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ADOPT A FIRE STATION

While most firefighters celebrate the holidays with their families and loved ones, many spend the holiday season on call at the Fire Station. In an effort to make the holidays special for them, the Adopt a Fire Station program began in 2012 so that neighborhood groups, businesses, and non-profits could recognize and give back to their local Fire Stations during the holidays. Through Adopt a Fire Station, groups can show their appreciation by helping provide holiday meals and volunteering their time at their local Fire Station.

PAST YEARS

In 2017, more than 55 groups of families, organizations, businesses and schools in Orange County adopted all 41 stations. These groups hosted special activities in November and December for their assigned Fire Stations, including bringing holiday meals and treats and volunteering their time. The Adopt a Fire Station adoption will begin on Nov. 1, 2018 and end on Jan. 1, 2019.

SIGN UP DATES

Registration is open from Oct. 22 to Dec. 15, 2018. Contact Tiana Davis of the Orange County Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Division at 407-836-5531 or Tiana.Davis@ocfl.net for more information.

Holiday Heroes Toy Drive

Orange County Fire Stations also serve as drop-off locations for the Holiday Heroes Toy Drive. Learn how you can become a holiday hero by visiting www.ocfl.net/holidayheroes.

Contact Us

Neighborhood Preservation & Revitalization Division
450 E. South Street, Third Floor
Orlando, FL 32801

Contact: Tiana Davis
Email: Tiana.Davis@ocfl.net
Phone: 407-836-5531

*Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs served on the Board of County Commissioners from Jan. 2011 through Nov. 2018. Jacobs previously served as Orange County District One Commissioner from 2000 to 2008.

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