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Monroe County Fire Rescue Available to Help Residents in Need

Monroe County Fire Rescue is available to help residents in its service areas in unincorporated Monroe County whose homes experienced damage from Hurricane Ian. Similar to the days following Hurricane Irma, if any resident needs help gaining access to their homes, removing fallen trees or limbs from driveways, putting tarps on roofs, or removing water-damaged appliances out of their homes, Monroe County Fire Rescue staff is happy and willing to help. 

“We are a tight-knit community who come together to help our neighbors in need in times like this,” said Chief Steve Hudson.

Please call MCFR Sr. Coordinator Mary Moeller at 305-304-0707 to schedule.

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