Volusia County Fire Rescue

Volusia County does not currently have a burn ban in effect

One team one mission:  To protect life, property and the environment through efficient and responsive services.

Volusia County Fire Rescue provides fire protection and rescue services throughout the unincorporated areas of the county and in the municipalities of Pierson, Oak Hill and Lake Helen.

There are 21 Volusia County Fire Rescue fire stations, which are staffed 24/7 and offer public fire education programs.

Current Keetch Byram Drought Index

Where is the nearest hydrant?

Green Volusia
What Volusia County Fire Rescue is doing to conserve energy and protect the environment.

Wildfire safety brochures for educators

Prescription drug disposal
The Florida Department of Health urges individuals to dispose of their old prescription drugs properly and never flush them down the toilet.

Tips for persons with respiratory problems when smoke is in the area

Make your property more fire resistant and defensible

Safety tips during the dry season to reduce chances of brush fires

Red Flag Image

Red flag warning
Understand what this warning means and when it is issued.

National Fire Service seat belt pledge [PDF]

Frequently asked questions

Volusia County Fire Rescue

Fire Chief
Howard Bailey

Senior Staff Assistant
Martha Spivey

125 W. New York Ave.
Suite 220
DeLand, FL 32720

West Volusia

Daytona Beach

New Smyrna Beach