Become A Fire Fighter Volunteer
Why should I join the Crawford County Fire Department as a volunteer?
The Crawford County Fire Department (CCFD) is an all Volunteer Fire Department that is always looking for new volunteers willing to serve in protecting the lives and property of Crawford County residents. Living in a small county like Crawford provides citizens this opportunity to play a vital role in public safety and provide numerous benefits to the residents and merchants of Crawford County.
As an all Volunteer Fire Department, CCFD needs an adequate number of dedicated and trained volunteers to maintain a professional Fire Department. Volunteers, male and female, are recruited locally and attend training classes periodically. There are currently eight volunteer fire stations throughout the county. These members respond directly to the scene of an alarm when alerted through the use of pagers. Those with special skills may be requested to perform additional functions on a volunteer basis such as administrative work, emergency planning, fundraising, coordinating community service events, grant research or training.
Requirements to become a volunteer firefighter
- Applicants must be at least 18 years old;
- have a good driving record;
- not have been convicted of a felony within ten years prior;
- have a good moral character and
- Applicants must also be in good physical condition to successfully pass the minimum physical ability requirements.
Contact Randy Pate, Fire Chief at (478) 836-3766 for more information about becoming a Crawford County Fire Department volunteer.