Wishing Everyone A Safe and
Happy New Year 2017
from all of Us
Here at Old Fort
Fire & Rescue
For Our Community
- We recognize that the community is the reason for our presence.
- We value the faith and trust of the community, and continually work to deserve that confidence through our attitude, conduct and accomplishments.
- Lives are more important than property.
- The safety of the public of paramount importance, followed closely by the safety of our members.
- All members of the public are entitled to our best efforts.
FIRE & RESCUE
The Old Fort Fire Department is a combination paid/volunteer fire department
that provides fire suppression and first responder services to an
estimated 45 square mile area in Dorchester County.
We currently have three stations strategically located within our district
that are manned 24/7 to best serve the residents and visitors of our area.
We also respond automatic aid for other fire departments in Dorchester County
for reported fires and fire alarms.
Established in 1971, the department has transformed
into a full service fire and rescue agency.
Mon. Oct 3rd 2016
OLD FORT FIRE & RESCUE OBTAINS AN ISO CLASS 3 RATING(Pictured are Chief Genthert, Board Chairman Steve Burke, Treasurer Blair Stewart and Our Dedicated Personnel)Chief Genthert applies the last "ISO Class 3" decal signifying how hard work and dedication by his ...
Fri. Sep 9th 2016
We are proud to announce the following promotions!(From left to right)Captain George Feise, Captain Chastity Bigney, Captain Andrew NyserWe congratulate our newest officer's and wish them well in their new roles.
Wed. Jul 27th 2016
On behalf of The Board of Directors, Chief Genthert and our staff at Old Fort Fire Department we'd like to congratulate Captain Paul Henthorne on his new position as Assistant Chief. Assistant Chief Henthorne has been serving with us for over 38 years. He is active with his own ...
Sat. Jul 23rd 2016
This Saturday is the all important Fight for Air Climb.Please get out there and support our team, root them on, make a donation to a very worthwhile charity. We've got a group of dedicated firefighters all ready to tackle the challenge. Be there, support our people.We are ...
Tue. Jun 14th 2016
Old Fort Fire Department personnel and their families attend the 10th Annual Firefighter Appreciation Night with the Riverdogs at the Joe sponsored by Servicemaster of Charleston. Donation were made for $5 for Life and Camp Can Do. A good time was had by all, and our Tug of Wa...