The Okaloosa Island Fire District would like to bring the public’s attention to the below website for questions regarding the precautions for the Coronavirus (COVID-19). If you feel you do have a medical emergency, please always call 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency room.
For more helpful hints of how to prepare for a weather emergency, please click on the below referenced link to Angie’s List
Asbestos Info for Firefighters
Information related to asbestos exposure for Firefighters.
Okaloosa Beach Safety’s mission is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our beach visitors by providing top quality prevention, rescue, and emergency medical response services to the public. The operational philosophy is deeply rooted in reliability, responsiveness, and professional service on and off the beach. The agency’s employees respect and appreciate the community and are dedicated to providing the highest quality services to its residents and visitors.
Our commitment to excellence is highlighted by the provision of pre-hospital Advanced Life Support emergency medical care to everyone in the community 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. In 2006, we added two BLS ambulances to our fleet that handle interfacility transfer. This ensures ALS units stay in service for 911 emergencies.
Since 1982, The Weather Channel has brought timely weather information to the world.
Beginning as a 24-hour, 7 day television network devoted entirely to weather, it has expanded across several mediums to bring the breaking weather to its viewers and users. This link goes straight to local weather (Ft. Walton Beach).
Emergency Management is dedicated to providing professional and fiscally responsible service to our community. We continuously strive to improve the preparedness and protection of Okaloosa county residents and visitors. We do this through public outreach, educational programs, coordination of multi-agency plans and responses and interaction with state agencies.
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