Fire Rescue & EMS Records
Osceola Fire Rescue & EMS maintains a variety of records. According to state law, all state, county, and municipal non-exempt records are open for personal inspection and copying by any person. Please note that if the nature or volume of a public information request is such that it requires extensive use of information technology resources or extensive clerical or supervisory assistance, an additional fee may be charged. For more information on fees, refer to "Appendix N - Administrative Fees" on our Fee Resolutions page.
To begin the Permit Research process, which would identify potential environmental concerns as well as commonly requested records such as Fire Code violations and Fire Inspection reports, create a free account at https://permits.osceola.org and search for the property address or parcel ID.
These can be requested using the Public Records Request form and may be related to our response to a fire or medical emergency. These reports typically do not contain sensitive medical data, but rather the essential information about the incident, including type, timeframe, and units responding.
Please note that records such as CAD data and 911 call information are maintained by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. These documents can be requested directly from the Sheriff’s Office using this link.
Records relating to Emergency Medical Services or billing contain information protected from disclosure by local, State, or Federal law. To request these records, you will be required to submit proof of identification, a signed release, and/or other legal documents.
Submit a request online using our Public Records Request Form.
Subpoenas for records from Osceola County Fire Rescue & EMS must be served to the Office of the County Attorney. Subpoenas served in person, by mail, or by fax to our office on Partin Settlement Road will be directed to the County Attorney’s Office for processing.
County Attorney’s Office
1 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, FL 34741