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Early voting for the General Runoff Election begins Monday, December 14th and runs through Thursday, December 31st. You can vote between 8 AM and 5 PM at either Building G3 (610 Ronald Reagan Drive, Evans) or at the former Euchee Creek Library (5907 Euchee Creek Drive, Grovetown). More voting Information can be found on the Board of Elections Page.  

 

Kết quả từ mức trung bìnhLooking for something fun to do with the family this holiday season? Check out the  where you can explore residential light displays, visit the winter wonderland at Evans Towne Center Park, or create your own tour with the "Directions" tool.

 

Evans ranked #1 by Money  as Best Place to Live 2020-2021. Read more about it here

Dive Rescue and Recovery Team

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Learn about our volunteer dive rescue and recovery team.

The Dive Rescue and Recovery Team is a volunteer team comprised of 40 citizens from all walks of life who obtain their own certifications, training and buy their own diving equipment to perform dive functions. Dive Team members meet the training and physical requirements necessary to voluntarily perform duty as Underwater Recovery Specialists and boat operators.

Team members are strictly volunteer and receive no compensation for any of the services they provide to the community, including conducting underwater searches for missing persons and/or perform forensic underwater searches for physical evidence within bodies of water located in Columbia County. Other duties include (but are not limited to) surface searches, ground searches, rescue and safety operations, and public safety demonstrations and presentations. The Columbia County EMA Dive Rescue and Recovery Team may also be called upon to provide mutual aid to other governmental agencies where written agreements are in place.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Dive Rescue and Recovery Team, please complete the Dive Team Complete Application 2018 Online Form and return it to Columbia County Fire Rescue. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please call (706) 863-7745.