This seven-acre site will focus on the critical training components associated with Kissimmee Police and Fire safety responsibilities. This facility will include an indoor firearms range and will better position the Kissimmee Police Department and other law enforcement agencies to provide superior firearms and scenario-based training to enhance their ability to save the lives of the officers and the community.

Upon its completion, the City of Kissimmee Public Safety Training Center will be dedicated to Sergeant Sam Howard and Officer Matthew Baxter, who were killed in the line of duty in 2017.

Update: March 10, 2020

Crews have completed all paving and are working to finalize interior construction. Landscaping work will begin in the next few weeks.

Update: January 26, 2020

Asphalt paving and curb installation is 90% complete, Kissimmee Fire Department burn tower is 75% complete, flooring in the offices is 95% complete and Kissimmee Police Department range targeting system installation is 75% complete. Crews will begin working on landscaping, plumbing trim, final paint and light fixture installation in the next few weeks. 

Update: August 15, 2019

The building shell is complete and the project is moving into phase two which includes the canine training and fire training areas.