Johns County Fire Rescue


Interim Fire Rescue Chief R. Scott Bullard Interim Fire Rescue Chief R. Scott Bullard was announced as the interim Fire Rescue Chief after the retirement of Fire Rescue Chief Jeffrey A. Prevatt. Interim Fire Rescue Chief Bullard is a 21-year St. Johns County Fire Rescue veteran who has served the department in various operational ranks, including firefighter, engineer, lieutenant, captain, and battalion chief.

“Serving the people of St. Johns County has been one of the greatest honors of my life. I’m looking forward to continuing that service as the Interim Fire Rescue Chief and leading the best fire department in Florida and the nation,” he said.

Interim Fire Rescue Chief Bullard was selected as the 2013 Fire Rescue Paramedic of the Year and has been instrumental in developing several department initiatives, such as the Firefighter Development Program and the Live Fire Instructor Training Program.

Commissioners Approve $500,000 to Provide Mental Health Support for Fire Rescue Personnel – During the Oct. 4, 2022, regular Board of County Commissioners meeting, commissioners unanimously approved an allocation of $500,000 from the Fire District Rescue Reserve to provide mental health support for members of St. Johns County Fire Rescue. Fire Rescue Mental Health Support Full Press Release

Fire Rescue

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

Fire Prevention

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

Marine Rescue

Since 1933, St. Johns County has been providing superior lifesaving services on the county's beaches to residents and visitors alike. Today, St. Johns County Marine Rescue is a part of St. Johns County Fire and Rescue Department. The Marine Rescue Section is an Advanced Certified Agency through the United States Lifesaving Association. Marine Rescue

Public Education

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. Public Education


Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some of your most common questions covering issues including how to get incident reports, how to obtain fire station information for my insurance company, do you need a permit to burn yard waste, where to send insurance information for ambulance transport and much more. Of course, if you don't find an answer to your question, we're happy to assist. Fire Rescue Contact information. Business & Residents / Bill Pay, Reports, and Insurance

We are proud of our organization and our personnel, recognizing the value each employee brings to this department. We are committed to a diverse department of qualified and motivated firefighters ready to accept the challenges of one of the most rewarding professions we know. Employment

St. Johns County Fire Rescue

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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.