Brevard County Fire Rescue

Our mission is to meet and exceed the needs of our community through the highest level of emergency response and prevention services.

Brevard County Fire Rescue is committed to being recognized as "best in class," delivering the highest level of service to our residents and guests, today and every day.  This is accomplished through our enduring commitment to excellence, strong sense of self worth, and development of community partnerships.

Our department has a long-standing history of providing quality service and programs to the community. We stand committed to treating our residents and guests with professionalism, compassion and respect while their lives are in our hands.

Fire Rescue Station Map

Find Your Station

Map of Brevard County Fire Rescue station locations.

Firefighters performing emergency medical services on a person lying on the street.

Emergency Medical Services

Brevard County Fire Rescue's Emergency Medical Service system is ready to serve our community. Medical records requests, Pulse Point and Vial of Life.

Emergency Medical Services
A class of new firefighters being sworn in.

Fire Rescue Careers

Apply to be a firefighter or apply for a different position at Brevard County Fire Rescue.

Fire Rescue Jobs
3 lifeguards looking over the beach from a lifeguard tower.

Ocean Rescue Services

The lifeguard program has approximately 100 seasonal lifeguards, 14 full- time lifeguards and 3 full-time supervisors.

Ocean Rescue

A Message From the Fire Chief

Mark Schollmeyer

I want to welcome you to the Brevard County Fire Rescue website!  Please take the opportunity to scan through our various pages to learn more about our organization and how proud we are to serve you.

Brevard County Fire Rescue provides fire protection, emergency medical services, technical/specialized rescue, hazardous materials intervention, and ocean rescue services to the citizens and visitors of Brevard County.

Just 35 miles east of Orlando, Brevard County prides itself as the home of Kennedy Space Center, the birthplace of U.S. manned spaceflight; Port Canaveral, the second-busiest cruise port in the world; 72 miles of beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches; and the largest collection of endangered wildlife and plants in the continental United States. With its tropical weather, cultural activities, educational opportunities, active and passive recreation options, high-technology industries, and family-friendly atmosphere, the Space Coast offers an exceptional quality of life that residents and visitors enjoy year-round. More than 500,000 people call its 16 municipalities and unincorporated areas "home".

Mark Schollmeyer - Fire Chief