Fire Rescue

Fire Trucks lined up in front of the Fire Station

Boat Fueling of Number 2 Fuel (Diesel)

The City of Lighthouse Point has a code governing the fueling of boats with Number 2 fuel via mobile bunkering. No gasoline is allowed.

The City Code, Section 14-5 Storage of Lighthouse Point Gas and Number 2 Fuel Oil, stipulates that only companies permitted by the Lighthouse Point Fire Rescue Department are allowed to conduct mobile bunkering services in the City. Before a permit to fuel is issued by the Fire Rescue Department a fire Inspector will inspect the vehicle(s), verify that the company has a third-party agreement with a cleanup company, and holds the necessary permits and insurance to conduct this type of business. The permit is renewed annually. 

The following companies are currently permitted to deliver Number 2 fuel (diesel) docked within the City limits. (No gasoline is allowed.):

Broward Oil Company - (permit expires April 1, 2021)

  • Tag Number N3545B Kenworth

Lank Oil - (permit expires May 30, 2021)

  • Tag Number N1160W Peterbilt #81
  • Tag Number N45012 Peterbilt #83
  • Tag Number P8626A Peterbilt #88

Anchor Petroleum DBA DLS Petroleum - (permit expires April 1, 2021)

  • Tag Number P3558D Peterbilt Number 4
  • Tag Number P3561D Peterbilt Number 7
  • Tag Number P3562D Peterbilt Number 8
  • Tag Number P3563D Freightliner Number 9

Fuel U Fast - (permit expires March 1, 2021)

  • Tag Number N3891R Freightliner
  • Tag Number HCXF54 Mack

No other companies have completed the permit process set forth in the City Code. If you have any questions regarding this activity, please do not hesitate to contact the Fire Rescue Department at 954-941-2624.

Upgraded Insurance Services Office (ISO) Rating Fire Protection - Class 2

On September 1, 2017, the Lighthouse Point Fire Department was upgraded to a Class 2 department, thereby improving our fire insurance rating.

The Insurance Services Office (ISO) surveys communities and provides a numerical rating from 1 to 10 based on the fire protection services provided by a community. A ranking of 1 is the highest and 10 the lowest. Most insurers use the Public Protection Classification rating system for underwriting and calculating premiums for residential, commercial, and industrial properties. This rating positively affects the fire insurance premium rates in a community.

According to the ISO, only 4.3% of communities nation-wide have a rating of Class 1, 2, or 3. Therefore, Lighthouse Point is rated by ISO in the top 3% in the nation in providing fire protection services. This is a great achievement for our City and the Fire Department!