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To residential customers and guests of the City of Panama City Beach water system at the following location: Wild Heron Way, Wild Heron Subdivision. Due to the planned replacement of the Wild Heron subdivision master water meter, the area listed above will experience a scheduled temporary loss in pressure between the hours of 12:00 a.m. through 3:00 a.m. on June 19, 2018. If you live in the Wild Heron subdivision, you may experience discolored water approximately 24 hours after your water service has been restored. As a precaution, we advise that all water used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing of dishes be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. As an alternative, bottled water may be used.

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Our team consists of 38 dedicated fire rescue personnel including one Fire Chief, a Deputy Chief, and two Fire Inspectors. Additionally each shift is comprised of one Battalion Chief, one Captain, two Lieutenants, and six Firefighters.  All fire rescue personnel are  EMTs or Paramedics.



Panama City Beach Fire Rescue responds to all types of incidents including fires, motor vehicles crashes, medical emergencies, rescues and more. We are proud to announce that we respond to all emergencies with ALS response. Listed below are the number of incidents we have responded in the past 13 years:

  • 2017 - 4,513 incidents 
  • 2016 - 4,616 incidents 
  • 2015 - 4,647 incidents
  • 2014 - 4,291 incidents
  • 2013 - 4,015 incidents
  • 2012 - 3,601 incidents
  • 2011 - 3,449 incidents
  • 2010 - 3,636 incidents
  • 2009 - 3,495 incidents
  • 2008 - 3,547 incidents
  • 2007 - 2,942 incidents
  • 2006 - 2,228 incidents
  • 2005 - 2,142 incidents
  • 2004 - 2,115 incidents