Please Visit FHS Firehouse Collection Boxes to Drop

off Donations Any Time

Local businesses and fire fighters gathered on Sunday, November 24 for the unveiling of Flagler Humane Society’s “ FHS Firehouse Collection Boxes” that were developed through a collaborative effort by valued partners of the shelter.   Nine FHS Firehouse Collection Boxes will be placed outside at both city and countyfire/rescue stations to provide a convenient and safe way for residents to help provide needed items to care for pets at the shelter.  Donations needed include  items ranging from food, litter and toys to medical and cleaning supplies.  County Chief Fire Inspector Joe King was in attendance for the unveiling and festivities.  Inspector King voiced his approval, saying “We’re all for the Fire Department’s involvement, knowing it would be convenient for the public to visit their nearest fire station to donate supplies to the shelter. We welcome them to stop by and donate!” He prefaced it by saying it was a “great idea.”
Firehouse group photo


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City of Palm Coast Locations

Station 21
9 Corporate Dr.
Palm Coast, FL 32137-4712

Station 22
307 Palm Coast Pkwy.
Palm Coast, FL 32137-4712

Station 23
5750 Belle Terre Pkwy
Palm Coast, FL 32137-3811

Station 24
1505 Palm Harbor Pkwy
Palm Coast, FL 32137-8093

Station 25
1250 Belle Terre Pkwy
Palm Coast, FL 32164-2379

County Locations

Station 92
130 Airport Road
Bunnell, FL 32164-2303

Station 51
3055 County Rd. 13
Bunnell, FL 32110-4415

Station 41
5593 N. Oceanshore Blvd.
Palm Coast, FL 32137-2701

Station 16
3935 Old Dixie Hwy.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174-9208

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