City of Largo, Florida
Largo Fire Rescue was formed in the early 1900s and operated as an all-volunteer department until 1921. In 1970, the department became fully career-staffed. Today the department has 137 sworn firefighters and 9 civilian employees. Professionally trained personnel provide fire protection, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response and mitigation, technical rescue operations, fire prevention and inspection, community education, and disaster planning service.
Pinellas County is the fifth most populated county in the state with 929,050 residents and is the most densely populated with 4,407 persons per square mile. Largo Fire Rescue provides fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) services to more than 100,000 residents in a service area of approximately 30.5 square miles.
Largo Fire Rescue's Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating is a Class 1.
News and Announcements
- Hurricane Irma: Post-Storm Information
The City of Largo is coordinating post-storm recovery efforts. Find important information about debris collection, FEMA assistance and more.
- Take These Steps for Hurricane Preparedness
Do not delay in preparing for a storm. Learn how by following these tips.
- Senator Jeff Brandes Rides with Largo Fire Rescue
On Wednesday October 26, Florida Senator Jeff Brandes and Largo Vice Mayor Jamie Robinson got a behind-the-scenes look at a typical day in the life of a Largo Fire Rescue firefighter when they ...
201 Highland Ave
Largo, FL 33770
- Phone: (727) 587-6714
- Fax: (727) 587-6798
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