13,882

Medical Calls

1,089

Fires

4,371

Public Assists

146

Responders

Escambia County Fire Rescue Stations and Staffing

There are 22 (were 23) fire stations that cover all of Escambia County.  Fifteen of those stations are staffed with career personnel, thirteen of them are covered 24 hours a day and two of them are covered Monday – Friday from 7am to 4pm.  ALS is Advanced Life Support and means those stations normally have a paramedic on the fire apparatus.  (Career stations are listed in red, combination houses are listed in blue, and all volunteer houses are listed in black.)

Station 1 – Bellview 24/7 with three personnel (was four), combination house

Station 2 – Beulah Monday through Friday 7a-4p with three personnel, combination house

Station 3 – Brent 24/7 with four personnel, Special Operations station

Station 4 – Cantonment 24/7 with three (was four), ALS, and Hazardous Materials station

Station 5 – Century Monday through Friday 7a-4p with three personnel (was four), combination house

Station 6 – Ensley 24/7 with three personnel (was four), Battalion Chief, and Hazardous Materials station

Station 7 – Ferry Pass 24/7 with three(was four), combination house

Station 8 – Innerarity Point 24/7 with three personnel (was four), ALS

Station 9 – McDavid volunteer house

Station 11 – Myrtle Grove 24/7 with three personnel, combination house

Station 12 – Osceola with three personnel, Battalion Chief, and only mainland career ladder, Special Operations station

Station 13 – Pensacola Beach with four personnel (currently six due to bridge failure), island ladder, and ALS

Station 14 – Pleasant Grove with three personnel, and ALS

Station 15 – Walnut Hill volunteer house

Station 16 – Warrington 24/7 with three personnel

Station 17 – West Pensacola 24/7 with three personnel (was four)

Station 18 – Molino volunteer house

Station 19 – Perdido Key 24/7 with four personnel, island ladder, and ALS

Station 20 – Paradise Beach CLOSED

Station 21 – Second station for Molino

Station 22 – Second station for Century

Station 23 – Second station for Walnut Hill

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Thank you for always being there for your community Firefighters, you guys ROCK!!!

Great job guys

Thank You!

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Yesterday evening, multiple crews were dispatched to the recycling center at the Beulah Landfill. After hours of hard work in the July summer, the fire was under control and no injuries reported.

During the fire, Commissioner Bender contacted the command staff and advised he was buying dinner for all on scene companies. After being released and while returning to their stations, crews met with Battalion 3 and Commissioner Bender for a hot meal from Sonny's Bar-B-Q!

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Yesterday evening, multiple crews were dispatched to the recycling center at the Beulah Landfill. After hours of hard work in the July summer, the fire was under control and no injuries reported. 

During the fire, Commissioner Bender contacted the command staff and advised he was buying dinner for all on scene companies. After being released and while returning to their stations, crews met with Battalion 3 and Commissioner Bender for a hot meal from Sonnys Bar-B-Q! 

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I have not spoke to him since an email he sent me right before he became chair but he told me that one of his goals as chair is to fix the issues with fire. Though I have not seen anything brought fourth I have seen his foot print on what he stated in his email. If not for one issue it feels good for some one to keep their word .

So nice of the Commissioner to treat the men, I'm sure he is doing a lot for his men that people are not aware of.

Commissioner Bender needs to work on pay raises. Another fireman left this week to go to Milton for more money!!

I'm sure they would enjoy a pay raise in place of a dinner from Sonny's for crying out loud, you can't just buy them off with a meal.....come on

So many wonderful and dedicated men doing such a great job protecting our county. Thank you again for an incredible job.

Great !!!

Awesome gesture! ❤️

Love you guys! ❤️

Haley Lanier Crabb

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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

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Local 4131 is home to 146 members of Escambia County Fire Rescue (ECFR) located in Pensacola, Florida.

Escambia County covers 662 square miles and is the Western most County in Florida.  A resident population of nearly 400,000 people with an average annual tourist load of over 4,000,000 people. ECFR runs nearly 17,000 calls a year and provides everything from fire suppression to ocean rescue and non-transport ALS.