Did you know Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services responds to over 96,000 requests for aide annually? The department delivers service to the Gwinnett community through 31 fire stations with 31 engine companies, 12 ladder trucks, 33 ambulances, and 3 alternative response vehicles. All emergency response vehicles are staffed with EMT’s, and paramedics and all response vehicles are equipped to deliver advanced life support. The department is actively engaged through the Community Risk Reduction in educating and preparing the public for fire, medical emergencies, and natural disasters. During Safety Month, we challenge you to learn more about Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services, make a home safety plan and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Being healthy matters in Gwinnett! Live Healthy Gwinnett has relaunched the Community Health Dashboard, LiveHealthyGwinnettData.com, providing a free, dynamic, easy to use, one-stop digital resource for access to community quality of life data. You will find up-to-date demographic, education, environmental, economic, health, social determinant and equity data that highlights trends, challenges and opportunities in our Gwinnett County communities; hundreds of maps, tables and figures and promising practices.
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