Antioch Volunteer Fire Honors Deputy White

Posted on: June 19th, 2016 by Ben


On Saturday, June 18, 2016 Antioch Volunteer placed engines, flags, and man power on Exit 19 and Exit 25 on over passes to honor Deputy Jamie White as a special motorcade with over 1,000 motor cycles proceeded from Newnan to Columbus. Deputy White survived being shot in the line of duty on a traffic stop on interstate 185.


Posted on: January 12th, 2016 by Ben

Saved tax payers based on paid fire fighter national mean wage times volunteers responded times hrs on scene.

The Antioch Volunteer Fire Department saved Harris County Tax Payers $32115.48 this year

6/3/2016 GA HWY 315 infront Dollar General MVC saved tax payers $93.76

6/5/2016 Interstate 185 20 mm medium MVC Injuries  $164.08

6/7/2016 Interstate 185 20 mm Sb vehicle fire saved tax payers $187.52

6/11/16 First Responder Belinger Place save tax payers $93.76

6/13/15 Mroton Ct fire alarm save tax payers $93.76

6/14/16 Krogland automatic alarm saved tax payers $70.52

6/14/16 Old River Road first responder $46.88

6/14/16 Interstate 185 23 1/2 sb vehicle fire saved tax payers $127

6/15/16 Hillsbourgh St automatic alarm saved tax payers $134.48

6/17/16 Vehicle fire New Hope Cemetery Road saved tax payers $628.48

6/19/16 315 HWY GA first responder saved tax payers $46.88

6/19/16 Mutual Aid NW Marsh Rd Brush saved tax payers $134.48

6/21/16 760 Hamilton Mulberry RD brush saved tax payers $428.60

6/24/16 Slappy Drive excavator fire saved tax payers $333..53


Awards Luncheon 4/10/2016

Posted on: December 24th, 2015 by Ben


Lynn Chambers — Captain

Ben Brooks ——— Chief Apparatus Engineer

Matt McCall ——– Sergeant

Richard Davidson — Fire Fighter

Andrew Holer —— Fire Fighter


Westfield Insurance Foundation Award

Posted on: December 14th, 2015 by Ben


Chief Richard McKinney, at the annual department meeting, accepted on behalf of the Antioch Volunteer Fire Department a check from Bette Johnson for $15,000 from the Westfield Legacy Caring of the Westfield Insurance Foundation.

Fire Prevention Week October 4 thru October 10

Posted on: October 5th, 2015 by Ben

smoke detector

Smoke detectors could save your life and family. Did you know that roughly half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11 P.M. and 7 A.M, when most people are sleeping? Smoke detectors save lives. It is recommended that there should be a smoke detector in every bedroom.