We're glad you are interested in serving the Hickory Flat community with us! As a prospective member you will need to download the instructions and the application linked below. Once completed bring it in to one of our training meetings. (We meet Monday nights at 7:30pm. Please contact us to find out where we will be training).

The members of the Hickory Flat Volunteer Fire Department proudly serve an area of approximately 100 square miles with a population of over 12,000 residents. Our members, (volunteer, paid 24/48) meet every Monday night and utilize three stations strategically located in our community. Located Northwest of Atlanta Georgia in Cherokee county, between Canton and Roswell we currently have: 3 pumper/engines, 1 pumper/tanker, 1 Technical Rescue Truck and an EMS Squad housed in 3 stations. We have an aggressive training staff that trains our members in fire suppression, EMS, extrication, rope, and heavy rescue techniques. We work in conjunction with the Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Management Agency to provide the highest level of "Community Oriented Fire Protection" possible. Our mission is to provide service to our community by protecting it from: loss of life or property, minimize suffering and damage due to fire, environmental emergencies, natural disasters and other catastrophes through prevention, education, and suppression. The members of the Hickory Flat Fire Department are also members of the community. As such they have an interest in promoting certain causes which include:

  • The Hickory Flat Junior Member Program for community members under 18
  • CPR Training provided on request
  • Station 3 and Station 32 are no longer drop-off points for newspapers and other paper products which are recycled. This has moved to the county recycling center on Blalock Rd.
  • The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts can call on the fire department for a visit or tour of a fire station. Hickory Flat's Community Fire Prevention Education Program is run by fire-fighters that volunteer their time visiting a school or pre-school,and give talks on fire prevention and safety to the students at school.