WATCH: 2019 Marks the 50th Anniversary of Palm Bay Fire Rescue

By  //  April 21, 2019

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brave men and women of the Palm Bay Fire Department are on-call 24/7

WATCH: This year marks the 50th anniversary of Palm Bay Fire Rescue. The brave men and women of the Fire Department are on-call 24/7 to protect the people and property of the City of Palm Bay. (PBFD video)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – This year marks the 50th anniversary of Palm Bay Fire Rescue. The brave men and women of the Fire Department are on-call 24/7 to protect the people and property of the City of Palm Bay.

Palm Bay Fire Rescue consists of six fire stations that cover the City 24/7 with fire and medical services. However, a station may not be staffed at all times due to emergency responses and assignments.

Daily Staffing at the Fire Stations

Station 1 (current location opened in October of 2012 / Palm Bay Rd location opened in 1967)
1201 Port Malabar Blvd., NE

District Chief – (1) Personnel
ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
Ladder Company – (4) Personnel
Safety Officer

Station 2 (opened in 1982)
150 Malabar Road, SE

District Chief – (1) Personnel
ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
Squad – (2) Personnel

Station 3 (opened in 1997)
790 Jupiter Blvd., NE

ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel

Station 4 (opened in 1990)
1200 San Filippo Drive, SE

ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
4000 Gallon Tender – (1) Personnel

Station 5 (opened in 1998) **Station 5 is temporarily closed while we search for ways to replace it.
37 San Filippo Drive, SE

ALS Engine Company – (5) Personnel

Station 6 (opened in February 2014)
2051 DeGroodt Road, SW

ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Palm Bay Fire Rescue. The brave men and women of the Fire Department are on-call 24/7 to protect the people and property of the City of Palm Bay.

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