Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services
We exist to provide superior fire, rescue, and emergency services to the citizens and visitors of Cobb County in a proficient, professional, and compassionate manner. We continuously promote life safety within the county by practicing prevention, planning, education, and training.
To be a professional organization leading the way in setting a standard of excellence.
- Unity through Diversity
ISO Rating & Accreditation
Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services is one of the few county fire departments that has an ISO 1 rating as well as holding the designation as Internationally Accredited through Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) and Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI).
There are approximately 29,700 fire departments in the United States. Of these fire departments only 106 departments have an ISO 1 rating. Additionally there are only 290 agencies accredited by CPSE/CFAI in the United States. Only 12% of the US Population is protected by an accredited fire department.
Community Risk Analysis Standard of Cover
Community Assistance Referral and Education Services (CARES)
- Cobb Fire is dedicated to the needs of the community.
- Many of our citizens are unaware of the vast amount of services that are available to them and, as a result, often resort to dialing 911.
- The CARES team is a specialized unit that seeks to offer people an alternative to relying on emergency services when there are frequently more appropriate resources available to them.
- Areas addressed include, but are not limited to mental health, substance abuse, fall prevention and education, elderly assistance, etc.
- Our referrals come from the fire crews that recognize issues while in the performance of their normal duties.
(Located at Station #4 & Station #16)
Public Safety Mobile Command Unit (900)
(Located at Station #8)
CCFES Medical Operations Unit (MedOps)
(Located at Station #10)
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF)
Cobb County ’s first fire investigation unit was formed in conjunction with building inspections under the newly formed Fire Marshal’s Office in 1968. Today, the fire investigation unit consists of (5) full time investigators. The unit investigates on average between 100-150 fires annually.
All investigators are certified fire investigators and peace officers. Investigators are on call 24-hours a day 365 days a year to respond outside of their normal office hours. Cobb Fire Investigators are responsible for investigating all suspicious and non-suspicious fires where a cause cannot readily be determined by on scene personnel. This responsibility also includes fires resulting in injury and/or death.
We also work closely with the Fire Marshal’s Office, Public Fire & Life Safety Education Division and the Juvenile Fire Setter’s Program to identify and eliminate potential life safety hazards. We are active members of the Metro Arson Task Force (ATF), Metro Fire Investigators Association and the Georgia Fire Investigators Association.
The crime of arson is one of the most costly human-made disasters. Arson indirectly contributes to increased insurance premiums, higher medical costs, lost jobs, lost income, and the increased costs of fire services. We need your help to combat this serious crime. If you have any information regarding any fire related crimes, please contact the Cobb County Fire Investigations Unit.
Cobb Fire Investigations
1595 County Services Parkway
Marietta, GA 30008
(770) 499-3861 (Fax)
Georgia Arson Hotline: (800) 282-5804