About North Collier Fire Control & Rescue District

ALL HAZARDS RESPONSE AGENCY

What does “All Hazards Response” mean? It means that we respond to thousands of calls beyond the scope of traditional medical and fire emergencies. The District’s All Hazards Response includes vehicular accidents; technical rescue including confined space, structural collapse, high angle and trench rescue; hazmat and CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense); dive and beach/marine rescue; natural gas and propane leaks and explosions; active shooter incidents; emergency management response and assistance during natural disasters and search and rescue.

Our Mission

To protect lives and property in an efficient, yet effective manner, while maintaining the utmost level of respect for one another and illustrating a high standard of ethics and dedication to the care of our customers.

Our Vision

Efficient, Effective and Quality Service Today and Tomorrow

OUR COMMITMENTS

TO OUR RESIDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY
We are committed to meeting the needs and expectations of our residents today and in the future, to develop innovative solutions to the service delivery challenges we encounter, and to provide rapid response delivered by dedicated and caring professionals.

TO OUR EMPLOYEES
We are committed to providing a working environment characterized by trust and respect, supportive of open and honest communication, and fostering professional growth, community involvement, and illustrating the highest ethical, moral and personal standards to incite public trust. View the District’s Code of Ethics Policy.

OUR MOTTO

Honor – Service – Pride

History

The North Collier Fire Control and Rescue District was formed on January 1, 2015, by the merger of two existing special independent fire districts – the North Naples Fire Control and Rescue District and the Big Corkscrew Island Fire Control and Rescue District.

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Board of Fire Commissioners

The business and affairs of the North Collier Fire Control and Rescue District are conducted and administered by a Board of Fire Commissioners elected by residents of the District. Fire Commissioners set policy, approve the annual budget, levy taxes and provide direction and guidance to staff.

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OUR SERVICE AREA

Total Square Miles

Annual Population (+30% in Season)

Stations

North Collier Fire & Rescue has 10 stations across Collier County as well as a few support facilities. View the map below to see where the stations are located or please click this link to visit the Stations page for more details.