Announcements, News & Events
SJCFR Achieves ISO Rate Reduction – As of October 1, 2015, St. Johns County residents who reside within five road miles of a fire station and within 1000ft of a fire hydrant will now receive a class “3” Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating. With this new rating now in effect, SJCFR encourages residents to make contact with their insurance company to see of a rate reduction will apply to your policy based on the new classification. ISO Rate Reduction
SJCFR Offers Free Smoke Alarms & Home Safety Visits – St. Johns County Fire Rescue Expands Public Outreach Program to Help Residents with Smoke Alarms and Promoting Safety.
2014 Annual Report – Read Chief Carl Shank's 2014 Annual Report
St. Johns County Fire Rescue Division
About Fire Rescue – Information about our division, our history, goals, core values, how we are organized and galleries showing Fire Rescue personnel in training and in the field.
FAQs – 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.
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, Fire Code, scheduling / permitting a controlled burn.
Marine Rescue – Since 1933 St. Johns County has been providing superior lifesaving services on the county's beaches to residents and visitors alike. The Marine Rescue Section is an Advanced Certified Agency through the United States Lifesaving Association and is home to the the Lifeguard and Junior Lifeguard programs.
ACLS & CPR Training – If more people had CPR training, the number of individuals who die from sudden cardiac arrest could be dramatically reduced. Since the odds of surviving cardiac arrest drop 7 to 10 percent every minute without CPR, resuscitation has a big impact on survival. St. Johns County Fire Rescue is pleased to offer this valuable learning opportunity to our residents
Employment – Our department encompasses over 608 square miles, responding to more than 19,000 calls each year for service. 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.