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Mt.Mitchell Fire

Fire Station in Kannapolis
5875 Old Salisbury-Concord Road, Kannapolis, North Carolina
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Hello everyone due to the winter we would like to let everyone know that our community meeting has been moved to Monday the 24 along with our raffle ticket drawing, If you would like to get tickets for the raffle please stop by the station from 8am to 4 pm. Tickets are $5.00 for one ticket $20.00...

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Hello winter weather just to remind everyone to please be safe in this winter weather mix as it is sleeting and possibly icing. If you don't have to go anywhere please stay home, if you have to go anywhere please buckle up and use cation on the roads. If there is an emergency or trees in the road...

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Hello everyone in and around the Mt. Mitchell Fire District in Kannapolis NC. we would like to start this new year's off with wishing everyone a happy new year and please be safe. We would also like to add we are having a gun raffle This week so anyone close by please stop by and pick up some tic...

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Now for the big November Safety tip is about Turkey frying. We know every one knows how to fry a turkey but just for the beginners and for everyone who fries turkeys please don't fry them under in or on A car port, garage, or porch. If your going to fry a turkey go out in the yard and have a fire...

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Hello everyone in the Mt. Mitchell Community and surrounding communities we would like to remind everyone that the time change was on sunday, november, 7th 2021. Also please check you smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide batteries. If you are not sure if you have a smoke or carbon monoxide dete...

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Hello every one in and around the Mt. Mitchell Fire District this month is fire prevention month and this years topic is the sounds of fire safety we will have some attachments for you and your family to go over and help you stay safe just to name a few. When to change your smoke alarm batteries...

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Summer safety tip

1. Make sure to drink plenty of water to keep from dehydrating and eat plenty of fruits.

2. Apply sunscreen while your outside this will help you and your family to keep from getting sunburnt. There are several different kinds of sunburn. There will be a link from the Red Cro...

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Hello Mt. Mitchell community and happy fourth of July all of us at mt. Mitchell fire department would like to remind every about summer safety and will also have some summer safety tips from the red cross, CDC website’s with the link down below we encourage everyone to please look at them so you ...

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Hello Mt.Mitchell community and all our neighboring communities everyone at mt.mitchell fire department would like to remind everyone this april to make sure you and your family have a fire safety home escape plan. They are easy to make and you and your family should practice them day and night t...

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Mt. Mitchell fire

Mt. Mitchell volunteer fire and medical was established in 1967. Serving Cabarrus and Rowan counties, providing excellent Fire protection and medical service's to our community. Also providing mutual aid to our neighboring Fire department's and there community's as well. 
We strive to prevent loss of property and life with adequate fire and medical training that each member goes though to obtain there North Carolina State Fire fighter  certification along with there North Carolina State EMT basic certification, to provide the best patient care for our community and the visitors that travel though our district. Mt. Mitchell fire dept. was awarded a 9 S rating from the state fire marshals officer of a ISO rating of 5 that took effect on 04/01/2017.  
The rating comes from the department of insurance office of state fire marshal. The system they use is the north carolina response rating system, this system looks  at the departments staffing levels, sufficient equipment, proper maintenance of equipment, communications capabilities and availability of a water source ( such as fire hydrants, or ponds were we can obtain water for a fire.) The (NCRRS) rating system ranges from one being the highest and ten being the lowest. A rating of a ten for a fire department is a bad rating because the state does not recognize  that department as a certified fire department. A score of five is a great score for residential houses and their homeowners insurance and fire protection. A score of one is the best score the department can have but this score mainly benefits commercial businesses instead of residential housing.

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5875 Old Salisbury-Concord Road
Kannapolis, North Carolina 28083
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