The operations of the Dunedin Fire Rescue is composed of three shifts, each containing16 people: 1 District Chief, 4 personnel assigned to Engine 60, 4 assigned to Engine 61, 4 assigned to Engine 62 and3 personnel assigned to Truck 60. They work a 24-hour shift. There are three different shifts, which means that one-third of the department is on duty and two-thirds are off duty at any one time. Dunedin Fire Rescue operates three fire stations.
Also known as the Rick Seissian Fire Station 60 is located at 1046 Virginia Street. This is the main station and is next door to Fire administration. It is home to Engine 60, Truck 60, District 60 and Brush 60. Engine 60 is one of the busiest ALS engines in Pinellas County.
Station 61 is located at 903 Michigan Boulevard. This station has one engine, Engine 61. Station 61 is now the new home of the old 1922 LaFrance, the original Engine that served Dunedin as a first response vehicle from 1922 to 1947; it was previously housed at Station 62. Today it is used for parades and special events.
Station 62 is located at 2833 Belcher Road. This station has four personnel assigned to Engine 62.