Entries by IMFD

All Hazards Guide

Get the All Hazards Guide to Preparedness: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility. Lee County 2017-2018. Here in Lee County it’s not just about hurricanes! The All Hazards Guide has information to answer your questions regarding most of the hazards we face in Southwest Florida. The All Hazards Guide has been published for more than 20 years with… Continue Reading All Hazards Guide

Continue Reading Multimedia Tools to Teach Kids to be Safer Near the Water

Find out about the Pool Safely Pledge, download the Pool Safely Smartphone App and scan the Pool Safely QR code to watch a video and teach young children the Pool Safely Song! Learn more about teaching kids to be safer near the water from Pool Safely multimedia tools. Pool Safely! Teach kids to be safer… Continue Reading Multimedia Tools to Teach Kids to be Safer Near the Water

Continue Reading Pre-Hurricane Preparation Information

Every home should have a 72-Hour Disaster Survival kit. Ensure a minimum three-day (72 hours) supply for each person. Although hurricanes are our focus, other events could require evacuation. Brush fires, hazardous material spills, floods and tornados all have the potential to disrupt our daily activities. Here is a minimum suggested list of survival kit… Continue Reading Pre-Hurricane Preparation Information

Continue Reading Iona-Mcgregor Fire District received a Fire Protection Rating of Class 2

The Iona-McGregor Fire Protection & Rescue Service District has been notified by the Insurance Service Office (ISO) that the fire protection rating for the District will be improving from a Class 4 to a Class 2. The ISO is a national insurance engineering service organization that assigns a public protection classification (PPC) to jurisdictions based… Continue Reading Iona-Mcgregor Fire District received a Fire Protection Rating of Class 2

Continue Reading ISO Summary Report: Insurance Services Office

Public Protection Classification Summary Report for Iona McGregor Fire Department, prepared by Insurance Services Office, Inc., February 2014.  ISO collects and evaluates information from communities in the United States on their structure fire suppression capabilities. The data is analyzed using our Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS™) and then a Public Protection Classification (PPC™) number is… Continue Reading ISO Summary Report: Insurance Services Office