The Fire Department is testing fire hydrants in the following area today:

  • Saddle Club Estates within Ranch Road, Paddock Lane and Saddle Lane

 Residents may notice a drop in pressure and yellow water when the tap is first turned on.  Let the water run until it runs clear.

Fire Rescue and Emergency Medical Services

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The City of Weston contracts with the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) Department of Fire Rescue and Emergency Services Operations for fire and emergency services.  The Weston District has an ISO Public Protection Classification rating of 1, the highest rating attainable, which provides a direct financial benefit to residents and business owners who are likely to see a reduction in fire insurance premiums, as well as the benefit of superior service and response.

The BSO Fire Rescue and EMS Department provides services to Weston residents from three strategically located, City-owned stations that operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The City of Weston’s partnership with BSO also allows Weston to utilize the Department’s resources that are available countywide; including Fire Marshal service for building plan review; fire prevention and investigation; hazardous materials unit (HAZMAT); technical and confined space unit; mass casualty unit; and airborne trauma evacuation.  These services are provided to the City at no additional expense.

The BSO Fire Rescue and EMS Department is led by Weston Chief Todd Draizin.