The Coral Gables Fire Department provides 24-hour emergency services, 365 days a year. In addition to the traditional service of fire suppression, the Department also provides advanced and basic life support emergency medical services and transport, rescue operations, fire prevention, life safety inspections, public education, emergency management, and public information.
Services are provided to the Coral Gables community via three fire stations. The Coral Gables Fire Department has a chief administrative officer (Fire Chief) supported by a management team consisting of one Deputy Chief, three Division Chiefs, and one Administrative Supervisor.
- Americans Heart Association
- Children's Fire Safety
- Commission on Fire Accreditation International
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Florida Department of Public Health
- Florida Fire Chief's Association
- Insurance Service Office (ISO)
- Miami Dade Office of Emergency Management
- National Fire Protection Association
- National Hurricane Center
- State of Florida Contractors License Info
- The National Weather Service/NOAA
- U.S. Fire Administration
- Fire Alarm Presubmittal Checklist [PDF]
- Fireworks Display Permit
- Fire-Watch Guidelines
- Food Truck & Tent Checklist
- How to pay for a Permit Online
- Hydrant Flow Test Permit Request Form
- Hydrant Use Permit Application
- In-Building Radio Coverage Solutions
- Minimum TCO Requirements
- Overtime Inspection Request Form
- Permit Application
- Pre-Inspection Checklist
- Smoke Alarm Inspection & Test Form
- Smoke Control Best Practices
- Temporary Tents Application Procedures
Administrative Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Fire Stations: 24 hours a day / 365 days a year
Fire Station 1
2151 Salzedo St., Coral Gables, FL 33134
Fire Station 2
525 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Fire Station 3
11911 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables, Florida 33156
Fire Department Community Services
In addition to the traditional Fire and Emergency Medical Services offered by the Coral Gables Fire Department, the department also offers a range of community service programs
Fire Prevention Division
The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for plans review, public education, fire/life safety inspections, enforcement of the Life Safety/Fire Safety Code, special events, and public service announcements.
Logistics & Capital Planning Division
The division is responsible for delivery of emergency services via three battalions, with an average of 42 personnel assigned to each battalion. The Operations Division coordinates with the Fire Prevention Division and the Professional Standards Division to schedule daily activities.
Professional Standards Division
The Professional Standards Division is responsible for all emergency medical, fire suppression, driver engineer, officer, and recruit training. The Division also oversees certification maintenance, research and development, safety, quality assurance, and public education.