Johns Creek firefighters are a visible and crucial part of the community. In addition to their life safety and fire protection services, members of the Fire Department also serve as active, positive role models and knowledgeable resources for the community.When not on call, firefighters are available to speak on the importance of fire safety and prevention to citizens, schools and local groups (service organizations, youth groups, Boy/Girl Scouts, etc.) and perform demonstrations.
There are several ways Johns Creek residents can get involved with the Johns Creek Fire Department. The Citizens Fire Academy, offered annually, gives residents insight on the day-to-day JCFD operations. The Department also offers certified CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) Certification and AED (automated external defibrillator) training as part of its "Heart Ready" program several times a year.
The Department also welcomes scheduled tours of the City's fire stations by community groups, schools, camps and the community at-large.
All services should be scheduled with Community Services. See the respective page below for online forms and information to request these services: