Cape Coral Fire Dept. News

Fri
13
Jan
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Fire Dept. touts recent holiday community campaigns as record successes

During the holidays, the Cape Coral Fire Department promotes two community campaigns.

One of those programs is “Keep the Wreath Green.”

Keep the Wreath Green is a way to remind Cape Coral citizens the importance of fire safety during the holiday season. On December 1, the Department hangs a wreath outside Fire Station 4 on Santa Barbara Boulevard. The wreath is filled with green lights. When the department responds to a call of a preventable fire, such as cooking, smoking, candles, space heaters, etc., a green light is replaced with a red light.

Mon
12
Dec
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Apartment fire becomes first 'red bulb' of holiday season

A Thursday night fire at Parker House Apartments became the first red bulb on the wreath at Cape Coral's Fire Station 4 this holiday season.

At approximately 10:30pm Thursday evening, firefighters responded to a call of a commercial structure fire at the apartment complex located in the 3800 block of Del Prado Blvd. S.

Upon arrival, smoke could be seen coming from an apartment on the southeast corner on the second level of the complex. According to the department, firefighters made entry and discovered the fire in the bedroom of the apartment.

Mon
05
Dec
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Cape Fire Dept. kicks off annual 'Keep the Wreath Green' campaign

On Thursday, December 1, the Cape Coral Fire Department began its annual “Keep the Wreath Green” fire safety campaign.

For the fourth year, the department places a wreath illuminated with green bulbs at Fire Station 4, located at 2007 Santa Barbara Boulevard.  If a preventable fire such as cooking, smoking, space heaters, candles, etc. occurs between December 1 and January 1, one of the green bulbs will change to red.

Fri
25
Nov

Cape Coral Fire Dept. launches holiday toy drive

From now until December 16, the Cape Coral Fire Department will be collecting toys and gifts for children in the community who have special needs, suffer from chronic illnesses such as cancer, are in foster care, or have families struggling with financial difficulties.

“For more than 20 years, through the participation of our citizens, volunteers and business partners, the Cape Coral Fire Department has been able to provide gifts to these Cape Coral children and make their holiday a little bit brighter,” said Fire Chief Donald Cochran.

Wed
12
Oct

Cape Coral Fire Dept. to host 7th annual 'Open House' Oct. 15

This Saturday, October 15, the Cape Coral Fire Department will host its seventh annual open house.

Between 9:00am and 1:00pm, the public is invited to visit any of Cape Coral’s ten fire stations for a day with your fire department.

Each station provides visitors the opportunity to tour the station, meet firefighters, and learn about the fire apparatus and equipment. There will also be fun, educational, and different public safety displays and activities at each station. Giveaways and games with prizes (while supplies last) will be at each station as well.

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