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Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services - Station 18
1515 Mineral Springs Rd, Hoschton, GA 30548

Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services (GCFES) is the largest fire protection district in Georgia, covering anMore area of 437 square miles and 15 municipalities. The department's 30 stations are staffed by 850 professional firefighters. Each year, these firefighters respond to approximately 65,000 calls for service.

GCFES offers fire and medical services as well as specialty units including swift water rescue, Hazmat, arson investigation, community education and the technical rescue team. The department also has an award winning honor guard. Currently, GCFES has 30 engine companies, nine ladder trucks and 23 advanced life support units in service.

Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services -- Station 27
2825 Old Fountain Rd, Dacula, GA 30019

Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services (GCFES) is the largest fire protection district in Georgia, covering anMore area of 437 square miles and 15 municipalities.

The department's 30 stations are staffed by 850 professional firefighters. Each year, these firefighters respond to approximately 65,000 calls for service.

GCFES offers fire and medical services as well as specialty units including swift water rescue, Hazmat, arson investigation, community education and the technical rescue team. The department also has an award-winning honor guard.

Currently, GCFES has 30 engine companies, nine ladder trucks and 23 advanced life-support units in service.

Twelve firefighters and one engine are assigned to Station 27.

Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services - Station 17
2739 Brooks Rd, Dacula, GA 30019

Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services (GCFES) is the largest fire-protection district in Georgia, covering anMore area of 437 square miles and fifteen municipalities.

The department's thirty stations are staffed by 850 professional firefighters. Each year, these firefighters respond to approximately 65,000 calls for service.

GCFES offers fire and medical services as well as specialty units including swift water rescue, Hazmat, arson investigation, community education and the technical rescue team. The department also has an award-winning honor guard.

Currently, GCFES has thirty engine companies, nine ladder trucks and twenty-three advanced life support units in service.

Twelve firefighters and one engine are assigned to Station 17.

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