11 firefighters with the City of Columbia were commended by city leaders and staff on the evening of November 6, 2018 for the steps they took last month to save a Richland Two student. City Manager Teresa Wilson presented each firefighter with a City LIGHT Award for exhibiting excellence and dedication beyond the call of […]
Columbia-Richland Fire was proud to take part in the 2018 Public Safety Softball Tournament on November 4, 2018. The annual fundraiser brought an afternoon of softball fun to Spirit Communications Park. The Columbia Police Department, Richland County Sheriff’s Department and Lexington County Fire Service also took part. All proceeds raised from ticket sales will go […]
If you happen to like watching live sports we hope you can join us at Spirit Communications Park this Sunday, November 4, 2018! Columbia-Richland Fire is partnering with Columbia Police, the Richland County Sheriff’s Department and the Lexington County Fire Service to raise funds in support of people battling breast cancer. A softball tournament between […]
The annual Halloween Festival at Station 20 in Ballentine once again drew a great turnout on October 31, 2018. A HUGE thanks to our firefighters at the station for doing another great job putting the event together!
Columbia-Richland Fire partnered up with the Columbia Police Department on October 22, 2018 to light up the Ensor Forest Assisted Living Facility off of Monticello Road. The two agencies helped the American Association of Retired Persons distribute and install cost efficient LED lightbulbs to senior citizens. The goal of the pilot program, called ‘This Little Light of Mine,’ […]
Our crew at CFD Station 20 will once again be providing a free night of Halloween fun for area families this year! The annual Halloween Festival will take place on Halloween night, Wednesday October 31, 2018, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. The event will feature free food, games, candy and fire trucks on display! […]
National Fire Prevention Week would end with a bang for Columbia-Richland Fire this year! For the first time ever the department took the fun and excitement of the annual Fire Prevention Parade off of Main Street and into the hearts of area communities in the Capital City! This year the parade route took more than […]
Due to Hurricane Michael offices for both the City of Columbia and Richland County will be closed on Thursday October 11, 2018.
This year the City of Columbia’s annual Fire Prevention Parade will be taken to the heart of area communities in the Capital City. Columbia-Richland Fire Rescue is planning a day of fun and educational outreach that will come together on a Saturday. The route of the parade will also be different as participants will be […]
Sunday October 7, 2018 officially ushered in National Fire Prevention Week across the U.S.A. As we get the week started Columbia-Richland Fire wants to tell you a little bit about this year’s theme for the week created by the National Fire Protection Association. ‘LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN.’ Basically our firefighters want you all to take a […]