​​​Volunteer Program consisting of 18+ year old adults who are interested in assisting the fire department at events and emergencies by receiving education from variety of practical courses.

​​The Safe Haven Program is designed to temporarily assist infants who are in need of assistance with medical, housing or family issues.

Swimming Advice for All Ages

  • If you can not swim well, stay where you can touch bottom.
  • Never force a child to learn to swim. If he or she is afraid, they are not ready yet.
  • Learn, practice, and remember how to float.
  • Only swim in areas where there is a lifeguard or an adult watching.
  • Use the buddy system. Never swim alone.
  • Always obey the lifeguard and follow posted swimming rules.
  • No rough play or showing off.
  • If you hear thunder or see lightning, get out of the water.
  • Never allow infants to swallow a lot of pool water. It could cause seizures.
  • Learn CPR!

The Board has made Amendments to this years budget: FY 2014-2015 Budget Amendments

This years Budget FY 2014-2015

Resolution 2014-03 Final Millage rate for Fiscal yr. 2014-2015.

Resolution 2014-04 Final Budget for Fiscal yr. 2014-2015.

View our 2013-2014 Audit​

View Our 2013 AFR Annual Financial Report​

​We are now offering CPR courses to the public twice a month. The first Wednesday and the third Saturday of the month are the days we are scheduling for classes. There are 2 options for taking the Classes. Option 1 is full course provided by us $50 dollars. Option 2 is two parts, go online and take the online course which cost $20 dollars, then schedule hands on training and an instructor check off list on one of the days that we offer classes for $30 dollars; total cost of CPR card: $50 dollars. This CPR course offered is BLS for Healthcare workers. The web site for the online portion is http://www.onlineaha.org/. Call Robert Mendoza at 239-657-2111 for assistance to do on line class.

​​Crowd Managers Class

Crowd managers are required by law for all assembly occupancies! This class cost $10.00 per person. If anyone is interested in this class please Call: 239-657-2700 to register for am or pm class. Or send email to: inspections@immfire.com. Classes held at the Fire Station, 502 East New Market Rd.

In accordance with the 2006 NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, Sections, establishments with an occupant load of at least 50 people shall have at least one trained crowd manager or crowd manager supervisor. When the occupant load exceeds 250 people, the establishment must provide additional trained crowd managers or crowd supervisors at a ratio of one for every 250 occupants.


​Immokalee Fire Control District Fire Chief Paul Anderson has received notification from U.S. Senator Bill Nelson that the District was awarded the federal SAFER Grant (Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) in the amount of $2,012,052 over two (2) years; $808,824 to retain the six (6) Firefighter positions previously funded by the SAFER grant that recently expired, as well as $1,203,228 for nine (9) additional Firefighter positions to add three (3) additional Firefighters per shift to our staffing in order for us to come into compliance with NFPA 1720 and provide 10 personnel on the scene of a structure fire (total of 15 positions in grant application). The grant is 100% funded with federal dollars. Immokalee’s grant was one of the grants awarded in just the second week of awards, which indicates that it scored among the 24 highest scoring grant applications nationwide. There were no Fire Departments from Florida awarded during the first week. Immokalee was one of three from Florida awarded during the second week. The funding appropriated for the current program nationwide is a total of $340 Million. 10% is required to go to Recruitment and Retention of Volunteer activities and another 10% is required to go to all-volunteer departments or mostly volunteer departments, which left $272 Million to go towards applications like Immokalee’s. Last year, out of 49,010 recognized fire departments in the country, only 250 (0.51%) were awarded SAFER Grants totaling $304,238,669. Immokalee Fire Control District has received a total of $3,206,914 in federal SAFER grant funds over the last three years, having been awarded grants in 2012 ($736,920 to rehire six Firefighters that were laid off), 2014 ($457,942 for recruitment, training, and retention of Volunteer Firefighters and hiring a full-time Volunteer Coordinator/Training Officer), and 2015 ($2,012,052 for retention of six Firefighter positions pus hiring of nine additional Firefighters).

Contact:          Paul Anderson, Jr.
Fire Chief/District Manager
Office: 239-657-2111
Cell Phone: 239-980-0210
E-Mail: panderson@immfire.com


Regular Board meeting
Budget Workshop
Regular Board meeting
Budget Workshop
Regular Board meeting

Upcoming Schedule of Events

All Meetings are held at 502 E. New Market Rd. with the exception of April and October meetings, they are held in Ave Maria at 5076 Annuciation Cir. #103.

The Immokalee Fire Control District is committed to protecting the people and property within our community.  We will be responsive to the needs of our citizens by providing rapid, professional, humanitarian services essential to the health, safety, and well-being of the community.

We will accomplish our mission through prevention, education, fire suppression, first responder medical service, and other related emergency and non-emergency activities.  We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models, and strive to efficiently use all of the necessary resources at our command to provide a product deemed excellent by our citizens.

The Immokalee Fire Control District is an Independent Special Taxing District established by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1955 (Chapter 55-30666 Laws of Florida), with the latest revision to the District’s codification included in Chapter 2000-363 Laws of Florida and signed by the Governor into law on May 22, 2000, and operating under the authority of Chapters 189 and 191, Florida Statutes. The legislation created a fire control and rescue district covering 234 square miles of Collier County, Florida. The purpose of the District is to provide fire protection and prevention services, establish and maintain emergency medical and rescue response services, and acquire and maintain firefighting, rescue, medical, transport, and other emergency equipment.​

Immokalee Fire Control District Enabling Act

​What To Expect When Brushfires Threaten:

  • Your road may be blocked.
  • You could possibly lose power.
  • Should there be an evacuation, remember this is for your families safety.
  • Deliveries will probably be interrupted.
  • School buses may be delayed or have to return to school.
  • WSGL 104.7 will carry information on the fire situation.

Heartsaver CPR- AED

Interactive information presented to an audience with an Automatic External Difibrillator on or around their home or work. This is a more advanced Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation instruction.

​Parade Participation

Fire apparatus are able to participate in or at parade events throughout the community

Immokalee Fire Control District