Gulf Breeze Volunteer Fire Department

313 Fairpoint Drive
Gulf Breeze, Florida

Mission Statement

Deliver the best possible service to our customers, the residents and visitors within the City and outlying areas where we provide pre-arranged mutual aid in a safe, courteous and timely manner when faced with the perils of fire, man-made disasters, or medical emergencies.

About the Department

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The Gulf Breeze Volunteer Department is comprised of twenty volunteer firefighters, serving a population of 6,189. In October 1955, the Gulf Breeze Volunteer Fire Department was incorporated as a “non-profit” organization. It was not until 1957, after several fund and membership drives, that the Fire Department was able to purchase their first fire truck. The fire truck with approximately 1000 feet of hose cost $13,5000. After purchasing the truck, there was the immediate problem of a place to keep it. The Fire Station, which is a concrete block structure, was built in 1957 and has been added to several times. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gilmore gave the department the deed to the property where the fire house stands. The current building size is approximately 5000 square feet; it houses four vehicles. A second concrete building, 24 feet wide by 65 feet long houses a 22 foot rescue boat and one vehicle.

Frequently Called Numbers

Area Code 850
Emergency 911
Office 934-5131
Fax 934-5132
Chief Shane Carmichael 934-5109

 

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