Camden County Fire Rescue announced $1 million in upgrades, that includes a new fire engine and a new $600,000 fire house.
The upgrades were made possible in part through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.
"I am thankful for the leadership of the Camden County Board of Commissioners for their continued investment in public safety and in Camden County Fire Rescue," said Fire Chief Terry Smith. "We are excited to announce the new engine, generators, and Firehouse 18 as examples of our continued commitment to first-rate fire service for the citizens of Camden County."
The Camden County Board of Commissioners has received $190,216 to provide six new fixed generators at firehouses throughout unincorporated Camden County.