With modern equipment and cutting-edge training, the Fire Rescue Department provides Advanced Life Support and Fire Services to all citizens and visitors throughout the 613 square miles of Camden County.
Camden County Board of Commissioners is proud to have the largest Class “4” ISO rated department in the country, using rural water supplies.
To mitigate the most challenging incidents, the Fire Rescue Department utilizes twelve fire stations that are strategically located throughout Camden County to provide the highest level of protection and rapid response to its customers.
Camden County Fire Rescue is dedicated to the safety and protection of our community’s quality of life from all hazards through our professional staff, rapid response teams, and placing others before self.
Smoke Alarm Assistance Program
If you are a Camden County resident that needs assistance with obtaining and installing a smoke alarm in your home please view this helpful information.
Camden County Fire Rescue (CCFR) is joining the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in celebrating October 6-12, 2019, as Fire Prevention Week. Read on...
The Camden County Board of Commissioners opened a new Firehouse 18 in the Tarboro area of northwestern Camden County. Replacing the existing fire station, the new Firehouse 18, located at 435 New Post Road in White Oak, is adjacent to Mary B. Smart Park. Read on...
Founded by: Aubrey and Shelby Trevathan with the help and support of the Kingsland Volunteer Fire Rescue. Ride Along Pups are to help comfort children while riding in an ambulance to the hospital in an emergency.
If you would like to contribute to this project, you can reach Kingsland Volunteer Fire Rescue at 912-729-8270 or go to their Facebook Page.
Checks are to be made payable to Kingsland Fire Rescue with "Ride-Along-Pup" in the byline.