Fire Stations

Monroe County Fire Rescue operates nine fire stations and co-operates the Trauma Star air ambulance service with Monroe County Sheriff's Office. 

Safe Haven

All Monroe County Fire Stations are a Safe Haven for Newborns. Confidential 24/7 & Multilingual Florida Helpline: 1-877-767-2229 National Helpline: 1-844-767-2229.

Station 7

Station 7 - Key West

International Airport
3491 S Roosevelt Boulevard
Key West, FL 33040
Phone: 305-809-5220


Fire Station 8.1

Station 8 - Stock Island

5655 MacDonald Avenue
Mile Marker (MM) 5
Stock Island, FL 33040
Phone: 305-292-2797


Station 9Station 9 - Big Coppitt

28 Emerald Drive
MM 10
Big Coppitt, FL 33040
Phone: 305-295-0587


Station 10

Station 10 - Sugarloaf

17175 Overseas Highway
MM 17
Sugarloaf, FL 33042
Phone: 305-745-2210


Monroe County Fire Station 11 Cudjoe Key Front View

Station 11 - Cudjoe

22352 Overseas Highway
MM 20
Cudjoe Key, FL 33042
Phone: 305-745-9014


Station 13 Big Pine

Station 13 - Big Pine

390 Key Deer Boulevard
MM 30.5
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Phone: 305-872-0975


Conch Key Fire Station 4

Station 17 - Conch Key

10 S Conch Avenue
MM 63
Conch Key, FL 33050
Phone: 305-289-1313


Station 18

Station 18 - Layton

68260 Overseas Highway
MM 68.5
Layton, FL 33001
Phone: 305-664-4217


Station 22

Station 22 - Tavernier

151 Marine Avenue
MM 92
Tavernier, FL 33070
Phone: 305-852-6285


Trauma Star helicopter at a bridge accident

Trauma Star

Air Ambulance
10100 Overseas Highway
MM 50
Marathon, FL 33050
Phone: 305-289-1467

Municipal Fire Rescues

Monroe County ISO Ratings

All Monroe County Fire Rescue stations in unincorporated Monroe County have an ISO rating of 3. The ISO scores fire departments on how they are doing against organizational standards to determine property insurance costs. The ratings are done from 1 to 10, with 1 being the highest score.

What are ISO Ratings?

The Insurance Services Office rates fire departments and their communities against their organization’s standards to determine property insurance costs.

This ISO rating is a product of data that is analyzed using a Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS) manual containing the criteria ISO uses in reviewing the fire prevention and fire suppression capabilities of individual communities or fire protection areas. The schedule measures the major elements of a community’s fire protection system and develops a numerical grading called a Public Protection Classification (PPC).  

The PPC summary report is prepared with an evaluation that emphasizes Monroe County Fire Rescue’s emergency communications, quality of infrastructure and apparatus inventory, the distribution of fire stations in the area, staffing and training, the community’s water supply for fire suppression and testing of its pumps, the fire prevention program, fire safety education, and fire investigation. The result of the evaluation is a PPC grade that is assigned to the respective community.

Accordingly, an ISO rating reflects a community's investment in fire mitigation and is a proven and reliable predictor of future fire losses. Statistical data on insurance losses bears out the relationship between excellent fire protection – as measured by a PPC – and low fire losses. 

Insurance companies use PPC information for marketing, underwriting, and to help establish fair premiums for homeowners and commercial fire insurance premiums. In general, the price of fire insurance in a community with a good PPC grade is substantially lower than in a community with a poor PPC grade, assuming all other factors are equal.

ISO recognizes the dynamic and comprehensive duties of a community's fire service and understands the complex decisions a community must make in planning and delivering emergency services. However, in developing a community’s PPC grade, only features related to reducing property losses from structural fires are evaluated.

The above information is for unincorporated Monroe County. Municipalities should be contacted for their individual ratings.