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This Saturday from 9 am – 12 pm all 12 Cape Coral Fire Stations will be open to the public

This Saturday, November 5, the public is invited to visit any of Cape Coral’s 12 fire stations from 9 am – 12 pm for the opportunity to take pictures, see the fire trucks, meet firefighters, participate in a scavenger hunt, and pick up fun and educational fire safety materials.

There will also be free carbon monoxide detectors available at each station thanks to the Florida State Fire Marshal’s Office, in coordination with the Fire Marshals Associations of Lee and Collier Counties, and free mosquito traps thanks to Lee County Mosquito Control District.

The addresses for the fire stations are:

  • Station 1 – 4610 Coronado Parkway
  • Station 2 – 521 Nicholas Parkway
  • Station 3 – 1627 Everest Parkway
  • Station 4 – 2007 Santa Barbara Boulevard
  • Station 5 – 1029 Diplomat Parkway
  • Station 6 – 4540 Chiquita Parkway
  • Station 7 – 3942 Burnt Store Road N
  • Station 8 – 707 SW 1st Street
  • Station 9 – 4107 Pelican Boulevard
  • Station 10 – 3623 Gator Circle West
  • Station 11 – 1038 Burnt Store Road
  • Station 12 – 2129 Chiquita Boulevard

“The annual Open House is a fun and exciting way for us to engage the community,” says Fire Chief Ryan Lamb. “Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the different aspects of the CCFD, our all-hazards response capabilities, and our commitment to the well-being of people in our community. We look forward to welcoming everyone at all of our fire stations on November 5.”

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