Charlotte Fire Department

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Charlotte Fire Department
Charlotte Fire Department Logo.png
Operational area
Country  United States
State  North Carolina
City Charlotte
Agency overview[1]
Established 1875 (1875)
Annual calls ~ 110,710 (2015)
Employees 1,180 (2015)
Annual budget $110,158,486 (2015)
Staffing Career
Fire chief Jon B. Hannan
IAFF 660
Facilities and equipment[2]
Battalions 8
Stations 42
Engines 41
Trucks 15
Rescues 2
Tenders 6
HAZMAT 4
USAR 3
Airport crash 6
Wildland 5
Fireboats 1
Rescue boats 2
Website
Official website
IAFF website

The Charlotte Fire Department provides fire suppression, emergency medical services, technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, disaster response, code enforcement, fire investigations, and public education for the city of Charlotte, North Carolina.[3] The department is responsible for an area of approximately 300 square miles (780 km2) with a population of over 792,000.[3] The Charlotte Fire Department was officially formed in 1875, the Charlotte Fire Department was officially formed, although the fire service existed for decades before that.[4]

Stations and apparatus[edit]

Engine 37 is a 2005 Spartan/Smeal Pumper.
Ladder 18 is located in west Charlotte. The Wild Wild West
Blaze 1 have an extending stick with a point nozzle called the snozzle.

As of May 2016 this is the current list of stations and apparatus for the department:[5]

Address Engine Truck Wildland Chief Other
1 221 N. Myers St Engine 1 Ladder 1 Battalion 1 Vent 1
2 1817 South Blvd Engine 2 Ladder 2
3 6512 Monroe Rd Engine 3 Rescue 3, Dive 3
4 525 N. Church St Engine 4 Ladder 4
5 224 Wesley Heights Way Engine 5 Brush 5
6 249 S. Laurel Ave Engine 6
7 3210 N. Davidson St Engine 7
8 3210 N. Davidson St Engine 8
9 4529 McKee Rd Engine 9 Tanker 9
10 2810 Wilkinson Blvd Engine 10 Battalion 3 Rescue 10, Dive 10
11 620 W. 28th St Engine 11 USAR 1,USAR 2
12 420 Inwood Dr Engine 12
13 4337 Glenwood Dr Engine 13 Ladder 13 HazMat 1, HazMat 2
14 114 N. Sharon Amity Rd Engine 14
15 3617 Frontenac Ave Engine 15
16 6623 Park South Dr Engine 16 Ladder 16
17 Charlotte Douglas Airport
5308 Morris Field Dr
Engine 17 Battalion 8 Blaze 1, Blaze 3
Blaze 5, Blaze 6, Blaze 7
18 2337 Keller Dr Engine 18 Ladder 18
19 1016 Sardis Ln Engine 19
20 9400 Nations Ford Rd Engine 20 Battalion 5
21 1023 Little Rock Rd Engine 21 Tanker 21
22 1917 W. Sugar Creek Rd Engine 22
23 7400 E. Harris Blvd Engine 23 Ladder 23
24 7132 Pineville-Matthews Rd Engine 24 Ladder 24
25 6741 Pleasant Grove Rd Engine 25 Battalion 6 Foam 1
26 9231 S. Tryon St Engine 26 Ladder 26
27 111 Ken Hoffman Dr Engine 27 Ladder 27 Battalion 2
28 8031 Old Statesville Rd Engine 28 Tanker 28
29 2121 Margaret Wallace Rd Engine 29 Ladder 29 Brush 29
30 4707 Belle Oaks Rd Engine 30
31 3820 Ridge Rd Engine 31 Ladder 31 Brush 31
32 9225 Bryant Farms Rd Engine 32 Ladder 32 HazMat 3
33 2001 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Rd Engine 33 Ladder 33 Brush 33 Decon 1
34 2824 Rocky River Rd Engine 34
35 1120 Pavilion Blvd Engine 35 Tanker 35
36 2325 W. Mallard Creek Church Rd Engine 36
37 13828 S. Tryon St Engine 37 Tanker 37
38 12100 Shopton Road West Engine 38 Dive 38,Fire Boat 38
39 8325 Providence Rd Engine 39 Battalion 7
40 9720 Harrisburg Rd Engine 40 Ladder 40 Tanker 40
41 Charlotte Douglas Airport
5740-B West Blvd
Blaze 41, Blaze 42
Blaze 43, Blaze 45
42 5620 Central Ave Engine 42 Battalion 4

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FY2015 Strategic Operation Plan" (PDF). City of Charlotte. Retrieved 24 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Operations". Charlotte Fire Department. Retrieved 24 April 2015. 
  3. ^ a b "About Us". Charlotte Fire Department. Retrieved 24 April 2015. 
  4. ^ "History". Charlotte Fire Department. Retrieved 24 April 2015. 
  5. ^ "Stations". Charlotte Fire Department. Retrieved 24 April 2015.