Humble brings 30 years experience to Escambia County
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Building Receives Three Green Globes Certificate
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NEW: Storm Damage Maps Attached
Recovery Report: One Year After the Flood NEW: Storm Damage Maps Attached
Humble brings 30 years experience to Escambia County
Building Receives Three Green Globes Certificate
Helpful Hints Heading into Hurricane Season
EscambiaVolunteerFirefighters.com: Will you answer the call?
NEW: Storm Damage Maps Attached
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Escambia County Fire Rescue Volunteer Opportunities

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 4:17pm
We Saved a Life Tonight. What did you do?

Escambia County Fire Rescue (ECFR) is seeking men and women interested in serving as volunteer firefighters for the communities in both emergency response and non-emergency support positions. Volunteer firefighting has a long tradition in Escambia County with most the volunteer fire departments being organized between the years 1940 to 1970. In 2000, Escambia County Fire Rescue was established to add career personnel to the fire protection ranks. The volunteer fire departments and ECFR were consolidated in 2008 to create a “combination fire department.” Today volunteers and career personnel work together to provide emergency and nonemergency services in Escambia County.

Visiting International Students Explore Escambia County

Friday, July 24, 2015 - 10:41am

The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council is currently hosting 13 international students from Mexico visiting Escambia County, who are eager to learn more about environmental management, conservation and other related interests. The students are participating in "Jovenes en Accion," a youth exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and private sector partners in both countries.

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