St. Johns County Fire Rescue developing master plan to guide future growth

St. Johns County Fire Rescue developing master plan to guide future growth

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. — The population in St. Johns County is growing and now first responders are having to learn how to keep up with it.

St. Johns County fire rescue is working on a plan for future fire stations, staffing and funding needs -- and they need the public's help.

They'll host two meetings for feedback.

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The first will be on Dec. 10 at the Nocatee community clubhouse, the second on Dec.11 at the fire rescue station 5 in St. Augustine.

Additional address information and times:

  • Dec. 10 meeting 6 p.m. - Nocatee Community Clubhouse, 245 Nocatee Center Way, Ponte Vedra, Florida.
  • Dec. 11 meeting 6 p.m. - SJC Fire Rescue Station 5, 3360 U.S.1 South, St. Augustine, Florida.

According to St. Johns County Fire Rescue the meetings should not last more than two hours and light refreshments will be provided.

St. Johns County Fire Rescue is asking attendees to complete a brief questionnaire in addition to the open discussion. For additional information, please call 904-209-1714 or email rfrey@sjcfl.us.