Fire Department

                                                      Inverness Fire Department

About Us 

The Inverness Fire Department (IFD) is a combination of full and part-time
paid professionals, supplemented by volunteers. All members are
dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of the Inverness Community
 to include residents, business owners and visitors.

Department goals are to deliver highly trained personnel and resources
when and where required.The staff seeks to serve as role models,
responding to community needs, and providing timely service. You will find
IFD members involved in many City events, activities and festivals.

The Inverness Fire Department Service Program includes:

  •  Fire Suppression 24/7 to the community
  •  Support EMS with a Basic Life Support first response crew
  •  Community Involvement 
  •  Provide Fire Prevention Education
  •  Conduct Fire Inspections on local businesses
  •  Review building plans for new commercial structures.

Location

105 S. Apopka Ave. Inverness, Fl 34452

Contact

 Fire Chief: Steve Marfongella 

Email: smarfongella@inverness.gov

Phone: (352) 341-7845

About your Chief

Steve Marfongella has a firefighting career that spans more than 25 years. Chief Marfongella achieved an A.S. Degree in Fire Safety and a B.S. Degree in Public Safety. He began his career as a Volunteer Firefighter, moved onward to become a Firefighter/Paramedic as well as a Fire Academy Instructor. We welcome him to our community and look for a long tenure.
 

Firetruck courthouse



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    Steve Marfongella

    Fire Chief
    Phone: Office: (352) 726-2611 ext 1701, Cell (352) 419-3115

  2. John Mendez

    Firefighter / Emergency Medical Technician

  3. Edward Castelli

    Firefighter/ Emergency Medical Technician

  4. David James

    Firefighter / Paramedic

  5. Non Emergency Fire House


Sign for Safe Haven for Babies
Sign of Safe Place Location
The City of Inverness Fire Department is proud to be the first officially designated Safe Place and Safe Haven site in Citrus County.

"Safe Place" stands for a national program that reaches out to youth to create a network of safe places to deal with difficult situations like problems at home, being locked out of their home, or a dating situation that became dangerous.

"Safe Haven" is a statewide safety program that is available to help struggling mothers reduce newborn abandonment in Florida.