Fire Station Tours

The Deltona Fire Department welcomes guests into our fire stations. There are 5 fire stations in the City of Deltona. Each fire station is strategically located so a DFD vehicle can reach your home in a very short amount of time.  In the event of a non-emergency, you can reach your local fire station in less than 8-10 minutes if you drive. When visiting your local fire station, remember that all stations are working fire stations and crews remain "in-service" during all tours.  In the event that a crew is called away during your visit, we will be happy to re-schedule your tour for another day. The Deltona Fire Department is able to accommodate fire station tours for those with physical disabilities at the following ADA compliant fire stations: 61, 62, 63, 64, and 65.  Please indicate any ADA needs when completing the request form.

Fire station tours are conducted for church groups, schools, social clubs, mom's groups and other organizations and are provided free of charge. All tours are personalized for each group dependent on age/grade in school. This is a great way to meet your local firefighters as well as learn how a fire station operates. The tour will focus primarily on the observation of the fire stations living quarters and fire engines. Guests will also be introduced to the many types of fire fighting and rescue equipment that is carried on a modern day fire truck. In addition to viewing the station, fire prevention and safety tips will also be discussed.

Please Note:  During the month of October, our fire crews visit every Kindergarten class in our community, therefore we do not schedule fire station tours in October.  Please select a tour date during another month.  Thank you.

If you are interested in having a fire station tour at one of our facilities, please call 386-575-6901.  Tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.