In observance of Memorial Day, City Hall and all city offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019. Residential trash pickup will occur as usual.




OFD CARES is a program that equips residents with the resources needed to prepare before and regroup after an unplanned emergency event.


The Orlando Fire Department’s Take Heart Orlando Program offers free 30-minute classes teaching hands-only CPR and a 4-hour Heartsaver CPR Certification class for $20. Visit for more information.

After the Fire

Visit for instructions about how to pick up the pieces after a residential fire and how to create an action plan for worst case scenarios.


Request incident reports, patient care reports, fire investigation reports, data reports, commercial property reports and fire prevention reports. Visit to learn how to request reports.


Let OFD know how we can better serve you by filling out our survey at


OFD strives to provide key support to the community that keep residents safe, informed and prepared for the unexpected.  Our department offers free smoke alarms, blood pressure checks, medical cards, fire safety classes, fire drills, station tours and is a proud participant in Florida’s Safe Haven Law. Visit for more information.

Are you a community organization looking to have the Orlando Fire Department participate at your event? Request to have the fire department attend your next event.

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