63,072

Total Responses for 2018

44,414

Total Calls for 2019

Squad 23 - 248

Busiest Fire Unit December 2019

Rescue 3- 423

Calls for the Busiest Transport Unit
December 2019

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Here is the link for the Charity’s Smile.amazon.com page. By clicking on this link, you will be taken to Smile.amazon.com and have our charity selected for you without having to search for it. From then on, Amazon will keep your selection until you change it. After you select our charity, Amazon will donate 0.5% of all eligible orders to our charity.

https://smile.amazon.com/ch/81-4818166

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• Stay visible – bring flashlights, glow sticks and reflective goodie bags, and add reflective tape to costumes.
• Stay on the sidewalk and off the road when going house to house. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic and as far to the side as possible.
• Cross at street corners using traffic signals or use well-lit, marked crosswalks and never cross the road between parked cars.
• Don’t assume the right-of-way. Motorists may have trouble seeing trick-or-treaters.
• Children under 12 should trick-or-treat with and cross streets with an adult.
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• Stay visible – bring flashlights, glow sticks and reflective goodie bags, and add reflective tape to costumes.
 • Stay on the sidewalk and off the road when going house to house. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic and as far to the side as possible.
 • Cross at street corners using traffic signals or use well-lit, marked crosswalks and never cross the road between parked cars.
 • Don’t assume the right-of-way. Motorists may have trouble seeing trick-or-treaters. 
 • Children under 12 should trick-or-treat with and cross streets with an adult.
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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

 

We Do More Than Save Lives!

  Fire Rescue Professionals of Alachua County would like to thank everyone who has supported our Charity. With the generosity of our friends, we have been able to provide the community throughout the Alachua County area with a helping hand during times of need. Through our non-profit (501c3) charity, Alachua County Fighters continue to support local area programs and services.