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    Upcoming Events
    Budget Workshop
    Jul 05, 2018
    27701 Bonita Grande Dr., Bonita Springs, FL 34135
    Monthly Commissioner Meetings
    Jul 09, 2018
    27701 Bonita Grande Dr. Bonita Springs, FL 34135 239-949-6200
    Monthly Commissioner Meetings
    Aug 13, 2018
    27701 Bonita Grande Dr. Bonita Springs, FL 34135 239-949-6200
    Budget Workshop
    Aug 23, 2018
    27701 Bonita Grande Dr., Bonita Springs, FL 34135
    Monthly Commissioner Meetings
    Sep 10, 2018
    27701 Bonita Grande Dr. Bonita Springs, FL 34135 239-949-6200
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    • BOARD MEETINGS

      The next regular meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners will be held at 5:00 PM on Monday, July 9, 2018 at Station Four, located at 27701 Bonita Grande Drive.  This is a public meeting and community attendance is encouraged.  Agendas are published at least 7 days prior to each meeting and can be found under the Board Meetings tab of the Main Menu.

      All regular public board meetings for 2018 have been scheduled; click here to view them.

      ***Meeting dates revised May 3, 2018***


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      Request for Proposals - 2018

      TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District (the "District") hereby requests proposals from qualified individuals or companies for exterminating and pest control services, lawn maintenance services, and arboriculture services for fire stations the District operates in the Bonita Springs area.
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      Download: Lawn Maintenance RFP Package 2018.pdf , Pest Control RFP Package 2018.pdf , Arboriculture RFP Package 2018.pdf , RFP Exhibits.pdf

      ISO Rating 2!

      Helping You Reduce Your Insurance Costs! The Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rates fire districts on a 1-10 rating scale, with 1 being the best score a fire district could receive. ISO rated the Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District an ISO Rating of 2! Putting your fire district among the top 2% in the Nation.
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      Connect with us on Facebook

      Connect with us on Facebook for the most up-to-date information on events and seasonal safety topics.

      Annual Report 2017

      The District's Annual Report provides information on call volume by year, monthly response profiles, station response profiles, property value saved and lost, training overview and highlights, fire prevention overview and income, and community education and outreach.
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      In Florida, each season poses a different danger! Whether it's wild fire season, hurricane season, tornado season, or the threat of everyday emergencies, we should always be prepared for the worst.

      Create a plan, safe-guard your home, and follow the quick tips below to prepare your family no matter what the season or day may bring!

      Evacuation, are you prepared to leave NOW? Wildfire Safety

      Prepare for hazardous weather: Tornado and Hurricane Safety

      All-Hazards Radio Information for Emergencies in Your Area

      Stop the drowning epidemic: Pool and Water Safety

      Unintentional deaths from kids in hot cars: Vehicular Hyperthermia

      Beat the Heat: Hyperthermia Safety for Older Adults

      Do you know what to do when a fire occurs in your home?: Smoke Alarm & Home Fire Escape Plans

      Keep the Sparks in the Sky this Fourth of July: Firework Safety

      Safety should never take a holiday: Holiday Safety

      Be safe while going back to school: School Safety

      Keep your children safer while you're away: Sitter Safety

      Get the car seat know-how you need to know now: Child Passenger Safety

      The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District implemented significant change and initiated positive momentum concerning the growing demands for the protection of the lives and property of our citizens. The key focus was on infrastructure changes to meet the growth of our community. The Fire District experienced a 12.3% increase in call volume while lowering the tax rate for the year to a millage rate of 2.33 per 1,000 in taxable value.

      The District employed a third party consulting company to provide a facilities and operational report. The report validated our current operational strategy, staffing, and station locations. The report suggested that our system of service delivery and management are of the highest order of efficiencies. These efficiencies were taxed to maximum capacity in response to Hurricane Irma.

      Consequently, the 2017 economy offered the Fire District the opportunity to shore up the current infrastructure and implement growth. These goals were accomplished by placing into service, a new ladder truck and a mini pumper for two new fire stations.

      The Fire Board approved the construction of Station 26, which was completed and staffed, and is currently responding to emergencies. This fire station will provide much needed fire-rescue emergency response to the residents and visitors in the area.

      Additionally, Station 27, located on Little Hickory Island, is operational and responding to emergencies. Three firefighter-paramedics respond in a mini-pumper to all fire and EMS incidents to the isolated coastal area of the District. Station 27 includes dock space for our rescue boat, which dramatically reduces our water rescue response times. 

      Once again, we look forward to continuing progress with the perpetual focus of achieving excellence in the upcoming year. The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District will continue to seek the most efficient and effective method of providing emergency response to keep the citizens and visitors of Bonita Springs safe.

      In Your Service,                                                                                                                                                                                                         Joseph V. Daigle, Fire Chief

      In Florida, each season poses a different danger! Whether it's wild fire season, hurricane season, tornado season, or the threat of everyday emergencies, we should always be prepared for the worst.

      Create a plan, safe-guard your home, and follow the quick tips below to prepare your family no matter what the season or day may bring!

      Evacuation, are you prepared to leave NOW? Wildfire Safety

      Prepare for hazardous weather: Tornado and Hurricane Safety

      All-Hazards Radio Information for Emergencies in Your Area

      Stop the drowning epidemic: Pool and Water Safety

      Unintentional deaths from kids in hot cars: Vehicular Hyperthermia

      Beat the Heat: Hyperthermia Safety for Older Adults

      Do you know what to do when a fire occurs in your home?: Smoke Alarm & Home Fire Escape Plans

      Keep the Sparks in the Sky this Fourth of July: Firework Safety

      Safety should never take a holiday: Holiday Safety

      Be safe while going back to school: School Safety

      Keep your children safer while you're away: Sitter Safety

      Get the car seat know-how you need to know now: Child Passenger Safety

      The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District implemented significant change and initiated positive momentum concerning the growing demands for the protection of the lives and property of our citizens. The key focus was on infrastructure changes to meet the growth of our community. The Fire District experienced a 12.3% increase in call volume while lowering the tax rate for the year to a millage rate of 2.33 per 1,000 in taxable value.

      The District employed a third party consulting company to provide a facilities and operational report. The report validated our current operational strategy, staffing, and station locations. The report suggested that our system of service delivery and management are of the highest order of efficiencies. These efficiencies were taxed to maximum capacity in response to Hurricane Irma.

      Consequently, the 2017 economy offered the Fire District the opportunity to shore up the current infrastructure and implement growth. These goals were accomplished by placing into service, a new ladder truck and a mini pumper for two new fire stations.

      The Fire Board approved the construction of Station 26, which was completed and staffed, and is currently responding to emergencies. This fire station will provide much needed fire-rescue emergency response to the residents and visitors in the area.

      Additionally, Station 27, located on Little Hickory Island, is operational and responding to emergencies. Three firefighter-paramedics respond in a mini-pumper to all fire and EMS incidents to the isolated coastal area of the District. Station 27 includes dock space for our rescue boat, which dramatically reduces our water rescue response times. 

      Once again, we look forward to continuing progress with the perpetual focus of achieving excellence in the upcoming year. The Bonita Springs Fire Control and Rescue District will continue to seek the most efficient and effective method of providing emergency response to keep the citizens and visitors of Bonita Springs safe.

      In Your Service,                                                                                                                                                                                                         Joseph V. Daigle, Fire Chief


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