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Hall County Fire Services protects 394 square miles, with a population of over 184,000. We also have over 600 miles of shoreline of Lake Sidney Lanier, the most visited Corps of Engineers lake in the United States. Lake Lanier draws an estimated 2 million visitors a year.
The Department meets this challenge with a force of 333 highly trained men and women who are proactive in their approach to the challenges and rigors of day to day responses.
Under the current leadership of Fire Chief David Kimbrell, Hall County Fire Services has continued a history of excellence in every division. The Department has designed its organizational structure and placed its fire stations to facilitate the best responses to any incident in Hall County.
Whether it's fighting a fire, investigating its cause, administering emergency medical care, teaching fire and life safety education or inspecting new structures for code compliance, everyone at Hall County Fire Services works diligently to serve the residents of Hall County.
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Join Us for Camp Lifesavers 2013!
... July 9, 10 and 11...
Southern gospel concert benefitting the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation
... join Hall County Fire Services in raising funds for a great cause...
Fireworks – Independence Day Safety
...remember to use common sense for fireworks safety...
470 Crescent Dr.
P.O. Box 907730
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