Advanced Disposal and Waste Pro Collection Delays

Advanced Disposal customers: Thursday’s scheduled collection was cancelled. To catch up, Thursday's scheduled collection day will be collected on Friday and Friday’s scheduled collection day will be collected on Saturday. Waste Pro customers: If Thursday's scheduled collection did not take place, it will be collected Friday, February 28th. If your scheduled collection day is Friday and doesn’t take place by 6:30pm February 27th, it will be collected Saturday, February 28th.
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  • Fire Chief:
    Casey Snyder

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    Welcome to the official website for Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services. I hope you will take the time to look at the valuable information we’ve shared about our department and the services we provide our community.

    I hope you will become familiar with who we are and the many ways we are here to serve you. The men and women of Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services stand ready to serve and assure your safety. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or any staff member.

    Be safe,

    Casey Snyder
    Fire Chief

    678.518.4800

    casey.snyder@gwinnettcounty.com

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About Us
Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services is proud to serve the citizens of Gwinnett County. Gwinnett is the largest fire service district in Georgia and protects 859,304 people within the 437 square miles of the county. The mission of the department is to save lives and protect property, while delivering the highest quality of service by holding the principles of truth, trust, respect, and unity.

In 2011, Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services' paramedic training program received its accreditation from the Committee on Accreditation for Emergency Medical Service Professions, making it the first fire department in Georgia to have an accredited paramedic training program.

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On September 16, 2011, the Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) awarded the Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services with accreditation for the Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic program. The program was judged by CAAHEP to be in compliance with nationally established standards. Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services is one of five fire departments to have its own accredited EMS education programs in the nation and the first fire department in Georgia to receive this accreditation.

Through this process of receiving accreditation, the Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services was chosen as a case study. The department's experience with the accreditation process will serve as an example for those who are pursuing this national paramedic accreditation. The department is currently preparing a self-study report to renew the accreditation status in 2016.