Nokomis Volunteer Fire Department
The Nokomis Volunteer Fire Department serves Nokomis, Laurel, South Osprey and all of Casey Key.
There are cost benefits of having a volunteer fire department in the fact that we are NOT funded by your property tax! Yearly fire dues are our main source of funding.
Due to an increase in insurance and fuel prices, you will notice an increase in this years dues/ donations to offset these costs. We are a full service agency that responds to medical emergencies, structure fires, wild-land fires, motor vehicle accidents and fire alarms in our service area.
Please visit our website at www.nokomisvfd.com to learn more about us, our Fire Prevention Program and our Safer Grant Program to better protect and serve our community.
If you live in our service area, consider this an invitation to get to know us better and visit one of your fire stations and meet your crew. If you belong to a property owners association, we would be honored to send a department representative to your next association meeting to describe the capabilities of the Nokomis Volunteer Fire Department and to hear your comments and or concerns.
Smoke/CO Alarm-Safety Project:
NVFD has been conducting safety workshops followed by installation of smoke/CO alarms for homeowners associations in the NVFD District. Information on this project can be obtained at the NVFD. This has been made possible through funding by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.
We thank all of our citizens for their continuing support. Please talk with your neighbors and urge them to join with you in supporting your Nokomis Volunteer Fire Department.
Our pledge is to continue to serve this great community with Pride, Commitment and Loyalty, as we have for the past 64 Years.
For your convenience you can pay or donate on our website by clicking the “Dues/Donations Tab”.
Thank You in Advance for your Support !
The Nokomis Volunteer Fire Commissioners:
Mark O’Connor, Chairman
Mike Barker; M. “Babe” Dalton; Mike Higel; Pete Petrucelli; Robert Markuson and John Vedral
Steve Kona, Fire Chief