This is the “Lee County EMS Station.” In addition to Open House activities, visitors will be able to sit in a LCEMS ambulance, check out the Lee Flight Helicopter, and meet paramedics and EMTs.
1038 Burnt Store Rd.
This is the “Child Safety Station.” In addition to Open House activities, kids can learn about 9-1-1 from Cape Coral Dispatchers, have their faces painted, and navigate the inflatable fire safety smoke house.
4107 Pelican Blvd.
This is the “Save a Life Station.” In addition to Open House activities, there will be Family and Friends CPR instruction, which uses a hands-on, practice-while-watching technique to teach this lifesaving skill. Participants will also receive a CPR Anytime Kit to take home with them. There will also be adoptable dogs from the Cape Coral Animal Shelter. And One Blood will be onsite accepting blood donations until 2pm.
4610 Coronado Pkwy.
Not only is the Cape Coral's newest fire station, this is the “Water Safety Station.” In addition to Open House activities, this station will showcase the CCFD’s marine and dive equipment. The US Coast Guard Auxiliary and their mascot, Coastie, will also be at this station to interact with visitors.
521 Nicholas Pkwy.
This is the “Public Works Station.” In addition to Open House activities, vehicles from the City’s Public Works Department will be available for guests to check out. These include a grapple truck, a bobcat, and a sign truck that has a post puller, post pounder and auger used to replace and install traffic signs.
1627 Everest Pkwy.
This is the “Vehicle Safety Station.” In addition to Open House activities, firefighters will perform vehicle extrication demonstrations, Safe Kids will provide car seat checks, and FHP and CCPD will have cruisers for guests to tour.
4540 Chiquita Blvd.
Stations 7 and 10
Open House activities include spraying a fire hose, sitting in fire trucks, meeting the firefighters, taking part in a scavenger hunt, giveaways, fire safety information, and more!
3942 Burnt Store Rd.
3623 Gator Circle West
This is the “Junior Firefighter Station.” In addition to Open House activities, kids can see what it is like to be a firefighter by putting on gear and running an obstacle course. The course will include moving a patient (a stuffed bear), carrying a fire hose, spraying a hose to put out a virtual fire, climbing through a window, and, finally, rescuing a victim (a stuffed animal that they get to keep) from a smoke tunnel. Fire Chief Ryan Lamb will also be greeting visitors at this station.
2007 Santa Barbara Blvd.
This is the “Wildland Safety Station.” In addition to Open House activities, visitors will be able to see the CCFD's Tender and Brush truck used for fighting wildland fires and the off-road vehicles Florida Fish and Wildlife use for wildland fires and prescribed burns.
1029 Diplomat Pkwy.
This is the “Don’t Bug Me Station.” In addition to Open House activities, visitors will be able to sit in a Lee County Mosquito Control District helicopter and learn about insects of all shapes and sizes!
707 SW 1st St.