New website for the Monaco Fire and Emergency Service

New website for the Monaco Fire and Emergency Service

26 MARCH 2024
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With a modernised design and a more ergonomic interface, the new website gives a realistic view of the services' activities.

This website is designed to offer an interesting and informative way of keeping up with the latest news from the Monaco Fire and Emergency Service, while also giving an insight into our history and the technical resources we use.

Lieutenant-Colonel Maxime YVRARD, Chief Officer of the Service

The Monaco Fire and Emergency Service’s Communication Department collaborated with the Digital Services Department of the Prince's Government to develop this new website.

To find out more, click below:

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