Last Updated: Thursday, April 13, 2017, 5:55 AM EDT
The Florida Forest Service has an interactive map that describes the location of a brush fire or wildfire, that location's history of fires and much more.
If you see fire in your area, please get to safety before calling 911 and give them as much information as possible, including location.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services offers different programs that help people and homeowners understand fire prevention, the importance of fire fuel and what they can do to limit the impacts of a fire. More information can be found here.
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- Fire county companies and non-emergency numbers (For emergencies, call 911)
- Brevard County Fire Rescue 1-321-633-2056
- Flagler County Fire Rescue 1-386-313-4200
- Lake County Fire Rescue 1-352-343-1700
- Marion County Fire Rescue 1-352-291-8000
- Orange County Fire Rescue 1-407-836-1919
- Osceola County Fire Rescue & EMS 1-407-742-2275
- Seminole County EMS Fire Rescue 1-407-665-5175
- Sumter County Fire and Emergency Medical Services 1-352-689-4400
- Volusia County Fire Rescue 1-386-736-5940
The Florida Forest Service Interactive Fire Map