Pasco County Fire Rescue

Pasco County Fire Rescue, covering 764 square miles in Pasco County including the areas of Brooksville, Dade City, Jasmine Estates, San Antonio & Saint Leo.

Pasco County Fire Rescue started as the Pasco Emergency Services. In 1974 the department began as a career fire department and began as the Pasco Couty Fire Rescue. In 1988 Highway 52 Volunteer Fire Department was taken over from the department. In 1977 Hudson Volunteer Fire Department was absorbed into the fire district. Magnolia Valley Volunteer Fire Department merged in 2002.

*Station 10 – Bayonet Point
*Station 11 – Embassy Hills / Port Richey
*Station 12 – Holiday
*Station 13 – Wesley Chapel
*Station 14 – River Ridge / New Port Richey
*Station 15 – Trinity
*Station 16 – Zephyrhills
*Station 17 – Vets. Village
*Station 18 – Crystal Springs
*Station 19 – Sea Forest
*Station 20 – Shady Hills / Spring Hill
*Station 21 – Hudson
*Station 22 – Land O’ Lakes
*Station 23 – Lutz
*Station 24 – Dade City
*Station 26 – Meadow Point
*Station 27 – San Antonio
*Station 28 – Land O’ Lakes
*Station 29 – Magnolia Valley
*Station 30 – New Port Richey East
*Station 32 – Richland
*Station 33 – Travelers Rest
*Station 34 – Tri-Community / Lacoochee
*Station 35 – West Pasco / Embassy Hills
*Station 36 – St. Joe
*Station 37 – Sun Lake
Station 38 – Wesley Chapel
*Station 39 – Heritage Pines
*No Station Information at this time
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