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The Orlando Fire Department offers station tours to educate citizens and keep Orlando safe.
The Orlando Fire Department offers fire safety demonstrations and more to educate Orlando residents and keep them safe.
The Orlando Fire Department offers two types of CPR training: a free Hands-Only CPR and AED class and a four-hour certified course.
The Orlando Fire Department installs free smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors for city homeowners to keep our residents safe.
The Orlando Fire Department offers teens and youth ages 14-20 the opportunity to participate in training and ride-alongs with firefighters while exploring a career in firefighting.
This free nine-day course will be offered to students enrolled in 10th – 12th grade and aims to foster relationships between the police and fire departments and youth in the community.
OFD Cares is a program that equips residents with the resources needed to prepare before and regroup after an unplanned emergency event.
Help give back to the community by becoming an Orlando Fire Department volunteer.
400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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