MGFPD is seeking volunteers with an EMS or medical background. While MGFPD always accepts volunteers wishing to fulfill the full spectrum of firefighting duties, we are opening volunteer slots for citizens who wish to focus primarily on EMS, especially those with prior medical experience. While some basic fire fighter safety skills will be taught, volunteers would not have to engage in active fire fighting. Over 60% of MGFPD’s yearly call volume is for medical assistance. Here’s your chance to contribute to your community and support your fire district in an active positive way. You will be directly serving and helping your friends and neighbors in their greatest times of need.
Residential burning ended June 1st statewide, and fireworks are only allowed in Morgan City in designated areas, not in unincorporated County area, including Mountain Green.
The Highlands area of Mountain Green is an extreme danger fire zone because of the dense vegetation intermingled closely with homes. Contact MGFPD (email and phone listed in contacts) if you have questions.
Addresses on the following streets (or extension roads & properties from roads on this list north of Old Highway Road) are subject to this Morgan County order:
Change your carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke alarm batteries twice a year and test your system regularly. Many detectors expire after 10 years - some sooner! How old are yours? The date of manufacture is usually printed on the back.