“I am proud that our city was among the very first to take a stand against the law.” – Mayor Jeri Muoio
Nothing is more important than keeping the pressure on to fight SR 7.
The top three items: SR 7, federal dollars for new firefighters and Promise Zone designations
“Every disaster is a local disaster,” said City of WPB emergency officials.
Nine New West Palm Beach Firefighters About To Hit the Streets.
Members of WPB Police and Fire walked the property to ensure it’s safe to open.
National Magazine Applauds WPB Fire Rescue for the “outstanding professionalism, the degree of etiquette, and the outstanding interpersonal skills.”
Millions of dollars continues to be slashed from department budgets across the city.
Company says there may be fireworks floating in Intracoastal waterway. Public is asked to keep an eye out.
There are four new firefighters on the streets of West Palm Beach today after their graduation ceremony Friday evening.
Mayor & Police Chief say it’s business as usual for the city’s upcoming events.
Carlos Cabrera becomes first Hispanic Chief in City’s History West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio has appointed Assistant Chief Carlos Cabrera to the position of Fire Chief. The City Commission confirmed the appointment making Chief Cabrera the first Hispanic Fire chief in the city’s history. Mayor Muoio selected Cabrera for his strong record of service […]
City of West Palm Beach Fire Chief Phillip Webb has announced he will retire on May 27 and accept the city’s voluntary separation program offer which was extended to all employees as part of the effort to reduce expenses. Chief Webb thanked City firefighters for their dedication, “It has been an honor to work next […]
Firefighters to Practice Their 4th of July Rappel Down New Building WHO: City of West Palm Beach Fire Rescue Department WHAT: Practice Run of Rappel & Flag Unfurling for 4th on Flagler If you see WPB firefighters hanging off the side of Phillips Point, there is no need for alarm and there is no emergency. The […]
(Friday, December 19, 2008) West Palm Beach residents hoping to learn more about public safety and get involved in their City government have an exciting new opportunity. The West Palm Beach Police and Fire Rescue Departments will be offering a 13-week Citizen Police and Fire Academy to the public. Space is limited, so sign up […]
What: 5th Annual Firestorm Teen Camp Media Day Live Fire Exercise When: Thursday April 10, 2008, 11AM Where: Fire Station # 2 , 4301 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach Teenagers attending “Firestorm,” a week-long firefighting camp, will battle smoke and flames as part of an exercise donning full gear and engaging an authentic structure […]
The City of West Palm Beach Fire Rescue Department, urges all City residents to leave a distance of at least 3′ (3 feet) between your space or kerosene heater, and combustible items during this cold snap. All users of kerosene heaters, please be ensure that you purchase only kerosene, and not gasoline when refilling your […]
The Fire department for the City of West Palm Beach will be honoring the city’s finest at a ceremony Wednesday, Oct.17th, 6 PM at the Cuillo Theatre, 201 Clematis Street. The Firefighter of the year award will be presented along with other awards rewarding acts of heroism. Promotions will also be announced.
04/04/07 – Teenagers attending “Firestorm,” a week-long firefighting camp, will get up close and personal with smoke and fire as part of an exercise on Thursday, April 5, 2007 beginning at approximately 10:00 A.M. at Fire Station #2, 4301 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.