EMS/FIRE DEPARTMENT507 Montpelier Avenue | Forsyth, GA 31029 | (478) 994-7004
Through professionalism, dedication, integrity and training, the Monroe County Emergency Services works to safeguard the lives and property of the people of Monroe County. This will be accomplished by providing a vast range of emergency services, strong public relations and fire safety education. We also endeavor to protect and preserve the health of our personnel and return them safely to their families.
We are the people, stations, apparatus and programs that make up Monroe County Emergency Services.
What started with one volunteer station in the early 1970’s has evolved into 13 stations and over 150 full-time, part-time, and volunteer firefighters to service our community throughout 395.70 square miles. We provide you with fire protection, emergency ambulance (ALS/BLS_ and non-emergency services 24 hours, 7 days per week. Monroe County has 13 stations that are comprised of career and volunteer Firefighters/Medics. We have four 24 hour locations on three rotating shifts (A, B, C): Station 1 (Headquarters), Station 2 (High Falls), Station 4 (Bolingbroke) and Station 12 (Johnstonville)
As members of this community, all of our staff participate in training, events and activities to make Monroe County the best place to live. Residents are encouraged to participate and get involved in several community events such as: Give Burns the Boot, Toys for Tots, High Falls 3-Day Memorial Yard Sale and our annual EMS for Children Can Food Drive.
As our county grows, so will we. We promise to continue our high level of protection and emergency medical care to everyone that lives in, works in, and passes through our county.
There are times in a person’s life when tragedy strikes. When that happens in Monroe County, the men and women of Emergency Services stand ready to help. No matter if it’s a house fire, car accident or natural disaster, our firefighters, EMT’s and Paramedics are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. What started with one volunteer station in the early 1970’s, has spun into 13 stations and over 150 full time, part time and volunteer firefighters. With 3 Advanced Life Support ambulances in the county, we provide high quality pre-hospital care throughout our 395.7 square miles. As our county grows, so will we. We promise to continue our high level of fire protection and emergency medical care to everyone that lives in, works in and passes through our county.
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