Fanning Springs has gone from an Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating of five down to a four. Fire Chief Ron McQueen made the announcement on Sept. 2 during his report at the city council meeting.
We “were five, we went to four. We’re as low as the lowest rated station in three counties,” said McQueen who explained that the ratings go from one to 10, “the lower the number, the lower the insurance rate.”
This applies to those who live within 1,000 feet of a fire hydrant and within five miles of a fire station.