Welcome to the Forsyth County Fire and Rescue Association Inc., we were established in 1956 by the Volunteer Fire Departments of Forsyth County.
The purpose of the Association is to coordinate the efforts of all member organizations in order to establish, maintain and standardize county-wide fire protection programs, projects, procedures and training curriculums. The Association is governed by a chief council of member originations which meet every other month. Working sub-committees are established to carry out specific interests such as training, standard operating procedures or to coordinate events in support of the Association. The principal office is located at the Forsyth County Emergency Services, Fire Division facility at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem, NC. Forsyth County Emergency Services, Fire Division also provides administrative and staff support for the Association membership and programs.
The Forsyth County Fire and Rescue Association has a long and rich history in unifying the resources and efforts of all member organizations. The strength of all organizations working as an Association has provided the foundation for improving the proficiency of each department and enhancing the well being and safety of the emergency responders and thus the citizens of Forsyth County.
Congratulations to the 2015 annual award recipients!
Taken at FCFRA Chief's Council Meeting 3/8/2016
2016-2018 Officers installed
On Tuesday November 10, 2015 the FCFRA held there final meeting for 2015. The following officers will be serving the 2016-2018 year. President Chief Scott Routh Gumtree FD, Vice President Chief David Harger Salem Chapel FD, Tresuer Chief Wesley Hutchins Walkertown FD and past Chief Lloyd McCormick Old Richmond FD.