Welcome to Martin County Fire Rescue
The Martin County Fire Rescue Department will be accepting applications for Firefighter/EMT positions beginning Monday, January 27, 2014 through the close of business on Friday, May 30, 2014 at 1700 hours. Click HERE for additional information.
Martin County Fire Rescue Administration is located at the Martin County Public Safety Building, a joint effort involving both Fire Rescue and the Martin County Sheriff's Office. The two-story building is a hurricane-hardened command center for emergency operations, and centered within its walls is the Emergency Operations Center. Here, during hurricanes, floods, or other natural man-made disasters, Martin County's government officials can safely operate the county functions, interacting with local and outside private and government agencies through state-of-the-art communications technology.
The employees of Martin County Fire Rescue serve and protect 528 square miles of a mix of suburban, agricultural/rural lands and waterfront with a population of approximately 140,000. During the winter season (November to April), Martin County's population can swell to nearly 200,000.
Joseph V. Ferrara, CFO, MPA, Fire Rescue Chief
Serving since 1989