To obtain a burn permit or information on open burns, contact the Department of Forestry at 305-872-9010
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Monroe County Fire Rescue does not recharge fire extinguishers. There are several fire extinguisher companies in the county that provide this service. You can locate these companies by searching locally for "fire extinguisher service."
Records of every fire to which a Monroe County Fire Rescue unit responds are sent to our Fire Rescue Headquarters. Copies of these can be obtained by contacting Executive Assistant, Mary Moeller, at Moeller-Mary@monroecounty-fl.gov or (305) 289-6005 during regular business hours.
The Monroe County Fire Marshal office can provide information regarding the distance between your home and the nearest fire station and fire hydrant. Contact the Fire Marshal's Office at 305-289-6005, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or email email@example.com.
The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) maintains fire hydrants and can be contacted at 305-743-5409.
The Monroe County Fire Marshal's Office provide inspections for daycares, commercial properties, and vacation rentals. Call 305-289-6020 to schedule an inspection.
If you would like to schedule a visit to the fire station you can contact Monroe County Fire Rescue Headquarters at 305-289-6005.
Fireworks permits must be obtained from the Fire Marshal at Monroe County Fire Rescue 30 days prior to the event. Permits from other agencies may also be required. Contact the Fire Marshal's Office at 305-289-6005 and complete the Fireworks Permit Application (PDF).
These items can be disposed of free of charge at Monroe County’s three household hazardous waste collections centers during the following days and times:
For more information, call 305-295-4314.