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Reedy Creek Fire Station Tour Information

Station Tours Available

Monday thru Friday

9:00 - 11:00 am & 1:00 - 4:00 pm

No Holidays Or Weekends

Available at:

Reedy Creek Fire & Rescue Department 

Station 1 Headquarters

651 E Buena Vista Drive

Orlando, FL 32830

Walt Disney World Florida

Transportation via taxi is available from Disney Theme Parks & Resorts

Disney Transport to Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course walking distance approx 1/2 mile

 For Large Groups or more information

Reedy Creek Fire Rescue Department Station Tour 

 (407) 560 -1966

 


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Thank You to Those Who Have Served

We honor the men and women of our military across the country. Their sacrifices have allowed America to remain a beacon of freedom across the world –and have granted Americans at home security, peace of mind, and pride. We remember those who have fallen through the generations, and thank our current troops dispatched in Afghanistan, Iraq, and around the world.


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2015 is the 41st Annual EMS Week Reedy Creek Fire & Rescue Department

May 17-23, 2015 is the 41st Annual EMS Week Reedy Creek Fire & Rescue Department

Dedicated to EMT'S & Paramedic Saving & Protecting 24/7/365 Visitors at Walt Disney World Theme Parks & Resorts & Water Parks & Downtown Disney Area Hotels.

Response Area:

Our primary response area is approximately 45.6 square miles Walt Disney World Theme Parks, Resorts, Water Parks & Downtown Disney Area

Responsibilities:

Our personnel provide: 9-1-1 communications, fire suppression, emergency medical treatment and transport, as well as shared responsibility for building inspections and public education.

We operate out of four fire stations which currently house 7 ALS ambulances, 3 engine companies, 2 tower trucks, 4 woods trucks, 1 squad vehicle 1 tanker truck with various other support vehicles.

Communications Center is a fully functional 911 center. The Telecommunicators have many responsibilities which include taking & handling Emergency calls and various alarm monitoring.

Fire Supression Personel are responsible for fire suppression, emergency medical treatment and transport. All of the firefighting personnel are state certified Fire Fighters. They all hold either EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) or Paramedic certifications. Working out of 4 Fire Stations on property they are responsible for Emergency and Fire Calls on WDW property, as well as mutual aid with Orange and Osceola County.

Fire Prevention Personnel are responsible for all building and system inspections, pyrotechnic and convention event approval, inspection and maintenance of portable and kitchen hood protection systems, technical support, and public education on WDW property.

MARC Personnel on are either EMT's or Paramedics. Working in pairs they provide prompt ALS emergency medical treatment to each of Disney's four theme parks and the Downtown Disney Area. MARC stands for Medical Assistance Rescue Cart, which is either a modified golf style cart or small van that is equipped with Advanced Life Support Supplies. This Cart is used in the various parks for ease of maneuvering and quick response

May 17-23, 2015 is the 41st annual EMS Week

In 1973, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS, its practitioners and the important work they do in responding to medical emergencies. Back then, EMS was a fledgling profession and EMS practitioners were only beginning to be recognized as a critical component of emergency medicine and the public health safety net.

A lot has changed over the last four decades. EMS is now firmly established as a key component of the medical care continuum, and the important role of EMS practitioners in saving lives from sudden cardiac arrest and trauma; in getting people to the hospitals best equipped to treat heart attacks and strokes; and in showing caring and compassion to their patients in their most difficult moments


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2015 Florida Brotherhood Bike Ride

http://www.brotherhoodride.com/

2015 Florida Brotherhood Bike Ride

In 2015, we will be conducting two rides. The first will be in June to honor our fallen first responders from Florida. The second will be in September honoring fallen first responders from Emmitsburg, MD to Boston, MA. These emergency first responders died in the line of duty in 2014 while protecting their community. With your help, we can continue to show the families, friends and their community that their loved ones will not be forgotten!

Day 1:   June 6th North Naples to North Port

Day 2:   June 7th North Port to Tarpon Springs

Day 3:   June 8th Tarpon Springs to Brooksville

Day 4:   June 9th Brooksville to Orlando

Day 5:   June 10th Orlando to Palm Coast

Day 6:   June 11th Palm Coast to Jacksonville

Day 7:   June 12th Jacksonville to Live Oak

Day 8:   June 13th Live Oak to Tallahassee

Info Email candy@brotherhoodride.com.

 

 


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2015 Florida First Responder Games

The 2015 Schedule of Events has been posted – Although changes may occur – we are not anticipating many

Registration will open April 1st and close on August 15th

Hotel Reservations will be accepted starting April 1st

Event/Venue Locations will be posted after registration closes. This limits the exposure of the venues to the locals in an attempt to level the playing field for out of towners.

We are looking for individuals that distribute flyers electronically or hard copies within their organization. As you know – this is a grass roots effort to get the word out to all of the fine servants of our great communities. If you can assist with the distribution of electronic or snail mail flyers promoting future events – please let us know so we can add you to the mailing list. Lets get the word out about this great event for First Responders.

The only way non-profit events like this succeed is to obtain, promote, and utilize sponsors. In the future, please consider utilizing our sponsors for your needs – especially when it comes to accommodations. The host hotel was very generous with their meeting space and their hospitality venues. We hope everyone took advantage of the free beer and appetizers we offered ever night at the host hotel from 5 – 7pm.

We have a limited supply of 2014 event t-shirts left over – if interested in obtaining one – please go to the main menu on the left.

Sponsors are always needed to keep these games running. The USFFG is a non-profit 501c Corporation. Donations and sponsors make these games happen. Call the office if you can help with a sponsorship or donation. 866-233-4263.

Please contact the Games office if you have any questions – 866-233-4263


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Hometown Hero Golf League

The Country Club at Deer Run invites all area firefighters to play 9 holes of golf as part of their Hometown Hero League.

The two person blind draw begins at 5pm every Thursday. At the end of the season there will be a final 18 hole event for the top 75% of the players. Due to schedules and other commitments players do not need to play every week.

For more Information http://www.iaff2057.com/items/HometownHeroGolfLeague.pdf  or contact C.J. Harris, League Coordinator, at the Country Club at Deer Run 407-699-9592 or e-mail apinter@golfgroupfl.com


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