Community Outreach

The Fire Rescue Division, in its continued efforts to serve the residents of Grovetown, is involved in several community outreach programs. These programs educate and assist age groups from young children to senior citizens in fire prevention and safety topics.
Programs for Children
Station Tours: A guided tour of all station areas and equipment with a firefighter. Children will be shown all the apparatus and equipment on them. They will also be allowed to get into a fire truck for a hands-on experience.

Request the Fire Safety House:
This program is designed for children in grades 1 through 4. The Fire Safety House is a 32-foot mobile classroom that teaches children about fire safety in the home. Children will learn how to react in a non-toxic smoke while inside the house to be prepared for a fire in their own homes. Minimum group size is 20 students.

Fire Safety Fun Online:The Fire Rescue Division recommends the following websites for fire safety education presented in fun ways for kids.

Sparky the Fire Dog

Visit the Sparky the Fire Dog website


Visit USFA Kids website
For more information or to request a fire safety program contact Captain Wayne Kent at 706-863-2354 or by email at