On March 21 and 22, four Indian Harbour Beach firefighters completed the Emergency Vehicles Operation Course. Firefighters Muldoon, Hozdish, Coleman and Glidden learned about how to safely drive an emergency vehicle while responding to calls, events, or trainings.
The officers and firefighters of the IHBVFD are pleased to be escorting Santa through the city again this year! Santa will make his first appearance at Gleason park on Friday, December 12th at 7:30 p.m. Santa is looking forward to hearing what everyone wants for the holidays, so be sure to bring your list! […]
On August 1, 2014, The Indian Harbour Beach firefighters took Truck 56 to the Indian Harbour Beach Recreation Center at Gleason Park to Water Day for summer camp. The camp staff and children alike were able to work a fire hose and slide across a 25′ slip and slide. A couple of the firefighters could […]
On June 22, 2014, your Indian Harbour Beach VFD along with Melbourne Beach VFD and Indialantic FD went to a live fire training burn. This burn gave all firefighters and officers time to train in actual smoke and heat conditions. Twenty firefighters in all participated. In this burn, every department completed 3 scenarios: 1. […]
The officers and firefighters of the IHBVFD would like to announce that Santa is coming! Santa will first appear at Gleason park on Friday, December 14th at 6:30 p.m. Santa is looking forward to hearing what everyone wants for the holidays. He also said that he will be bringing treats for all the children! […]
The IHBVFD held it’s annual Awards Night Dinner on Saturday January 14, 2012. Congratulations to this years award winners. Firefighter of the Year – Zack Anderson, Bronze Coupling Award – Rick LaDell, Corporation Man of the Year – Hank Aprea, Training Award – Jill Carrick and Matt Cooch, Signal 13 Response to Calls Award – […]
For the third year in a row the IHBVFD was asked to be the food vendor for the Annual Indian Harbour Beach Art Festival. Proceeds generated from this event go towards the continued improvements and maintenance of the Fallen Firefighter and 9-11 Memorials. The IHBVFD thanks everyone for their continued support.