About Us
The Autauga County Rescue Squad is dedicated to serving our community by providing services such as; water rescue, search and rescue, rope rescue, first aid, K-9 team, and volunteer service. Our members enjoy all the perks of our organization. Our organization has been widely-recognized as the best of its kind in Autauga County. Please inquire today about how you can become a part of our organization. We are always looking for community-based volunteers as well. Volunteers aid the community in various ways. To learn more, call (334) 358-4219, or email arescue4219@autaugacountyrescuesquad.net
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A group of citizen band enthusiasts lived in and around Autauga County in the early 1960's and call themselves the Prattville C.B. Club. When someone in the area became lost or drowned or if extra communications were needed, the Club was often called upon to aid local officials with radios and manpower. So much so the group opted to change the direction of the Club and become a rescue squad.

John
Templeton who served as the original president of the group, along with Carl Davis of Civil Defense and George Cook of the Alabama National Guard worked to affect this change.

By 1988, the Club underwent government restructure and incorporated to insure the continuation of the needed services it provides. The first elections were held on January 5, 1989. After 26 years, the Autauga County Rescue Squad was created.
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