8TH ANNUAL ST. LUCIE COUNTY SAFETY FESTIVAL
THE 2022 SAFETY FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 30TH, 2022.
The 2022 Safety Festival will be held on Saturday, April 30 at Clover Park (home of the Mets). We are planning for another great community event with live demonstrations by our First Responders, static displays, food trucks, kids zone, and vendors.
The event will feature all things Safety related: home, driver, water, bike, pedestrian, pet, ID, school, hurricane safety, and more. There will also be a Kids Zone including FREE Bounce Houses!
The event will include displays and demonstrations by local First Responders, subject to change depending on the pandemic, and include: the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, St. Lucie County Fire District, Florida Fire Marshall’s Association, Port St. Lucie Police, Ft. Pierce Police, St. Lucie Mets, Fish and Wildlife, St. Lucie Safety Coalition, St. Lucie County Schools, United Veterans, Emergency Services, Blood Mobile and many others.
It will include a SWAT Team demonstration, a burn unit-fire demonstration, jaws-of-life demonstration, a kids zone, arts/crafts, food/drink, vendors and more.
Set up for the event will be 7am-9am. The Safety Event will be open 9-2pm.
There is no cost for admission or parking.
A portion of the proceeds of the event will benefit The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County.
Ladies Self Defense – All Florida Security
Fire Burn Demonstration – St. Lucie County Fire District
Watch how quickly a fire can engulf an entire room of your home – and find out ways to neutralize fire spread.
K9 Demonstration – Port St. Lucie Police Department
Meet some of the finest canines and their trainers. See the latest dog training and handling in action.
Police Drone/SWAT Demo – Port St. Lucie Police Department
Witness Port St. Lucie Police’s elite SWAT unit and their capabilities
Jaws of Life Demonstration – St. Lucie County Fire District
Everyone has heard about the Jaws of Life but fortunately not everyone has experienced it. Witness the Jaws of Life in action as members of the St. Lucie County Fire District open up a car to rescue a trapped victim.
If you have questions or would like additional information about this event, please let us know.