Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services is asking residents to participate in a Community Stakeholder survey to gauge how well they’re doing. CHEROKEE COUNTY FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES via Facebook

Cherokee Fire surveys residents for accreditation

Cherokee County residents are asked to participate in a Community Stakeholder Survey to gauge how well the county’s Fire & Emergency Services is doing.

The survey is part of the department’s effort to be accredited by the Center for Public Safety Excellence and the Commission on Fire Accreditation International, according to a Fire & Emergency Services posting to Facebook.

The survey is available through Nov. 30 at the department’s website,

“The Community Stakeholder Survey is designed to provide an annual baseline of how well the fire department is performing in the eyes of its customers on specific points of service delivery, and to solicit input on the importance of programs and initiatives currently in place,” the agency said.

The results will guide strategic planning sessions, with a goal of continuous improvement and accreditation, officials said. Information:

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