Fruitland Park Police Department

  • Agency: Fruitland Park Police Department
  • Address: 506 W. Berckman, Fruitland Park, 34731 FL
  • Chief: Terry Isaacs (Chief of Police)
Phone: (352)343-2101
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Fruitland Park Police Department is located at 506 W. Berckman, Fruitland Park, 34731 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Terry Isaacs. The Fruitland Park Police Department phone number is (352)343-2101.

Fruitland Park Police Department News

NOTICE: STORM DEBRIS PICKUP HURRICANE IRMA The contractor hired by the City of Fruitland Park to clean up debris created by Hurricane Irma will cease operation Friday, November 3, 2017. At that point in time all streets in the City limits of Fruitland Park will have been serviced. Residents residing in those portions of Fruitland Park outside the City limits are under the purview of Lake County, as such, all storm debris in those areas will be picked up by the contractor hired by the Lake County to carry out that task. Due to contractual obligations between the County and its designated contractor the City is precluded from picking up debris in those areas.

NOTICE: STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Commencing today Monday October 23 the City will be removing storm damage debris on the following streets. We anticipate being in this area Monday, October Monday 23, through Wednesday October 25. Phoenix Grizzard Plumosa Palm Old Dixie Seminole Griffin St Villa

NOTICE: STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Commencing today Thursday, October 12 the City will be removing storm damage debris on the following streets. We anticipate being in this area Monday, October Monday 23, Through Wednesday October 25. Phoenix Grizzard Plumosa

Thank you Melissa from Texas Road House in Lady Lake for the steak lunch. Also very special shout out to Michelle Yoder from The City of Fruitland Park for helping setting it all up. We are very thankful.

This past week Fruitland Park Fire Department in junction with Fruitland Park Elementary, Fruitland Park Library, and camp Geneva participated in a 3-day fire prevention class for the students in grades K-1. The students learned about smoke detectors, stop-drop-and roll, as well as what fire fighters look like in and out of their bunker gear. As well as not being afraid if you see a fire man or woman while in their gear. The students looked through Engine 56 and learned about some of the various tools and equipment on the truck. Chief Gilpin would like to personally thank Fruitland Park Elementary, Fruitland Park Library, and camp Geneva for inviting us to come out and participate in fire prevention week with the children of the community, as well as thank the fire fighters who took the time out of their day to ensure that this event went on without a problem. Chief Gilpin also extends a personal thank you to Leesburg Fire for covering the city of Fruitland Park while Engine 56 conducted the fire prevention classes.

Firefighter Pablo Echevarria getting hugs for days!

Firefighter Pablo Echevarria put on gear and gave out many high 5s to all the kids today showing them that firemen are not scary!

Capt. Steve Whitaker is showing the truck and tools of the trade to the kids from Fruitland Park Elementary school during fire safety presentation today.

NOTICE: STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Commencing today Thursday, October 12 the City will be removing storm damage debris on the following streets. We anticipate being in that area Thursday, October 12 through Monday, October 16 or longer required. Willard Ave. Mulberry St. Leconte St. Southern Dr. Laborde Drive Also please note the Strom debris dumpster that had been located in Veterans Park have been removed.

NOTICE: STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Commencing today Tuesday October 10 the City will be removing storm damage debris on the following streets will anticipate being in that area Tuesday October 10 through Thursday, October 12 or longer if needed. Pagoda Mandarin Valley Blue Moon Also please note the Strom debris dumpster that had been located in Veterans Park have been removed.

STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Effective October 6, 2017, the city will be removing storm-damaged debris from the following streets through Monday, October 9 and Tuesday, October 10, 2017 or longer if needed: • Mulberry, • Bottomly, and • Judith

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Automatic Commercial Fire Alarm call for service on North 14th St in Leesburg.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Automatic Commercial Fire Alarm call for service on West Main St in Leesburg.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Motor Vehicle Accident call for service at the intersection of West North Blvd and Lee St in Leesburg.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Medical Call for service on Tally Rd in Leesburg.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Medical Call for service on South Dixie Ave.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Special Detail call for service on Marcella Way in Leesburg.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Medical Call for service on West Miller St.

FPFR ENG-56 responded to a Medical Call for service on Urick St.

STORM DEBRIS PICKUP Effective October 4, 2017, the city will be removing storm-damaged debris from the following streets through Tuesday, October 10, 2017: Hawks Landing, Wingspread, Otters Court, and Otters Pond.

FPFR ENG-561 responded to a Medical Call for service on Ridgewood Dr.