Public Education

The St Lucie County Fire District offers Public Education to the community free of charge. The primary goal of this program is directed at increasing knowledge of fire and injury prevention to all ages within our community, with the result of decreasing injury and death. This program will evolve in response to the traumatic injury and fatality rates within our community.

Injury/fire prevention and safety education will be delivered within the school classroom and in other public arenas. There are several community agencies partnering together to accomplish this mutual goal here in St Lucie County.
Public Fire Education

Public Education Request

To request a station tour, school fire safety presentation, HOA/business fire safety presentation, fire extinguisher training, demo at a community event, or the safety trailer, please complete this Public Education Request Form. The completed request form will need to be scanned and emailed to or faxed to 772-621-3604. All requests must be submitted, finalized and approved two weeks prior to the date of the request.

Additional Information

To learn more about any of these programs, or to plan one for your school or community, please contact Stacey Carter at 772-621-3375.

Public Safety Education Programs

Our Fire Safety House is available to visit schools and local events throughout St. Lucie County. The Safety House is a mobile classroom setting designed to teach children and adults how to safely escape in the event of a fire. Participants will learn how to properly maintain smoke alarms and the importance of making a fire escape plan. The classes last approximately 30 minutes.

Station Tours

Get a personalized tour of one of our seventeen fire stations. You'll be able to see the fire equipment up close and learn about the different types of tools stored on the fire engine. Get an inside view of the station and see where the firefighters work and live.

Juvenile Fire Stoppers Program

The Fire Stoppers Program is an educational intervention outreach in which a partnership of participation is established between the family, the child and the fire department. This serves as an educational tool, teaching the child to respect the dangers of fire. This is an attempt to turn an incident into a learning experience.