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Fire Services History

 Fire District One
 Collier Fire District One was created in the early 1970’s to provide a means for acquiring revenue for fire protection of the unincorporated areas of Collier County. The district boundaries once stretched from the Lee County line south to the corner of Rattlesnake Hammock Road and U.S. 41 and east to the Hendry, Broward, and Dade County lines. As the Fire Districts in Collier County incorporated and land was developed and portions of Fire District One were gradually annexed. Today, Fire District One is an area that mostly covers the protected lands of the Picayune State Forest, Collier Seminole State Park, The Fakahatchee Preserve, Florida Panther Preserve, and the Big Cypress National Preserve. Fire District One services are presently provided by contract with the Greater Naples Fire District and the Ochopee Fire Control District.
 Goodland Fire District
Goodland-Horr’s Island Fire Protection District was created to provide funding for fire protection services to the Goodland community. Fire protection services were originally contracted to the Marco Island Fire Control District. After the incorporation of the City of Marco Island the services were then contracted to with the City. The Horr’s Island area was annexed by the City of Marco Island leaving the area of Goodland for contract services. Today, Goodland receives it fire protection and inspection services the City of Marco Island Fire Department.
 Isles of Capri Fire/Rescue

On October 1, 2015 the Collier County Board Of Commissioners entered into an Interlocal agreement with the Greater Naples Fire Rescue for the management of the Isles of Capri Fire and Rescue MSTU. All Isles of Capri personnel were hired by Greater Naples Fire Rescue and service continues uninterrupted with no change in delivery. Station 90 has continued to be manned with three personnel from Greater Naples Fire Rescue and two personnel from Collier County EMS.

For information on the Greater Naples Fire Rescue District click on the following web browser: http://www.greaternaplesfire.org
For information on fire inspections or to request a fire inspection click on the following web browser: http://www.greaternaplesfire.org/schedule-inspection.html

 Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District

 The Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District covers approximately 1,100 square miles. The district is the largest in Florida, serving ll points along the U.S. 41 corridor from State Route 92 to the Dade County line. The district also serves the remote parts of southern Collier County, from Big Cypress National Preserve to Interstate 75, including I-75 to the Broward County line.

The Ochopee Fire Rescue District works in conjunction with state and federal agencies including Big Cypress National Preserve, Everglades National Park, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Florida Panther Group, Fakahatchee State Preserve, Collier Seminole State Preserve and the Picayune State Forest managed by the Division of Forestry.

Staffing consists of the chief, deputy chief of operations, administrative assistant, 21 full-time, three part-time firefighters and six volunteers. The district runs approximately 850 calls per year. The department consists of fire suppression, heavy rescue, AED equipped BLS medical services, education, marine operations, airport operations as well as wildland response to all parts of the district.

Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District runs two engine companies, one heavy rescue, two water tenders, one marine unit, two quick attacks, one support unit and two command vehicles. The Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District covers approximately 1,100 square miles. The district is the largest in Florida, serving ll points along the U.S. 41 corridor from State Route 92 to the Dade County line. The district also serves the remote parts of southern Collier County, from Big Cypress National Preserve to Interstate 75, including I-75 to the Broward County line.

The Ochopee Fire Rescue District works in conjunction with state and federal agencies including Big Cypress National Preserve, Everglades National Park, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Florida Panther Group, Fakahatchee State Preserve, Collier Seminole State Preserve and the Picayune State Forest managed by the Division of Forestry.

Staffing consists of the chief, deputy chief of operations, administrative assistant, 21 full-time, three part-time firefighters and six volunteers. The district runs approximately 850 calls per year. The department consists of fire suppression, heavy rescue, AED equipped BLS medical services, education, marine operations, airport operations as well as wildland response to all parts of the district.

Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District runs two engine companies, one heavy rescue, two water tenders, one marine unit, two quick attacks, one support unit and two command vehicles.

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 ADDRESSES:

Goodland Fire District
50 Bald Eagle Drive.
Marco Island, FL  34145

 Ochopee Fire Control and Rescue District
 201 Buckner Avenue
 Ochopee, FL 34139 
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 Phone: (239) 695-4114
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 Isles of Capri Fire/Rescue MSTU
 175 Capri Boulevard
 Naples, FL 34113
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 Phone: (239) 394-8770