Meet Our Firefighters
Chief Edward Barnett Jr. leads the Department made up of Paid Part-Time Firefighters and Volunteer Firefighters.
Our Firefighters are certified in fire fighting, vehicle extracation and emergencies
Joseph T. Goodwin, Chairperson
John West, Secretary
Billy Joe Armstrong, Treasurer
Roosevelt Hezekiah, Joanie Pinter, Charles Wood, Kenneth Wright
Meetings of the Commission Board are held the first Tuesday of every month beginning at 6 p.m. in the fire station training room.
Meetings are open to the public
Edward Barnett Jr, Fire Chief
Allen Sumpter, Lieutenant
Bruce Jenkins, Lead Firefighter
Officers meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month beginning at 6 p.m. at the fire station training room.
Firefighter meetings follow at 7 pm.
Terry Parlor, Chairman
Brian Capers, Vice Chairman
Mary Ann Larkin, Secretary/Treasurer
Barbara J. Hilliard - Alan Shurtleff
The Development Board's main
function is fund raising.
Santee Fire Service District has two station to support coverage throughout the District
Located in Santee, South Carolina, our fire department proudly protects and serves the residents of Santee and surrounding area.
Our primary response area is Santee and the immediate surrounding area.
We are a combination department with a roster of 16 personnel made up of both career firefighters and volunteers who assist with fire suppression, rescue services, emergency medical care, and fire prevention.
Our Archives section is Under Construction. This is where you will be able to find pictures and information on our responses.
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Mutual Aid Partners in Orangeburg County
Elloree, Providence and Vance
Mutual Aid Partners outside the County
Clarendon County and Fort Mott
Using training and education as our foundation, the Santee Fire Service District is committed to providing professional fire and life safety services to the citizens of our community in a fiscally responsible manner. We, as a team, will strive to minimize losses and suffering through effective emergency service delivery, public education and community involvement.
ALWAYS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
Check back to see the history and photos from the beginning of the department