|Wed. Jul 8th 2015|
PEACHTREE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT ISO RATING UPGRADED FROM 3 TO 1
PEACHTREE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT ISO RATING UPGRADED FROM 3 TO 1Change may help property owners save on insurance premium...
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|Thu. Oct 2nd 2014|
Citizens' Fire Academy
Based on the great success of the inaugural Peachtree City Fire Rescue Citizen’s Fire Academy in September 2014 t...
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|Fri. Jan 3rd 2014|
Fire - Rescue Announces Promotions and Staff Re-organization
Based upon the recommendations of the Matrix Operation and Efficiency Study of the Peachtree City Fire Department, the comman...
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Volunteer Firefighters Association announces plan to celebrate the Fire Department's 50th Anniversary in 2016;
Community Support is Needed!!!
The Christmas Trees should arrive on Monday, November 23, 2015 at the Fire Station on Paschal Road
Georgia's Burn Ban ends on October 1st
|PEACHTREE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT ISO RATING UPGRADED FROM 3 TO 1|
The Peachtree City Fire - Rescue Department, as well as all other government entities in Fayette County, utilize a service called “Code Red” to quickly distribute emergency or other important information to our citizens.
This system has proven essential when we need to notify a large number of residents in a very short period of time. We have used the system for missing children, criminal activity in a specific area, hazardous material incidents or weather situations.
When Code Red is used, we record a voice message and then Code Red makes simultaneous calls into the selected area. Calls are only made to phones included in the data base of phone numbers maintained by Code Red. When a person or answering machine answers the call the message is automatically played. We keep the messages brief, providing only the necessary information. The messages are generally less than one minute long.
The system is limited to 'hard wired' phones numbers normally listed in the phone book. If you have an unlisted number or have only a cellular or VOIP internet phone you will not be in the database. It is also possible that if you have moved into Fayette County and your home phone number was transferred from another address you may not receive the message.
If you would like to have your number added to the Code Red database so you are included in these emergency notifications please go to their website and fill out a form to add your information. Code Red Registration
Revised Volunteer Administrative Guidelines published for 2014
Fire - Rescue Refocusing on Organizational Values
Statewide burn ban takes effect on May 1st and is in effect through September 30th. For the city's burn permit form, click on this link: http://www.ptcgovernment.org/fire/burnpermit/
Applications are being accepted for the upcoming Citizen's Fire Academy course.
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