Public Fire Education

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General Safety Information

Smoke Detectors

Fire Extinguisher Safety and Use

Pass Procedure – Step 1: Pull the pin.

Pass Procedure – Step 2: Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire.

Pass Procedure – Step 3: Squeeze the trigger.

Pass Procedure – Step 4: Sweep the nozzle across the base of the fire.

Station Tours

CPR Courses

Local Emergency Contact Information

National Resources

Be sure you know how to operate your fire extinguisher and the right way to fight a fire.

Keep your back to an exit and, depending on the size of your extinguisher, begin by standing 6 to 8 feet (180-240 centimeters) away from the fire. Follow the four-step PASS procedure. If the fire does not begin to go out immediately, leave the area at once.

Station tours are available upon request. To schedule an appointment for a station tour, please fill out our Fire Department Service Request Form.


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Install Detectors


  • on every floor of your home
  • in basements and workshops
  • outside every bedroom
  • 6 to 12 inches from the ceiling away from vents


Check Detectors


  • once a month by pressing the test button until the detector beeps


Check the Batteries


  • at every time change. This way, it’s easy to remember

For CPR information, please fill out our Fire Department Service Request Form.

Emergency Contact Information

and National Resources

Walton County Fire


Walton County Sheriff


Walton County Health


Walton Regional Medical Center


Walton County Coroner


Emory Eastside Medical center


Gwinnett Count Fire


Gwinnett County Police


American red Cross

American Red Cross



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or

888.246.2675 (English)

888.246.2857 (Spanish)

866.874.2646 (TTY)


Department of Homeland Security or

800.BE.READY (800.237.3239)


Environmental Protection Agency


Federal Emergency Management Agency



Occupational Safety and Health Administration

800.321.OSHA (800.321.6742)

877.889.5627 (TTY)


United States Government


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Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery


For CPR information, please contact headquarters at 770-554-9693

Fire Department Service Request Form

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4303 Lawrenceville Road | Loganville, GA | 30052


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