Welcome to the Northwest Georgia Fire Chiefs Association website.
The purpose of the Northwest Georgia Fire Chiefs Association is to secure a closer official relationship among firefighting officials throughout GAFC Area 1 in the State of Georgia; to secure unity of action in fire department matters; to evaluate the standard of fire departments in the firefighting profession; to generally encourage advancement and the perfection of a uniform firefighting system within the State of Georgia; to advance along all lines pertaining to the prevention and detection of fires; and to encourage membership and affiliation of members of this body with the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs and the Southeastern Division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
The Northwest Georgia Fire Chiefs Association includes all county and city agencies of the following counties: Bartow, Carroll, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Coweta, Dade, Dawson, Fannin, Floyd, Forsyth, Gilmer, Gordon, Haralson, Heard, Murray, Paulding, Polk, Pickens, Walker, and Whitfield County
Any department officer who carries the duties of a Chief Officer as determined by the chief of his or her department is encouraged to join the NwGAFC Association.
Download the pdf file of the July 25, 2017, Minutes.
Download the original document The May Meeting of the NwGFCA was held at the Calhoun Fire Department station #2 on May 28th at 6PM. Assistant Chief Terry Mills and Chief Lenny Nesbitt welcomed everyone to the meeting and to their facility. There were approximately 30...
Download the original document. The April meeting of the NwGFCA took place on 4/23/13 at the Catoosa County Fire station #1. The meeting was called to order at 1000 hours by President Chuck Nichols. Chief Nichols welcomed everyone to Catoosa County on behalf of the...
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