The City of Naples Fire-Rescue Department is committed to the preservation and protection of life, property, and environment from the adverse effects of fire, medical emergencies, and hazardous conditions through sustained training, progressive education, and constant diligence to provide the highest level of customer service possible. Ethical values will remain the core of every decision made by each member of the Department.
About The Fire-Rescue Department
The Naples Fire Department was established in 1935 when the City of Naples named Cale Jones as our first fire chief. Since then the Fire-Rescue Department has worked to establish itself as one of the best fire departments in the state obtaining an ISO rating of Class 2. It is comprised of a Fire Operations Division, Fire Prevention Division and Fire & EMS Training Bureau. The Operations Division responds from three fire stations to protect the City utilizing the skills of three battalion chiefs who operate three shifts with 39 firefighters and 12 lieutenants. Fire Prevention Division consisting of one fire marshal and six fire inspectors working to provide fire safety through plans review, fire inspections of new and existing construction and public education. The Fire and EMS Training Bureau is coordinated by a battalion chief working with other local departments and adjunct instructors. Fire Administration is run by the fire chief with a deputy fire chief and an administrative assistant.
NFD is providing CPR classes on the second Thursday each month beginning in September 2016 at Riverside Community Center.
To request information regarding availability and sign up, follow the contact link below:
CPR Training Contact Form