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Key West Fire And Rescue

Today we rolled our first ambulances in the new, in-house 911 EMS service!
Posted a little late, but any time of year is a good time to say hi to our community!

Green City Staffers

Doing our part to reduce Key West's carbon footprint!

Welcome to the Redesigned Key West Web Site

The City of Key West is proud to announce our newly designed web site a As Mayor Craig Cates explains, this site will provide you with with easy access to any aspect...

New City Hall Groundbreaking

The community turned out to celebrate the groundbreaking for the new Key West City Hall at the historic Glynn Archer School.

Citizen Survey in the Mail

If you're one of 1200 Key West households that's been randomly chosen to participate, please watch your mail!

Key West Citizen Survey

We need the commmunity's help to shape out future!

The End of an Era

525 Angela Street has housed City Hall the police department and the fire department during its service to the city since it's construction in 1963. The new fire dearptment Station #2 now stands...

Police Chief Donie Lee

In recognition of Chief Lee's 20 years of service to the Key West Police Department... and still going strong!

Congressman Joe Garcia and the Jaws of Life

Congressman Joe Garcia visited Key West and the Key West Fire Department gave him a demonstration.

Community Policing

Officers Morris taking a little quality time with the neighborhood kids.

Ribbon Cutting at Willie Ward and Nelson English Parks

A community event! And two beautiful parks now surround the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center.

New Old Town Parking Permits

For just $10 a year Key West residents can park in reserved residential spaces. Permits available at the Monroe County Tax Collector's office.

KWFD 9/11 Memorial

The Key West Fire Department, the Key West Police Department and the Old Firehouse Museum paid tribute this morning to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2014....

Back to School Safety

With school back in session, please be extra careful on the streets. Kids are headed to school and we need to allow extra time to slow down and watch out for them, and for the school buses.

Key West Height Answers

The City of Key West is working with FEMA to encourage property owners to heed flood zones.

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Key West property owners need to know the implication of the flood zones.

Spring Explorers Graduation

The Key West Police Department's Explorer Program is going strong! This was the spring break class. This week, the summer session wraps up with a new set of program graduates!

Be Careful!

With the end in sight for the reconstruction of North Roosevelt Blvd., we need to take extra care to be safe on the road. Paving and other part of the project mean there can be unexpected changes...