Chief Ron Bolser

Our Mission

Through knowledge and skills, The Bunnell Volunteer Fire Department is committed to provide professional services to the community in order to minimize the loss of life and property through prevention, suppression, and mitigation of hazards, within the scope of available resources.

Our Services

Welcome to the Bunnell Fire Department. Thank you for visiting and taking a few moments to browse our web pages. You will become better acquainted with our fire personnel and the services and programs we offer. You may even gain information that will save your life.

The department serves the 2600 citizens, many visitors, and 141 square miles of property with 20 volunteer fire fighters and one part-time fire chief paid by the City of Bunnell. The purpose of the Bunnell Fire Department is to protect lives, property and the environment of the citizens and visitors of Bunnell by providing the highest level of service through fire prevention, public education, fire suppression, and the mitigation of the effects of natural and manmade disasters with the resources and funding available.

Our dedicated volunteers contribute numerous hours every week training, maintaining our equipment, and protecting the lives and property of the citizens and visitors of Bunnell. If you would like to join our team of dedicated volunteers, fill out a volunteer application and drop it by the Bunnell Fire Department at 1601 Old Moody Blvd or at City Offices in the Flagler County Government Services Building, 1769 E. Mood Blvd.