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It is the mission of the Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services to preserve life and property, promote public safety and foster economic growth through leadership, management and actions, as an all risk life safety response provider.
Standing in front of Cobb Hall are (left to right) Tim Norton, Vice President of Advancement and Marketing, Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Ryan McElwee, Cherokee County Fire Shift Commander, Stephanie Owens, Chief Financial Officer for Reinhardt University and Cherokee County Assistant Fire Chief, Eddie Robinson. (click image for slideshow)
June 15, 2018 | The Cobb Residence Hall, originally built in 1969, served a new purpose this week after housing 72 men each year for nearly 50 years.
Before the residence hall is demolished next Monday, Cherokee Fire and Emergency Services personnel used it to train for unique situations they rarely have the ability to practice.
“Reinhardt is pleased to partner with Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services and offer one of our oldest facilities, Cobb Hall, for fire rescue training. ... (read complete story
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Safe Kids Cherokee County offers free Child Safety Seat Inspections.
It is required that you bring your child unless you are expecting so the technicians are able to make the necessary adjustments to fit your child safely.
Please park in front of the building near the bicycle rack. You must come in and let us know you have arrived.
Tuesday mornings between 9 AM and 12 PM as well as on Thursday afternoons between 2:00 PM and 4:30 PM.
Please read this before requesting an appointment.