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791 NW 31 Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311
(954)-791-1058 (non-emergency)
Station 14 image/FR/Pages/Stations/Central-Broward.aspxCentral Broward

Station 14, located in central Broward, is one of BSO's busiest fire stations, operating an ALS (Advanced Life Support) engine and an ALS rescue unit.

2200 SW 46 Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33317
(954)-791-7545 (non-emergency)
Station 23 .jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Central-Broward.aspxCentral Broward

Station 23 is the home of BSO's Hazardous Materials Team which operates a z-Mat ALS engine a special z-Mat truck. Units from this station respond county-wide to hazardous materials incidents. The annual population of this Unincorporated area is approximately 13,600, but the daytime population increases significantly due to the four major thoroughfares, several magnet schools and a variety of businesses. Residential neighborhoods located within the district include Broadview Park, Boulevard Gardens, Franklin Park, Washington Park, Roosevelt Gardens.

10550 Stirling Road
Cooper City, FL 33026
(954) 432-8905 (non-emergency)
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Station 28 was opened in August 1990 by the City of Cooper City and continues to serve the area following the merger of Cooper City Fire Rescue with BSO in 2004. The station is equipped with response apparatus including a 1750 GPM (gallons per minute) pumper, a 105 foot ladder truck and transport-capable rescue vehicle. All apparatus are staffed with cross-trained personnel and can provide advanced life support care.

116 West Dania Beach Blvd.
Dania, FL 33004
(954)-342-4251 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d2-station-1.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Dania-Beach.aspxDania Beach

The city is home to the International Game and Fish Association World Fishing Center as well as other prestigious attractions including Dania Jai Alai and Bass Pro Outdoor World. The city is noted for its large collection of antique shops along a 3-block area of US-1 and a blossoming marine industry.

The district includes the residential areas of a Gardens, Poinciana Park, The s, Meadowbrook North, Dania Highlands, Sheraton Ocean Club, Sheraton Lake Club, Meadowbrook South, South Dania Heights, South Dixie, Dania Heights, College Gardens, o Park, Byrd Point, Griffin Park, Key North, e, Davis Isles, Avon Isles, Estates of Fort Lauderdale, Ravenswood Estates and Playland Isles among others.

928 E Hillsboro Blvd
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
(954)-480-4364 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d10-station-4.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Deerfield-Beach.aspxDeerfield Beach
3192 North Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
(954)-935-6720 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d10-station-51.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Deerfield-Beach.aspxDeerfield Beach
590 S Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
(954)-480-4340 (non-emergency)
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71 SE 21st Street
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
(954)-480-4335 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d10-station-75.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Deerfield-Beach.aspxDeerfield Beach
1441 SW 11th Way
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
(954)-571-3091 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d10-station-102.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Deerfield-Beach.aspxDeerfield Beach
232 Goolsby Blvd
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
(954)-480-1431 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d10-station-111.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Deerfield-Beach.aspxDeerfield Beach
250 Terminal Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33315
(954)-359-0792 (non-emergency)
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BSO provides fire rescue services at the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport, including structural fire-fighting, aircraft rescue fire-fighting and emergency medical services. Personnel from the Fire Marshal's Office provide prevention services such as new construction plans review, annual fire inspections and the fuel inspection program that includes training classes for employees. The airport command is also active in CPR and safety classes for the Airport community. Around the clock Fire Rescue services are provided with 1 Engine company, 1 Rescue company, 3 Crash trucks and a Battalion Chief. Members of the Airport Command are required to be in compliant with FAA Part 139 Training requirements which include numerous specialized training topics as well as a live burn annually. The Airport response is complimented from surrounding BSO Fire Stations 32, 17 and 6.


​111 Foster Road
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
(954) 457-1470 (non-emergency)

Station 7 image/FR/Pages/Stations/Hallandale-Beach.aspxHallandale Beach

​2801 E Hallandale Beach Blvd
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
(954) 457-1486 (non-emergency)

station 60 image/FR/Pages/Stations/Hallandale-Beach.aspxHallandale Beach

​101 Three Islands Blvd
Hallandale Beach, Florida 3300
(954) 457-1485 (non-emergency)

station 90 image/FR/Pages/Stations/Hallandale-Beach.aspxHallandale Beach
3461 NW 43 Avenue
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319
(954)-535-2770 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d4-station-37-2.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Lauderdale-Lakes.aspxLauderdale Lakes

Station 37 includes an ALS (advanced life support) engine, as ALS ladder truck and two ALS rescue units. BSO's Lauderdale Lakes district is bordered by Commercial Boulevard to the north, Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to the east, N.W. 19 Street to the south and the Florida Turnpike to the west.

2610 SW 40 Avenue
West Park, FL 33023
(954)-964-0225 (non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d1-station-27.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Pembroke-Park-West-Park.aspxPembroke Pk, West Park

population of this area of the county is approximately 22,000 but increases to 30,000 residents during the winter season. The area contains both residential neighborhoods as well as commercial properties. In 2004, the last Unincorporated areas in the area were incorporated by voters into West Park and the city's first administrators were elected in early 2005.

1901 Eller Drive
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954)-765-4191 (Rescue non-emergency)
/FR/PublishingImages/Stations/d14-station-6.jpg/FR/Pages/Stations/Port-Everglades.aspxPort Everglades

BSO Fire Rescue Station 6 provides specialized firefighting and emergency response capabilities geared to the unique environment of Port Everglades. The Seaport Command has developed a multi-agency communication capability between the airport, seaport and the United States Coast Guard. Station 6 operates two engines, an ALS (Advanced Life Support) rescue unit and a specialized "m-truck" that can deploy water, firefighting foam or dry chemical extinguishing agents onto a fire.


275 Bonaventure Blvd
Weston, Florida 33326

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3955 Bonaventure Blvd.
Weston, FL 33326
(954)-389-2080 (non-emergency)
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951 Saddle Club Road
Weston, FL 33327
(954)-389-2058 (non-emergency)
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17350 Royal Palm Blvd
Weston, FL 33326
(954)-389-2015 (non-emergency)
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35000 Everglades Parkway (Alligator Alley)
Weston, FL 33327
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