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An official fire report can be obtained at:
Haines City Fire Department138 N 11th StreetHaines City, FL, 33844
or a request may be e-mailed to HGorsline@HainesCity.com
There are two fire stations, a main station along with a substation.
138 N 11th StreetHaines City, FL 33844
503 Nilsen Rd
Haines City, FL 33844
Yes, we welcome visitors at anytime during business hours.
Unfortunately, the Haines City Fire Department does not refill fire extinguishers. It is recommended that you contact a commercial fire extinguisher company for recharging. A listing of commercial fire extinguisher companies can be found in the local phone directory under fire extinguishers/equipment. Many household fire extinguishers cannot be recharged and must be discarded after use. An annual inspection of the expiration date is encouraged to ensure that the manufacturer date has not expired.
No, we are unable to dispose of any medical needles properly. You would need to take them to the nearest health department.
If you are wanting to burn, please contact the fire department.at 863-421-3611. Our fire inspector will come to your location to do an inspection of what you are burning along with placement of burn pile. If everything is up to code he will then issue a burn permit.
As of right now, the fire department does not offer CPR classes. Our Parks & Recreation Department does offer them throughout the year. Feel free to contact them at 863-421-3700.
Buy a smoke alarm at any hardware or discount store. It’s inexpensive protection for you and your family. Install a smoke alarm on every level of your home. A working smoke alarm can double your chances of survival. Test it monthly, keep it free of dust and replace the battery every 6 months. Smoke alarms themselves should be replaced after ten years of service, or as recommended by the manufacturer.
The smoke alarm will chirp when it’s time to replace the battery. We encourage residents to change the smoke alarm battery when they change their clocks for daylight saving time in the spring and fall each year.