Frequently Asked Questions

All citizens protected by Clayton County Fire & Emergency services in unincorporated Clayton County and the cities of Lovejoy & Jonesboro, have a class 1 ISO rating.
When insurance companies ask for this information it is usually sufficient to tell them that our Fire Department has an ISO rating of 1. This lets them know that we meet a minimum standard and hydrants are typically within 500 feet of all residences. All fire stations are also all within a rated minimum distance in accordance with this rating.
CCFES is not currently certified to perform this service.  You can call the Clayton County Health Department at (678) 479-2226 for more information about their Safe Kids program.
Yes, for information on CPR/AED Classes please fill out our CPR/AED registration form.  You may also visit the Red Cross web site to view their training opportunities, or call them at (404) 876-3302, option 3.
We recommend a minimum 1A2BC rated extinguisher.
One that has an Underwriters Laboratory, Factory Mutual, or Underwriters Laboratory of Canada rating.
To report illegal or bothersome burning call 911 and a unit will be dispatched to check out the situation.
Inspection Requests are made online through this web site. See the Plan Review page for more details.
Check the Clayton County employment page for openings under "Fire & Emergency Services" and view our recruitment page for specific employment requirements.
CCFES completes an incident report for every call.  This report is available as a public record. For EMS calls a Patient Care Report (PCR) is also completed.  This report is HIPAA protected and only available within those limitations.  For more details refer to our reports page.

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