On behalf of the 170 men and women of the Coral Springs Fire Department, thank you for visiting our website.
The Coral Springs Fire Department services residents of the City of Coral Springs as well as the City of Parkland. Our department houses seven advanced life support rescue vehicles, five advanced life support engine companies, and two advanced life support aerial trucks out of eight fire stations. The firefighters and paramedics are highly trained and highly motivated to provide the best service to the residents and visitors of the two cities they protect. With an average of 13,000 calls per year, our members are trained to handle any type of emergency. The Fire Department is proud to have one of the highest customer service satisfaction ratings out of any other service in the city. From a minor injury to the highly difficult rescue situation or fire, our personnel are ready to manage any situation that may arise.
Our Fire Inspection Division inspects all commercial and multi-family structures in Coral Springs and Parkland as well as providing fire safety information through public education programs.
We have a Fire Explorer program for high school youths age 14-18 who have an interest in a career in the fire or emergency medical field. Explorers meet every other Sunday to participate in fire training.
The Coral Springs Fire Academy, operated by the Coral Springs Fire Department, is the winner of the 2007 State of Florida Fire Training Center of the Year Award. The Academy has been recognized for excellence in teaching both new Fire and EMT students, as well as it's acclaimed programs for career firefighters.
The men and women of the Coral Springs Fire Department are committed to providing the highest level of customer service to our residents and visitors. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me with your comments.
Mark Curran, Fire Chief
Chief Curran began his career with the Coral Springs Fire Department in 1984. He was hired as a Fire Inspector and held that position for nine years. In 1993 he was promoted to Fire Marshal and served in that capacity for seven years. In 2000, Chief Curran was promoted to Deputy Chief, a position he held before being promoted to Fire Chief in 2007.
Chief Curran has a Bachelor of Science in Professional Management from Nova Southeastern University and an Associate of Science Technology from Broward College. He currently serves on the Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals Electrical Committee. He is also a member of several professional organizations, including the National Fire Protection Association, the Florida Fire Chiefs Association and the Fire Chiefs Association of Broward County.