Fire Station 35 was called to respond to a working vehicle fire on May 18th. Crews arrived to find an SUV fully involved and began extinguishment. No injuries were reported.
The Williamson County Rescue Squad would like to extend a Thank You to
teacher, Ms. Heather Black and all the Criminal Justice students at
Independence High School! They raised funds for our Department as well as the
Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) during their Annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb and presented a donation check in the amount of $411.42 to each organization.
Pictured Above: FOP Representative and Lt. Homrich receiving a donation from Heather Black and IHS students
(Photo Courtesy of Steve Homrich)
Williamson County Fire/Rescue assumes fire protection in un-incorporated Western Williamson County
As of Midnight on January 1st 2013, Williamson County Fire/Rescue began operating Fire Stations 30 & 35. Station 30 is located at the intersection of Pinewood Road and South Harpeth Road and is now the home of Engine 30, Brush 38, and Tanker 36. Station 35 is located on Highway 96 North across from the Flying J Truck Stop and is now the home of E-35. These stations are staffed by volunteers that reside in these areas. This portion of the County has received its fire protection from the City of Fairview Fire Department prior to a resolution that ceased operation outside of its city limits. The City of Fairview will continues provide mutual aid assistance to the Williamson County Fire/Rescue during structure fire responses in these areas. The Williamson County Fire/Rescue is proud to have the opportunity to serve these communities. Please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 790-5821 with any questions regarding this transition.