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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This is why we do fire drills at school. This is why we need a full crew. This is why we train as hard as we can. ... See MoreSee Less

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Before I was but an awful tragedy.thank you for staying on top of training &sacrificing daily to keep us safe .👏👏👏

Update from South Walton. Continued prayers for this young man.After receiving an outpouring of support from our community, we’d like to take the time to provide further information on the South Walton Fire District firefighter who was severely injured Monday while rendering aid to a person involved in a motor vehicle accident.

Noah Collins, a South Walton Fire District Firefighter/EMT, has been hospitalized for the past several days as he recovers from traumatic head and leg injuries. Firefighter Collins underwent multiple surgeries and remains in serious, but stable condition in a local intensive care unit. The severity and long-term prognosis of Noah’s injuries remain uncertain, but within 48 hours of the accident, Noah has been slowly showing signs of improvement. This is absolutely worth celebrating, but we aren’t “out of the woods” just yet.

Please keep the prayers and support coming! We’d like to thank the members of Fort Walton Beach Professional Firefighters Local 2601, and Chick-fil-A of Fort Walton Beach who brought meals to the hospital, and the numerous visitors who have stood by Noah and his family’s side.

For those of you who have asked how you can help the family, we ask for your patience as we evaluate what their needs will be when it comes to fundraising or other assistance. We will make that information available as soon as possible.

Thank you to our community for lifting Noah and the Collins family up during this difficult time. ❤

South Walton Professional Fire Fighters

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Update from South Walton. Continued prayers for this young man.

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Busy night for ECFR, plus another residential fire at the beginning of the shift for the south end trucks.

No injuries to civilians or firefighters.BREAKING ...

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Escambia County Fire Rescue is working a large fire in a commercial building at 118 Bayliss Court south of Brent Lane and Palafox. Fire officials say the fire extended the length of an entire city block from Bayliss to Lennox Parkway and broke out around 3:30 a.m. 11 engines and two ladder trucks responded.

A fire official on the scene says it's the 4th working fire this morning, including another one burning in a two-story apartment building in the Ferry Pass area on Johnson Avenue. ECFR spokesman Davis Wood tells us two apartments have been destroyed.

So far, there are no injuries reported in any of the fires.
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Busy night for ECFR, plus another residential fire at the beginning of the shift for the south end trucks. 

No injuries to civilians or firefighters.

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We sincerely appreciate the support of our Escambia Fire Family. Thank you.

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Best wishes to Firefighter Cody Brown as he pursues another opportunity for his family. FF Brown was assigned to the Brent station on Squad 3 as a member of the Special Operations Team. He has been serving the citizens of Escambia County since he got out of high school as a volunteer, then as part time, and eventually full time for the last 5 years. He has been awarded numerous medals for gallantry and bravery including his actions as part of the Spec. Ops. team at the bus crash on the interstate. He and the team rescued over 50 people from a ravine over the course of a few hours.

Thank you for all of your dedication to the citizens of Escambia County! We know you’ll do a great job in your next career also.
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Best wishes to Firefighter Cody Brown as he pursues another opportunity for his family. FF Brown was assigned to the Brent station on Squad 3 as a member of the Special Operations Team. He has been serving the citizens of Escambia County since he got out of high school as a volunteer, then as part time, and eventually full time for the last 5 years. He has been awarded numerous medals for gallantry and bravery including his actions as part of the Spec. Ops. team at the bus crash on the interstate. He and the team rescued over 50 people from a ravine over the course of a few hours. 

Thank you for all of your dedication to the citizens of Escambia County! We know you’ll do a great job in your next career also.Image attachmentImage attachment

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So proud of you Son❤

Thanks for all you have done in Escambia County. I wish you the very best

Thank you for your service and may your next endeavor be successful!

Thanks for all you've done and hope your new job is great.

Proud of your hard work and dedication! You will do great things!

So proud of you Cody❣️

Congrats Cody. Thank you for ALL you do...

Thank you for all you have done. Best of luck in your future endeavors

Thank you for all you have done and best wishes to you on your next adventure

Good luck in the next chapter!!!!

Congratulations!

Good luck in the next chapter of your career.

Thank you for your service sir ....God bless you from the founders of ESAR

Good luck Sir. Thanks for your service. Now, way too go ECBC.

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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.