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Mt.Mitchell Fire

Fire Station in Kannapolis
5875 Old Salisbury-Concord Road, Kannapolis, North Carolina
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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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Hello Mt.Mitchell community hope everyone is having a great day and a safe one at that. The Mt.Mitchell Fire department would like to remind everyone to stay safe tomorrow for there is a chance of rain or thunderstorms with a possibility of hail and tornadic activity that might hit our area. Plea...

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Hello Mt.Mitchell Fire Department community all of us here at Mt.Mitchell Fire would like to introduce to our two county district. Free smoke alarm installation, if you are in need of a smoke alarm please contact us and we can schedule a good day and time to come out and install you smoke alarm f...

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Hello everyone Mt.Mitchell fire department would like to remind everyone to please check and change your batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Also we would like to remind everyone that thanksgiving is also around the corner, while traveling please be sure to follow the rules of the...

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Fireworks safety

With July 4th right around the coroner Mt. Mitchell Fire Department wants everyone to be safe. Many people may be shooting off their own fireworks, please make sure you take the proper steps to prevent any unwanted and unintended fires. By having a clear area free from power lin...

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Storm Tips for 2020

I hope everyone is doing well. Mt.Mitchell fire department would like to share some safety tips for this year's storm season to help keep everyone safe this year. Also we hope everyone has been doing well through the covid-19 epidemic.

Safety tips.

Since there has been a l...

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Announcement 

Mt.Mitchell fire department would like to let everyone know that the coronavirus is serious and would like to give some helpfull tips on how to stay safe. We would like to encourage everyone when coughing or sneezing to please use a tissue or covering your mouth followed by washing...

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Mt. Mitchell Fire Department BBQ sale

Feb 17, 2020 – Feb 29, 2020

I hope everyone is doing well. All of us at Mt. Mitchell fire department would like to welcome everyone to join us on February 29th 2020 for our BBQ sale, we will start serving at 10:00 am until we run out of food. This sale will help equip our firefighters and first responders with equipment nee...

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A New Year to welcome new volunteers. If you live in the Five mile Radius of
Mt. Mitchell Fire Department or in the community close to our station, we welcome you to help us grow our department and community. If you would like more information please call us at the number on the website or em...

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Testimonials

6 years ago
- David H

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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