Williamson County Rescue Squad

WILLIAMSON COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD proudly protects 56350 people living in an area of 352 square miles. We operate out of 4 stations that protect a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status. We are currently upgrading our medical response service to ALS per availability of trained personnel.

***** FUND RAISING SCAM ALERT! SEE NEWS. ***** The Williamson County Rescue Squad was established in 1966 by the Williamson County CB Club. We started off with a converted school bus and a boat. Our primary job was searches and body recovery. Over the past 40 years this department has grown to 4 stations and over 100 members. The Williamson County Rescue Squad, Inc. receives some funding from Williamson County but mostly relies on donations from the public. Check our NEWS section for updates on our 2006 fund drive and ways you can help us help you and your neighbors. In October 2006, we hosted the annual TN Assoc. of Rescue Squads annual convention. We are proud to have served and supported the local communities in our response area  and look forward to the ever-evolving future of Public Safety in Tennessee.

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