OPEN HOUSE JUNE 10

Posted on: May 1st, 2017 by Ben

The Antioch Volunteer Fire Department will be having an open house at station 1 at 5430 GA HWY 219 from 11 to 4 on Saturday, June 10.

The will be food, activities and amusements for children, and fire fighting demonstrations.

Antioch Volunteer Fire Department Reports

Posted on: February 7th, 2017 by Ben

AVFD responded to 175 emergency calls last year. Maintains an ISO rating of 4. Has an average response time of 6.0 minutes. The department is 100 percent volunteer and depends  on your donations to operate.

Antioch Truck 1

Posted on: December 3rd, 2016 by Ben

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New Tanker at Work

Posted on: July 12th, 2016 by Ben

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Antioch Volunteer Fire Department newly refurbished US Forestry Tanker working a brush fire on Mountain Hill Road 10/28/16. It has a 3,000 gal tank on an International Body. The tanker can deliver water in a spray pattern while being driven.

 

FIRE RUNS

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. Antioch has 6 stations. The department has an average response time of 6 minutes or less of having a fire unit on scene.

5/2/2017 GA HWY 315 Catuala structure fire saved tax payers $421.93

5/4/17 Boys Drive auto alarm saved tax payers $164.08

5/4/17 Layfield Branch electrical structure saved tax payers $191

5/7/17 185 sb 24 mm MVC with fire saved tax payers $421.93

5/8/17 Layfield Branch first responder saved tax payers $208.51

5/9/17 Terry Lane Structure saved tax payers $1456

5/10/17 Burnt Hickory structure fire saved tax payers $421.93

5/13/17 GA HWY 315 power line/transformer fire saved tax payers $93.63

5/15/17 Sputnik Street automatic alarm saved tax payers $143.49

5/16/17 Helen Lane first responder ems saved tax payer $93.46

5/17/17 Macedona Church Road automatic alarm saved tax payers $93.46

5/24/17 Hart drive tree down saved tax payers $105.23