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Public Records

KEVIN EASTON, Fire Chief is the Englewood Area Fire Control District's custodian of public records, pursuant to Section 119.12, Florida Statute. 


Englewood Area Fire Control District
Kevin Easton, Custodian of Public Records
516 Paul Morris Drive
Englewood, FL 34223

Fees/Payment: There is a minimum fee of $0.15 per page for copying documents. However, the fee for most records is $1.00 per certified page (amount of pages per report will vary) and $0.25 for each page there after.


Under Florida Law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send an electronic request. ​Contact the EAFCD Custodian of Public Records in writing. 

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Attorney / Insurance Company Requests

  • All requests from Attorneys or Insurance companies please include the client's name, date of incident and location of incident on all requests for records. 
  • Requests must be made on company's letterhead.

Fire / Environmental Report Requests

  • ​Fire incident reports are considered public record and are available ​upon request. Fire reports are available at our Administrative Office at 516 Paul Morris Dr., Englewood, FL 34223 during normal business hours, ​8:00am to 4:00pm. 
  • It is suggested that the Fire Prevention Department be contacted at      (941) 474-3311 to ensure the report is available. 
  • The date, time and address of incident is requested to process the request. Provide the incident number when available. 
  • If the exact date is unknown, please provide the incident location and approximate month and year of the incident. 

Please note: Fire reports are public records with exception of arson investigation reports unless closed. 


  • All Subpoenas must be hand delivered by service of process or certified mail to the Records Custodian.
  • Subpoenas received by fax, regular mail, or any means will be subject to denial.
  • The Subpoenas must be signed by a person of the court and not stamped.​

The Englewood Area Fire Control District Records Department processes all requests for public records generated by the general public and the media. These may include, but are not limited to; incident reports, district personnel files, district policies and procedures data reports, and interoffice memos. To streamline processing, ensure accuracy and track progress, all public record requests will be logged and verified; copies of pertinent records will be obtained and released to the requesting party.

All requests are processed in the order in ​which they are received. ​

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