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Welcome to the City Fire & Rescue Department

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Apparatus

Apparatus Station 81 – Downtown Hardeeville Station Engine 81 2010 Pierce 1,500 gpm Pumper Squad 81 2004 Ford F550 support vehicle Station 82 – New River Station Engine 82 2010 Pierce, 1,500 gpm Pumper Engine 83 (reverse) 1998 E-One Cyclone 1,500 gpm Station 83 – Hilton Head Lakes Rescue 83        2004 Sutphen, 2,000 gpm …

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Fire Chief Thomas

Fire Chief

Clyde W. Thomas Chief of Fire & Rescue             It’s my pleasure to welcome you to our city website. The City of Hardeeville Fire Department has a proud history of serving our community. That commitment of service continues as we move forward into the future. The men and women of …

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Fire Marshall

Fire Marshal Fire Prevention It’s always safer and easier to prevent a fire than it is to roll trucks and put one out. Hardeeville Fire/Rescue is dedicated to fire safety, fire education, and fire prevention. In the past, the department has hosted a fire safety camp at Sgt. Jasper County Park for local youths as …

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Helpful Links

Helpful Links Municipal Association of South Carolina www.masc.sc National League of Cities www.nlc.org State of South Carolina www.sc.gov Fire Service Fees Ordinance Social Media Hardeeville Fire Department Facebook Page  

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History

Fire Department History Hardeeville Fire Department was organized in the mid 1950’s. It began as a volunteer organization that ran out of a gas station. The response area covered the entire southern half of Jasper County. In the late 1980’s the Levy Fire Department was created which assumed the response area of the southern most …

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Evacuation Routes

Hurricane Evacuation Routes

South Carolina Department of Transportation Hurricane Evacuation Route SCDOT Evacuation Website    

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Public Service Announcements

Welcome to the Fire Department Public Service Announcements Smoke Detectors from Brandon Sligh on Vimeo.

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Recruitment

Recruitment Hardeeville firefighters work a 24/48 schedule and are paid based on a 53 hour work week. Full time employees are members of the Police Officers Retirement System www.retirement.sc.gov. The City of Hardeeville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The positions will be advertised locally as well as on the internet. We have not and will …

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Residential Burn Permit Requirements

Residential Burn Permit Requirements             1. All yard and other residential burning shall be done from dawn to sunset 2. Only natural vegetation shall be burned. The fire shall not contain any lumber, rubber products, petroleum products, plastics, garbage, dead animals, or any other waste materials that emits smoke of …

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Standard Operating Guidelines

Standard Operating Guidelines Due to the rapid growth of our area and department, we are currently re-writing all of the Fire Department Standard Operating Guidelines. Once they are complete, they will be available here.

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