Thursday, June 02, 2011


Milton is recognized by the American Heart Association as a "Heart Ready City," and the city's Fire-Rescue Department takes great pride in this designation by working hard to maintain it.

Milton Fire-Rescue CPR Instructors continue to teach all ninth-grade Health classes at Milton High School. This spring semester alone more than 300 students received this life saving training.

The "CPR Saturday" program continues on the first Saturday of every month with free CPR classes for Milton residents and businesses. These classes are held at Fire Station No. 43 located at 750 Hickory Flat Road (click here for directions). To sign up for a class, click here.

You may also find this sign up form at the city's Web site,, under "Find a Form or Permit" > "Online Forms" > "Sign up for CPR Saturdays."

Additionally, the Milton Fire-Rescue Department has recently partnered with Faithful Guardian Training Center and now offers the full American Heart Association CPR class. Citizens who wish to receive a CPR card can do so for a $5 processing fee.

For more information about the City of Milton Fire-Rescue Department, click here.

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