In 1956 several members of the local Ruritan Club saw the need for fire protection for their community, so they raised money through fund raising and purchased one fire truck. They used this truck until 1965 when the state set up South Greenville Fire District as a Special Purpose District.
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The South Greenville Fire District has partnered with the American Red Cross in an initiative to deliver and install smoke detectors to our district residents.
Courtesy of FOX Carolina The South Greenville Fire District held its annual Safety Day to bring the community together as part of Fire Prevention Month. October has been designated as National Fire Prevention Month and many local fire departments are working to connect with their communities and spread fire safety tips.