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The Peachtree City Fire - Rescue Department, as well as all other government entities in Fayette County, utilize a service called “First Call” to quickly distribute emergency or other important information to our citizens.
This system has proven essential when we need to notify a large number of residents in a very short period of time. We have used the system for missing children, criminal activity in a specific area, hazardous material incidents or weather situations.
When First Call is used, we record a voice message and then First Call makes simultaneous calls into the selected area. Calls are only made to phones included in the data base of phone numbers maintained by First Call. When a person or answering machine answers the call the message is automatically played. We keep the messages brief, providing only the necessary information. The messages are generally less than one minute long.
The system is limited to 'hard wired' phones numbers normally listed in the phone book. If you have an unlisted number or have only a cellular or VOIP internet phone you will not be in the database. It is also possible that if you have moved into Fayette County and your home phone number was transferred from another address you may not receive the message.
If you would like to have your number added to the First Call database so you are included in these emergency notifications please go to their website and fill out a form to add your information.
Awards and Installation Banquet
Saturday, January 25, 2014 the Peachtree City Fire - Rescue Department held its annual Awards and Installation Dinner at Flat Creek Country Club. The Mayor and three members of City Council, the City Manager, City Police Chief, County Fire Chief, County Deputy Fire Chief, Medical Director, many founding and life members were in attendance as well as members from each shift and their spouses and many explorers and their parents.
2014 PCVFA Board of Directors:
President, Jim O’Connell
Vice President, Dan Marsden
Treasurer, Cindi Witt
Secretary, Shannon Tillman
Fire Rep, Michael Peckett
EMS Rep, Tina Bates
Career Rep, John Bruschetti
Winners of our Annual Awards:
Explorer of the Year, Jonathan Wambles
Recruit of the Year, Blake Wilhoit
Volunteer EMS Provider of the Year, Pat Patrick
Career EMS Provider of the Year, David Winkles
Volunteer Officer of the Year, Lt. Jim Houghton
Career Officer of the Year, Lt. Jeremy Carlisle
Volunteer Firefighter of the Year, Greg Fisher
Part Time Firefighter of the Year, Nick Bishop
Career Firefighter of the Year, Robbie Shelton
Servant’s Heart Award, Dan Marsden
Rotary Firefighter of the Year, Natalie Johnson
Revised Volunteer Administrative Guidelines published for 2014
2014 Admin Guidelines
Promotions and Re-organization of Command Staff Announced
Joe O'Conor - Fire - Rescue Chief
Kevin Baggett - Assistant Chief of Operations (Fire/EMS)
Dave Williamson - Fire Marshal (A/C)
Clint Murphy - Assistant Chief of Training and Special Operations
John Dunlap - Assistant Fire Marshal (Captain)
Ron Mundy - Captain Training
Jeff Koldoff - Captain Operations
Don Davision - Captain Volunteer Training
Chris Campbell - Battalion Chief - A Shift
Darrell Neese - Battalion Chief - B Shift
Jeff Felmet - Battalion Chief - C Shift
All company officers are now the rank of Lieutenant
Fire - Rescue Refocusing on Organizational Values