There are 17 Fire Departments in Appling County, Georgia, serving a population of 18,471 people in an area of 507 square miles. There is 1 Fire Department per 1,086 people, and 1 Fire Department per 29 square miles.
In Georgia, Appling County is ranked 26th of 159 counties in Fire Departments per capita, and 84th of 159 counties in Fire Departments per square mile.
Find Appling County, Georgia fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers.
Appling County Fire Department - 4th District Station 7371 Georgia 121 Surrency, GA
Appling County Fire Department - Altamaha Station 392 Altamaha School Road Baxley, GA
Appling County Fire Department - County Farm County Farm Road Baxley, GA
Appling County Fire Department - County Line Station 328 Mikell Lake Road Patterson, GA
Appling County Fire Department - Highway 144 Station 12080 Georgia 144 Surrency, GA
Appling County Fire Department - Ten Mile Station 5499 Lennox Road Baxley, GA
Baxley Fire Department 282 East Parker Street Baxley, GA
Baxley Fire Department Station 2 - Storage Facility 258 Tippins Street Baxley, GA
Baxley Volunteer Fire Department 610 City Circle Road Baxley, GA
Georgia Power Plant Hatch 11028 Hatch Parkway North Baxley, GA
Graham Fire Department 2118 Golden Isles West Baxley, GA
Highway 144 Fire - Substation 11365 10 Mile Road Baxley, GA
Red Oak Fire Department 87 Fire Station Road Baxley, GA
Red Oak Fire Department Station 2 Satilla Church Road Baxley, GA
Red Oak Volunteer Fire Department 7245 Fire Station Road Baxley, GA
South Bryan County Fire Department Station 3 2580 Georgia 144 Baxley, GA
Surrency Volunteer Fire Department Andrews Street Surrency, GA
Appling County Fire Departments provide fire protection and emergency response services to the Appling County, GA community with a mission to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to calls for fire suppression, Appling County Fire Departments respond to medical emergencies, incidents involving hazardous materials, rescue calls, and motor vehicle or other accidents.You may contact the Fire Department for questions about: