|Annual calls||151,812 (2019)|
|Annual budget||$464,638,523 (2019)|
|Staffing||1,544 full-time personnel 189 reserve personnel|
|Fire chief||Brian Fennessy|
How many firefighters are in Orange County?
Orange County Fire Rescue
|Annual calls||124,006 (2017)|
|Employees||1,246 total 1,037 sworn|
|Annual budget||$160,088,138 (2017)|
How many fire stations are in Orlando?
Orlando Fire Department
|Facilities and equipment|
Who started Orange County fire?
The fire started on October 26 around 6:47 AM near Orange County Route S-18 (Santiago Canyon Road) and Silverado Canyon Road, fueled by strong Santa Ana winds gusting up to 80 miles per hour (130 km/h) and low humidity.
How do I become a firefighter in Orange County?
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or high school diploma equivalency certificate. No experience required. License and Certification: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver License by date of appointment.
How many fire stations are in Anaheim?
Anaheim Fire & Rescue
Do you have to be strong to be a firefighter?
A high degree of strength and endurance is crucial for firefighters to enable the safe and effective execution of operational duties. This includes more than fire, with HAZMAT, Rescue and natural disaster relief jobs contributing to the overall workload.
How much money does a firefighter make in Florida?
The average salary for a firefighter in Florida is around $53,340 per year.
Where is the smoke coming from in Orlando?
Smell smoke? See haze? That smoky haze blanketing downtown Orlando is coming from a fire almost 70 miles away, Florida Forest Service and National Weather Service officials said.