The City of Longwood Fire Department offers several programs and services to the community. The following are services offered by the Fire Department that aim to improve the health and safety of the community.
Blood Pressure Checks
The Fire Department will perform blood pressure checks free of cost at both Fire Station 15 and Fire Station 17. If you are interested in having your blood pressure checked, you can stop by either location, any of the 7 days of the week, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The Longwood Police Department in conjunction with Safe Kids, Seminole County participates in Child Safety Seat Checks and Education. Wearing a seat belt is still the most effective way to save lives and reduce injuries from motor vehicle crashes on America’s roadways. Chances are that someone that you know will be involved in a car crash this year. If they are not buckled up, they’re 50 percent more likely to be injured or killed. Unfortunately, many of those who die will be children; since motor vehicle crashes are still the leading cause of death for children in America.
On the third Tuesday of each month, a Child Safety Seat Check Station is set up at the Longwood Police Department, 235 West Church Avenue, Longwood, Florida. Car seat checks will be done from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance of the dates provided. To make an appointment please contact Marie Tollas by calling 407-260-3424 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Smoke Detector Installation
The Longwood Fire Department is proud to offer smoke alarms to citizens who request assistance. The Longwood Fire Department would also like to extend an offer to install your new alarm at no cost to you. Please contact Fire Marshal Roberson for assistance at 407-260-3460.
Sharps containers are storage devices for hazardous objects like syringes and needles. The containers can be dropped off for disposal at either Longwood Fire Station 7 days a week, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Kids Safe Space Program
This program aims to protect the children in our community by offering a safe haven for abused or abandoned children. When a child arrives at either Fire Station 15 or Fire Station 17, the Fire Department will contact a responder for the Kids Safe Program. Learn more about the Kids Safe Program.
EMS or Fire Stand-By
This service is usually offered during Lyman High football games and special events. There is a scheduled fee for this service. For more information please contact Fire Marshal Jared Roberson at 407-260-3460.