2017 Incidents

 

Fire

EMS

Total

2016

2015

Jan

99

150

249

211

240

Feb

95

137

232

274

235

Mar

99

147

246

246

264

Apr

104

147

251

224

260

May

79

115

194

249

259

Jun

97

134

231

197

216

Jul

84

151

235

234

236

Aug

85

167

252

261

222

Sep

87

153

240

260

213

Oct

81

147

228

214

232

Nov

80

160

240

220

221

Dec

80

177

257

260

221

Total

1070

1785

2855

2854

2819

Past Incidents

2013:

2551

2014:

2809

2012:

2381

2011:

2417

2010:

2223

2009:

2035

2008:

1913

2007:

1517

 The mission of Pace Fire Rescue District is: 
“We are dedicated to providing efficient Fire  Protection and Advanced Life Support services to the citizens and visitors of the  Pace Fire Rescue District and Santa Rosa County.”
The mission of Pace Fire Rescue District is:
We are dedicated to providing efficient Fire  Protection and Advanced Life Support services to the citizens and visitors of the  Pace Fire Rescue District and Santa Rosa County.”

 

 

News Release

 

For immediate release:                                                         For more information, contact:

January 3, 2018                                                                       Chief Robbie Whitfield, 850-994-6884

 

Pace, Florida - The Insurance Services Office (ISO), a national insurance industry risk rating and assessment service, recently announced Pace Fire Rescue District’s fire protection rating will improve from a Class 6/9 to a Class 4/4x on March 1, 2018.

 

“We are very pleased that our rating has improved by two classes,” said Chief Robbie Whitfield. “Not only does this means our level of fire protection service has improved but it could also earn lower property insurance rates for home and business owners within the Pace Fire Rescue District.”

 

ISO rates fire departments on a scale of one to 10, with an ISO class 1 rating considered the most effective fire defense system from an insurance analysis perspective and an ISO Class 10 rating considered the least effective. ISO ratings play an important role in the underwriting process at insurance companies. Most major U.S. insurers use these ratings as part of their decision-making when determining what coverages to offer or premiums to charge for personal or commercial property insurance.

 

The ISO’s process for the rating is based on surveying and inspecting all aspects of a fire departments achievements since its last review in January 2013.

 

ISO officials consider 911 communications and the fire hydrant water supply and many other factors of quality fire and rescue service in the rating process.

 

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