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For more information, contact
Sandra Lluis, Fire Marshal
City of Pembroke Pines Fire
Dept. 10100 Pines Blvd.,
Pembroke Pines, FL 33025 or
call (954) 435-6531 or by
email at:



The Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue Fire Explorer program is designed to provide a positive environment for young people between 14 to 21 years of age who are interested in learning how the Fire Service functions.

The Fire Explorer members learn valuable life skills such as team work, personal accountability, civic responsibility, how to function as part of an organization, pride and ownership of that organization and self awareness. Explorers are also afforded the opportunity to perform firefighting skills in a safe and dynamic environment.

Click Here for Pembroke Pines Fire Explorer Information and Application



The Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue in joint venture with the Pembroke Pines Police Department proudly offers the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and TEEN CERT training programs. The CERT program educates adults and teens about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and provides training for basic disaster response skills such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.

Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT and TEEN CERT members learn to help themselves, their family, and others in their neighborhood, workplace, or school following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. As a member of a CERT or TEEN CERT team, you can respond to disasters, participate in drill and exercises, and take additional training.

For more information, contact: Sergeant Jim Henry at



On August 13, 2012, Pembroke Pines resident Irwin Baron, 84 years of age performed a basic life saving act on victim who suffered a heart attack. The victim collapsed in front of Mr. Baron of which Mr. Baron quickly identified that the victim was not breathing and immediately initiated CPR on a victim.

Pembroke Pines Rescue Units were dispatched to the scene and continued advanced life support treatment. The victim survived the heart attack and made full recovery thanks to Mr. Baron, who initiated immediate CPR. Without a good bystander, CPR and early defibrillation, the victimís outcome would have been much different. In recognition for his heroic act, the Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue Department proudly awarded Mr. Irwin Baron the Phoenix Award, the highest award the fire department gives to a civilian.