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Lithia Springs Fire Station
6650 S Sweetwater Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
The Lithia Springs Fire Station is one of ten fire stations that comprise Douglas County Fire & Rescue. The stationMore provides the Lithia Springs area with firefighting, emergency medical and fire safety education services and programs.
Mobile Fire Extinguisher Service
5895 S Quail Dr, Douglasville, GA 30135
Mobile Fire Extinguisher Service offers mobile emergency light sales, exit signs and fire extinguisher services.More The company offers services to Douglas County and the neighboring communities of Northwestern Georgia.
Douglas County Fire Station #10
6771 Church Street, Douglasville, GA 30134
This location of the Douglas County Fire Station is the tenth station that serves downtown Douglasville. The stationMore provides the community with firefighting, emergency medical and fire safety education services and programs.
Douglas County Fire Station #3
5203 Kilroy Ln, Douglasville, GA 30135
The Douglas County Fire Department was formed in 1975.  Today, it has nine stations throughout the county, nineMore engine companies, two ladder companies, one  heavy rescue squad, six advanced life support units and over 150 employees, including paramedics, cardiac technicians, and emergency medical technicians.   The county asks that you call 911 in the event of an emergency instead of attempting to contact an individual fire station.  
Douglas County Fire Station #4
8270 Highway 166, Douglasville, GA 30135

The Douglas County Fire Department was formed in 1975.  Today, it has nine stations, nine engine companies, twoMore ladder companies, six Advanced Life Support Units, a heavy rescue squad and more than 150 employees, including certified paramedics, cardiac technicians and emergency medical technicians. The DCFD offers numerous services, including fire suppression, emergency medical transport, arson investigation, public education, inspection of public buildings and more.

In the event of an emergency, the DCFD asks that you call 911 instead of attempting to contact an individual fire station.  

Douglas County Fire Station #5
3901 Chapel Hill Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
One of nine stations located throughout Douglas County, Fire Station #5 serves the Chapel Hill area. The  DouglasMore County Fire Department operates nine engine companies, two ladder companies, six Advanced Life Support Units, one Heavy Rescue Squad and has more than 150 employees. Firemen work a 24-hours-on, 48-hours-off rotation. Fire stations throughout the county have the capability to deploy 37 paramedics, 10 cardiac technicians and 71 emergency medical technicians.
Douglas County Fire Station #11
7792 Dallas Hwy, Douglasville, GA 30134

The Douglas County Fire Department was formed in 1975. Today, it has nine stations, nine engine companies, twoMore ladder companies, six advanced life support units, a heavy rescue squad and more than 150 employees, including certified paramedics, cardiac technicians and emergency medical technicians. The DCFD offers numerous services, including fire suppression, emergency medical transport, arson investigation, public education and inspection of public buildings.

In the event of an emergency, the DCFD asks that you call 911 instead of attempting to contact an individual fire station.  

Douglas County Fire Station #2
2900 Conners Rd, Winston, GA 30187

The Douglas County Fire Department was formed in 1975. Today, it has nine stations, nine engine companies, twoMore ladder companies, six Advanced Life Support Units, a heavy rescue squad and more than 150 employees, including certified paramedics, cardiac technicians and emergency medical technicians.

The DCFD offers numerous services, including fire suppression, emergency medical transport, arson investigation, public education, inspection of public buildings and more. In the event of an emergency, the DCFD asks that you call 911 instead of trying to contact an individual fire station.  

Douglas County Fire Station #7
4198 Bankhead Hwy, Douglasville, GA 30134
The Douglas County Fire Department was formed in 1975.  Today, it has nine stations, nine engine companies, twoMore ladder companies, six Advanced Life Support Units, a heavy rescue squad and over 150 employees, including certified paramedics, cardiac technicians and emergency medical technicians. The DCFD offers numerous services, including fire suppression, emergency medical transport, arson investigation, public education, inspection of public buildings and more. In the event of an emergency, the DCFD asks that you call 911 instead of attempting to contact an individual fire station.