Sam Heaton
Fire Chief

1595 County Services Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30008
(770) 528-8000




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100 Cherokee Street
Marietta, GA 30090
(770) 528-1000
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Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services


Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services Headquarters Staff are happy to fulfill all lawful and proper requests for reports in a timely manner as prescribed by Law. There is a cost associated with the release of some reports, set forth by State Law and County Ordinance. To facilitate requests for reports and records, below are some links to forms and some general information:



FIRE & EMS REPORTS

Reports are not available at your local fire station. Fire Headquarters located at 1595 County Services Parkway in Marietta Ga. 30008 is the only authorized location to perform this function.

To request a Fire or Emergency Medical report (se below for Phase I and Tier II information), you may call 770-528-8000, or fax your request to 770-528-8323, or submit an e-mail to the Departmental Custodian of Records to: Ellen.Black@cobbcounty.org.

You may use the link below to the Records Request Form if you wish, but this is not mandatory. Any form of written correspondence (letter, subpoena, e-mail, etc.) is sufficient. We will be in contact with you to advise if the report that was requested exists, if it is available, whether it can be released or not, and any fees (where applicable) that may be assessed. If there is a cost associated with your request, you will be notified, and reports will be released only upon receipt of payment. Only checks made payable to Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services will be accepted, mailed to the attention of the Records Custodian at the above address. However, checks and cash are accepted in person at the above CCFES Headquarters address. We are not set up for billing, nor do we accept credit or debit cards at this time.

Please see the link below for further explanation on records request policies and guidelines.

Records Release Policy

Records Request Form



PHASE I SITE ASSESMENT REQUEST


All Phase I Site Assessment requests should be submitted via email to Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services at PhaseIRequests@cobbcounty.org.

The request must include:
1. A complete street address (i.e. address number and street name)
2. When possible, include the nearest cross street to the address
3. Specific information that is being requested, i.e. under/above ground storage tanks, hazmat spills, fires, etc.

Requests cannot be processed with a parcel or land lot number.

Upon completion of a records search, an email acknowledgment of the results will be sent. If any record(s) are found they will not be provided unless a specific request of copies of record(s) is made. There are fees charged for copies of records. Fees are due prior to the release of the records.

For Phase I Requests involving Fire Code Data (i.e., Fire Code Violations, Inspections, etc.), the Fire Code Data request should be directed to Lee Ann Jean at LeeAnn.Jean@cobbcounty.org or Brittney Ingram at brittney.ingram@cobbcounty.org.

For more information about records requests and the official policy for Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services, please click here.

If you have any questions email PhaseIRequests@cobbcounty.org attention Pete Swisher.


TIER II REPORTS 2008

2008 Tier II reports should be submitted electronically to the Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services at Tier2@cobbcounty.org. It should be submitted in a .t2s or .zip format.

For more information about reporting requirements and the newest version of the Tier 2 Submit Software, visit the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) website at: http://www.epa.gov/oem/tier2.htm.

If you have any questions email Tier2@cobbcounty.org attention Cindy Carroll.

Tier II reports should also be submitted to the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). For more information about Cobb County’s LEPC please visit www.cobbresourcecouncil.org.