Fire Services

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Liberty County Fire Services is looking for team players, community helpers and people to want to make a difference. We were formed in 2012 and provides Fire and Emergency Medical First Response services for the unincorporated areas of Liberty County. The department has 3 Fire Engines, 1 Service Engine, 2 Tankers/Tenders and 1 Support vehicle, and a call volume of approximately 1,300 calls a year.

What are the benefits?

Build friendships and bonds that are unique to the fire service, unlike any other agency out there. Liberty County Fire Services offers free education in the fire service background, If you can provide the time, we will take care of the rest. Work your way to certifications, training, knowledge, experiences and beyond.

What training and equipment is provided?

Liberty County Fire Services members meet on Monday nights for station duties, truck check off and training. Registered Volunteer Firefighter Certification in 96 hours / 2 weeks long and is held locally and at the State Training Center. NPQ Firefighter 1 is held at the State Training Center with a class of 345 hours / 8 weeks. Emergency Medical Responder is held locally and at the State Training Center with 48 hours of class time or 1 week. The department issues bunker gear with the approximate cost of $1,600, a radio with a value of $6,200.

All members are required to attend 24 hours of meetings / training in a quarter of a year or 96 hours for one year.

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  • The Liberty County Cast - April 2018
    Click to read the April edition of our monthly employee newsletter. HIGHLIGHTS: Commissioners Corner w/ Connie Thrift, Spotlight on our Sheriff's Office, Wellness News, and more.
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