Sandy Springs Fire Rescue provides a state-of-the-art first response system for medical emergencies. Below are links to learn more about the services provided to the community.
Learn about Sandy Springs Fire Rescue and its commitment to the community.
Have you ever wanted to help in an emergency? If your answer is yes, you might want to consider becoming a part the City’s
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) or enrolling in the Citizen Fire Academy.
Sandy Springs Fire Rescue offers a number of programs to share fire prevention strategies and provide safety education through enjoyable interactive activities. They love to celebrate children’s birthdays, too!
Learn how the Fire Marshal’s office works to keep the City safe.
Learn how to obtain a fire report.
SANDY SPRINGS FIRE RESCUE TO OFFER WEEKLY CHILD SAFETY SEAT INSPECTIONS
Sandy Springs Fire Rescue wants to make certain that the City’s youngest residents are safe and secure while on the road. To ensure car safety seats are properly installed, the Department will host free inspections on Wednesdays between 9 a.m. and 12 noon at Fire Station # 2, located at 135 Johnson Ferry Road. Inspections typically take between 30 to 60 minutes per seat, and include training for mom and dad.