A group of firefighters with smoke behind them
Martin County Fire Rescue monitoring the waterways
Crew on the highway in front of the LifeStar helicopter
A Martin County Fire Rescue Firetruck
Martin County Ocean Rescue
MCFR Helicopter

MCFR Annual Report

Each year Martin County Fire Rescue creates and publishes an annual report to share accomplishments. View the FY23 report.

Martin County Fire Rescue

Welcome to the Official Martin County Fire Rescue Department page. Our goal is to provide the most up-to-date information regarding our services to maintain open and clear communication with our community members.

Martin County Fire Rescue (MCFR) provides emergency management, emergency medical response, fire suppression, fire prevention, hazardous materials response, technical rescue, and aeromedical transport services to the Martin County community. Comprised of talented personnel varying in disciplines, the firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) and paramedics, ocean rescue lifeguards, emergency telecommunicators, fire inspectors, emergency management professionals and logistics support personnel of MCFR are dedicated to protecting the health and safety of the Martin County community.  

Serving more than 31,000 calls annually, the men and women of Martin County Fire Rescue serve and protect 528 square miles of a mix of suburban, agricultural/rural lands, highways, railways and waterfront with a population of approximately 160,000. During the winter season (November through April), Martin County's population can swell to nearly 200,000.

Our mission is to protect lives, property and the environment with safety, integrity, and excellence. Martin County Fire Rescue exists for a simple reason - to provide when the community needs us most.

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Martin County Fire Rescue Chief Chad Cianciulli

Chad Cianciulli
Martin County Fire Rescue Chief

Martin County Fire Rescue Headquarters

800 SE Monterey Road
Stuart, FL 34997