Fire Prevention & Community Services
The Mount Dora Fire Department strives to help prevent emergency before it occurs by providing comprehensive educational programs and emergency-specific literature. We offer fire safety education classes to businesses, nursing homes, medical facilities, residents, schools, day care centers, and community groups.
Fire Station Tours
During a tour, we discuss the elements of fire and emergency services, fire safety and if the firefighters are not on a call, they often conduct a walk in tour of the station. Please call ahead to schedule a station tour.
As part of an extended service, we offer free blood-pressure checks Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm at MDFD Station 34, 1300 North Donnelly Street.
Hurricane Awareness & Preparation
It is our goal to insure that our residents have the tools necessary to understand the effects of a hurricane and take precautions to survive safely when they occur. If you would like us to present Hurricane Awareness and Preparation to your group, please contact the Administration Office at (352) 735-7140, ext. 2101.
We love our community! We are always at community events such as parades, City festivals, school fundraisers, back to school events and more. Please stop by and say hi!
We are also proud participants in Relay For Life and Toys for Tots. The United States Marine Corps Reserve recognized Firefighter Churchwell with the Commander's Award for outstanding support for the Maine Toys for Tots Program. With help from our beloved community, our station is the largest donation contributor in the county!