THE HISTORY OF THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD
In 1963 the Williamson County CB Club formed the Williamson County Search and Rescue Club. The organization's primary jobs were searches, rescues and body recovery. In 1966 a charter was signed by the same group officially incorporating the Williamson County Rescue Squad. Over the past 50 years this department has grown to eight stations, protecting roughly 352 square miles of rural and suburban areas, both residential and commercial, in one of America's most affluent counties. The Williamson County Rescue Squad, Inc., receives some funding from Williamson County Government, but relies mostly on donations from the citizens served. The department has existed for over fifty years and we are proud to have supported the local communities in our response area. We look forward to the ever-evolving future of Public Safety in Tennessee.