Chattahoochee Hills – Fire & Rescue

“Your Community Leader in Life Safety”

Greg Brett
Fire Chief
6515 Rico Rd.
Chattahoochee Hills, GA 30268

Ph: Fire Station (770) 463-8177
Fx: (770) 463-8550
Emergency: 9-1-1

Administration: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Station Hours: 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
The Chattahoochee Hills Fire Department is responsible for providing an efficient and effective delivery of fire, medical, rescue, and life safety emergency services within the city limits. The department strives to improve the quality of life for City residents by providing public education, fire code compliance, and a constant presence within the community.

• Administration

• Fire Operations

• Fire Prevention & Education / Fire Marshal

Our Goals

• Reduce and prevent the loss of life and property damage

• Provide reliable and consistent emergency medical response

• Increase home and business safety through education and inspection

• Protect the environment from destruction


Administrative duties for the the fire department include general management of personnel, department budget activities, purchasing, compliance reporting and public information.  The Fire Chief is the administrator for the department.

I am honored to be serving as the Fire Chief of Chattahoochee Hills. Our goal is to always provide the highest level of professional fire and medical services possible to all citizens and guests of Chattahoochee Hills. Every person’s safety and care is important to us, and so it is my pledge to every individual we will deliver the personalized services you need in a friendly and highly effective manner that sustains your safety and confidence.

As our city grows Chattahoochee Hills Fire & Rescue will remain professional, vigilant and courteous … we are YOUR “community leader in life safety.”

Greg Brett

Fire Chief

Birthday Parties


Have your child’s birthday party at the Chattahoochee Hills Fire Station!

Chattahoochee Hills residents can schedule a birthday party at the Fire Station.  The party will be held in the bay area, with tables and chairs provided.  You bring everything else and the kids will have an opportunity to see and touch the fire engines, medical rescue unit, firefighter gear and talk to the city’s firefighters.

All parties must be scheduled on a weekend and with advanced notice of at least two weeks.  The party time is two hours.  There is no fee for the party but donations to the Fire Department are welcome.  Please call Chief Lyle at 770-463-8177 to schedule your party.

Burn Permits & Burn Ban

This coming Sunday, October 1, the EPD-mandated burn ban will be lifted

Note, this is our first year with an ordinance we should enforce when persons are grossly negligent or repeatedly ignoring the outdoor burning (ordinance) requirements.  

Outdoor Burning Ordinance

The outdoor burning ban is under the jurisdiction of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Environmental Protection Division (EPD), Air Protection Branch.

The Georgia EPD imposes a ban on outdoor burning to comply with Federal Clean Air Regulations.  During the summer months in Georgia, the ozone in the air we breathe can reach unhealthy levels.  The Georgia EPD has identified open burning as a significant contributor of the pollutants that form ozone.  Consequently, open burning in metro Atlanta and larger counties must be restricted during the summer months.

Fulton County is included in the burn ban which is in effect from May 1 through September 30 each year.

Open burning is allowed October 1 through April 30 each year.  During this time, you may burn limited yard debris (leaves, pine straw, and small limbs).  The following restrictions for burning also apply:
Burning is allowed between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and one hour before sunset (no smoldering or hot coals remaining).
No burning is allowed on windy days (10 mph or higher)or on days when the atmospheric conditions (cloudy, overcast or raining) would cause the smoke to remain low to the ground.
Burning must be attended by an adult who must be watching the fire at all times.  Never leave a fire unattended.
A water hose must be on hand that can reach the fire, and can be ready to use if needed.
Fires must be at least 50 feet from all structures, including fences of combustible material, etc.
Fires may not be started with petroleum-based products.

You may not burn refuse or other combustibles, such as garbage of any kind, construction material, plastic products, fiberglass, tree trunks, stumps, kudzu vines, or corn stalks.  Any material that is moved from one location to a different property cannot be burned.  Burning for recycling wires (to access metal) or tires (to access wheels) is not allowed.  For information regarding alternative methods to dispose of yard waste, contact the Georgia Environmental Division at 404-362-2537.

Please understand that even if you follow all of the guidelines for burning, you may be required to extinguish the fire if it adversely interferes with another’s enjoyment of life, use of property, or if someone with a health problem is affected.

Contact the Chattahoochee Hills Fire Department at 770-463-8177 prior to any outdoor burning.

NOTE: During the burning period, a fire official may prohibit burning at times when atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make burning hazardous.

For additional information, please visit the Georgia Forestry Commission website at: