Flagler County Fire Rescue

Flagler County Fire Rescue is responsible for the protection of life and property of both residents and visitors through structural fire protection, wild land firefighting, and specialty rescue such as vehicle extrication. It provides advanced life support paramedical services to the entire county, which spans 571 square miles. Fire Rescue is held accountable to industry standards set forth by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH), as well as local, state and federal administrative codes,  state statutes and laws, and the Insurance Service Organization (ISO).

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Flagler County Fire Stations
Station 31 • Korona • Volunteer • 5821 South U.S. 1, Bunnell • Phone 386-437-7471  
Station 41 • Hammock • Full-time Fire Rescue • 5593 North Oceanshore Boulevard, Palm Coast • 386-446-6766
Station 51 • Espanola • Full-time Fire Rescue • 3055 County Road 13, Bunnell • 386-437-7285
Station 71 • St. Johns Park • Full-time Fire Rescue • 89 East County Road 2006, Bunnell • 386-437-7393
Station 81 • Rima Ridge • Volunteer • 500 Rodeo Road, Ormond Beach • 386-673-2120
Station 92 • Airport • Full-time Fire Rescue • 130 Airport Road, Bunnell • 386-437-7445

Shared Fire Stations
Station 11 • Flagler Beach • County Rescue • 320 South Flagler Avenue • 386-517-2033
Station 16 • Ormond Beach • Flagler County Fire Rescue/V.C. Station • 3935 Old Dixie Highway • 386-615-6022
Station 21 • Palm Coast • County Rescue • 4751 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast • 386-986-2302
Station 22 • Palm Coast • County Rescue • 307 Palm Coast Parkway, Palm Coast • 386-986-2316