Logo, Old Salem Fire & Rescue - Fire Department

706-453-4693
Fax 706-453-4699 
4720 Carey Station Road
Greensboro, GA 30642

Upcoming Events

Next monthly board meeting Rescheduled to May 21st at 5:00 pm.

OLD SALEM FIRE AND RESCUE TEMPORARY AGENDA

Tuesday May 21st, 2019

Board of Directors Meeting @ 5:00 pm

 

 

1.  President’s Remarks

2.  Roll Call

3.  Minutes

4.  Treasurer’s Report

5.  Chief's Report

6.  Public Comment

7.  Adjournment

PUBLIC NOTICE – Annual Budget Meeting

The Old Salem Fire and Rescue Department will hold two public meetings to present the proposed FY 2020 Budget for fire protection services for District #9.  Said District includes, but not limited to, such developments as Reynolds Lake Oconee, Reynolds Landing, Cherokee Point, Vintage Club, Del Webb, Oconee Heights, Sunset Bluff, North Shore Resort, Parks Mill Crossing, Port Armor North, and Eagle View, among others.  The meetings will be held at 4720 Carey Station Road, Greensboro, Georgia, on Tuesday June 11 at 5:00 pm and again on Thursday June 13 at 5:00 pm.   Additionally, the Old Salem Fire & Rescue Department Board of Directors will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on the June 11 presentation of the proposed budget.  The agenda for this meeting will be posted at the OSFD the week of June 2nd. 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Old Salem Fire and Rescue announces its annual election for Board of Directors results. Of the seven Board Members, three positions were up for election in October 2018 for a two year term.  The candidate registration period ran from June 14th to July 31, 2018.  During this period, three prospective candidates' registered.  They were – Jack Horn, Garry Evans and Rick Sramek.  These three candidates were elected during the voting which took place on October 2nd and October 4th. For additional information on voting, please refer to the OSFR By-Laws, maintained on the OSFR Web Site.

Volunteers Needed

Old Salem Fire Rescue is a combination paid/volunteer fire department that currently staffs 2 certified firefighters 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. Effective and safe operations at an incident requires a sufficient number of personnel to initiate and sustain the incident operation. Old Salem Fire rescue is currently in need of operations level volunteer firefighters to supplement the two on duty firefighters. We are currently seeking certified volunteer firefighters that live within the community to join our firefighting force immediately. An operations level volunteer firefighter is responsible for responding to and mitigating various types of emergencies including: building fires, fire alarms, motor vehicle crashes, vehicle fires, ground cover fires, utility related emergencies, hazardous materials incidents, water rescue incidents and various other types of emergencies.  Please contact Old Salem Fire Rescue by phone (706 453-4693) or email for more information on joining as a Volunteer Firefighter.

 

 

Jay Harrison

Fire Chief

Jharrison@oldsalemfirerescue.com

Recent Events

Training Burn for Firefighters

 Feb. 22-23, 2014

Old Salem Fire Rescue hosted a live fire training on February 22nd and 23rd.  This training was open for Greene County Firefighters and support firefighters.  Firefighters had the opportunity to practice Scene Size-up, Disoriented Firefighter, Search & Rescue, Fire Attack,and VES (Vent Enter Search) training. See the Photo Gallery for pictures.

 

 

4th Annual Bingo Bash

Feb 24th, 2015 at the Parkside Main 8 Theater was another successful fundraiser.  We wish to thank all our sponsors and attendees for your continuing support. 

5th Annual Bingo Bash

March 1st, 2016 at the Parkside Main 8 Theater was another night of fun for all involved with some great prizes.  We wish to thank all our sponsors and attendees for making this another success.

6th Annual Bingo Bash

This years Bingo was another big hit.  Many wonderful prizes were won by several patrons and we wish to thank all of our sponsors for their gifts this year.   The fire department appreciates all the attendees for their continued support.  We will miss Bob Welsh as he retired from the fire department and his contributions are greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us today in Greensboro, Georgia, to inquire about our well-known fire department.