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Camden County Fire Rescue (CCFR) is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of the 2017 Chesney Fallen Firefighters Memorial Grant Award from the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation (GFBF).
The $2,983.64 grant will aid the department’s fire safety and burn prevention efforts by purchasing a Sparky the Fire Dog costume and smoke alarms.
“We are thrilled to be able to add Sparky the Fire Dog to our team,” said Camd...
Camden County is pleased to announce that Chuck White will be the new Emergency Management Specialist for the Camden County Emergency Management Agency (EMA).
In this role, he will assist the county on emergency preparedness initiatives and will be assigned to the Emergency Operations Center in Kingsland.
“We are pleased to welcome Chuck to our team,” said Camden County Administrator Steve Ho...
Camden County Fire Rescue is pleased to announce the latest addition to its fleet. A 2016 Freightliner Rescue Pumper, Engine 17, recently came into service for the residents of Camden County.
Purchased with SPLOST funds, the new engine will be housed at the north end of the county in Waverly at Station 17.
“We are very excited about this new engine,” said Camden County Fire Chief Mark Crews. “This vehicle replaces ...