Mission

Mission Statement

Serving the Huntersville community since 1923

It is the mission of Huntersville Fire Department to protect lives and property through a comprehensive program of fire suppression, fire prevention; public education; rescue; extrication and EMS first responder services to the community.

The Department is committed to providing the highest level of service and professionalism to the residents and visitors of Huntersville and the surrounding communities by ensuring all Firefighters receive the highest level of training and continuing education.

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Child Safety Seat Installs / Inspections

The Huntersville Fire Department does not inspect nor install car seats. However, we partner with the Huntersville Police Department who have certified inspector/installers.

If you wish to have a child safety seat installed or inspected, please contact HPD directly at 704-464-5400, or check our calendar for monthly events where we host the HPD for inspections/installs at our Fire Station 4.

The town of Huntersville is the 46th fastest growing suburb in the United States and the 15th largest municipality in the state of North Carolina. With a town population of just over 61,370. Huntersville is made up of over 63 square miles of land and borders the cities of Charlotte and Concord as well as Lake Norman and Mountain Island Lakes. 

The Huntersville Fire Department operates 4 fire stations for the town and is a ‘combination fire department’ made up of Full Time Paid Firefighter/EMT’s supplemented by Part-Time Firefighter/EMT’s. Each station is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Presently the department has  7 Engine Companies, 2 Ladder Companies (one is a Tower Ladder, 1 is a Stick Ladder), 1 Heavy Rescue, 2 Tankers, 3 Brush Trucks, 2 Utility Trucks, 3 Chief officer SUVs, 1 boat and 1 training van. The department responds to all fires, fire alarms, motor vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, water craft emergencies and serious rescue incidents for the town of Huntersville or in accordance with our mutual aid agreements with surrounding communities.

For calendar year 2023, the Department responded to just over 7,100 calls for service (both Fire and EMS combined).