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Fire Rescue

Public Safety Facility, Station 69: (727) 938-3737, 444 South Huey Ave, Fax (727) 934-0598

Station 70: (727) 934-2760, 1025 Gulf Rd, Fax (727) 943-4064

Station 71:  (727) 940-5996 ,1600 L & R Industrial Boulevard

Mission Statement:

Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue mission is to protect the lives and property of our community  through emergency response, prevention and education.  We are dedicated to providing  services which provide for the safety and welfare of the public and the environment.  We are  committed to being prepared to respond to all emergencies and disasters.  Members of Tarpon  Springs Fire Rescue will continually represent themselves, their Department and their  community in a professional manner, which will provide positive examples for others to follow.  

History of the Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue

Patch

City leaders wanted to show more of the heritage of the  City in the emblem used as the City Seal.  One of the  Tarpon Springs Police Officers, known for his artistic  talents, designed the emblem that depicts Tarpon  Springs, its heritage, and the historical values in 1979.   The emblem shows a water scene to depict the coastal  community and importance of the mariner.  On the water are several boats; one catching a  Tarpon, the namesake of the City.  Another boats symbolizes the sponge harvesting vessels that are a significant part of the history of the City's economy.  Lighthouse Island, also known as Ancolte Island, is portrayed in the background with the sun setting in the western sky.  The Lighthouse lights the way  for all mariners to find their way home to Tarpon Springs.  This artwork was adopted as the official Seal of the City of Tarpon Springs and the Fire Department incorporated it into the seal for the Fire Service, the  Maltese cross shown at left, resulting in the patch used by today's Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue.
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Copyright © 2015 City of Tarpon Springs. All rights registered

Fire Rescue

Public Safety Facility, Station 69: (727) 938-3737,

444 South Huey Ave, Fax (727) 934-0598

Station 70: (727) 934-2760, 1025 Gulf Rd, Fax (727) 943-

4064

Station 71:  (727) 940-5996 ,1600 L & R Industrial

Boulevard

Mission Statement:

Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue mission is to protect the  lives and property of our community through  emergency response, prevention and education.  We  are dedicated to providing services which provide  for the safety and welfare of the public and the  environment.  We are committed to being prepared  to respond to all emergencies and disasters.   Members of Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue will  continually represent themselves, their Department  and their community in a professional manner, which  will provide positive examples for others to follow.  

History of the Tarpon Springs Fire

Rescue Patch

City leaders wanted to show more of the heritage of  the City in the emblem used as the City Seal.  One  of the Tarpon Springs Police Officers, known for his  artistic talents, designed the emblem that depicts  Tarpon Springs, its heritage, and the historical  values in 1979.   The emblem shows a water scene to depict the  coastal community and importance of the mariner.   On the water are several boats; one catching a  Tarpon, the namesake of the City.  Another boats  symbolizes the sponge harvesting vessels that are a  significant part of the history of the City's economy.   Lighthouse Island, also known as Ancolte Island, is  portrayed in the background with the sun setting in  the western sky.  The Lighthouse lights the way for  all mariners to find their way home to Tarpon  Springs. This artwork was adopted as the official Seal of the  City of Tarpon Springs and the Fire Department  incorporated it into the seal for the Fire Service, the  Maltese cross shown at left, resulting in the patch  used by today's Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue.
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