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Old 01-16-2005, 11:36 AM
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Default County fire and ems station numbering

hi, i need to know if these counties use station numbering or apparatus numbering

alexander
allegheny
anson
ashe
beaufort
bertie
burke
cabarrus
chowan
clay
cleveland
duplin
gates
halifax
hyde
iredell
johnston
jones
lenoir
macon
martin
mcdowell
mecklenburg
mitchell
northampton
perquimas
person
polk
richmond
rutherford
stanly
stokes
surry
swain
tyrell
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washington
watauga
wayne
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Old 01-17-2005, 12:32 AM
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Yes, they all do, though station names may be used instead of station numbers for dispatch purposes in some counties, while individual unit numbers are used for equipment and personnel. Don't really understand from your question what info you're seeking. The apparatus and personnel unit numbers usually reflect/contain the station numbers in one form or another.
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Old 01-17-2005, 8:35 PM
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what i am basically asking is who is station 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc for these counties or who uses the numberings in the 10's, 20's, 30's, 100's, 200's, etc
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Default STOKES COUNTY, NC

STATION 30 KING
STATION 31 PINNACLE
STATION 32 LAWSONVILLE
STATION 34 FRANSCISCO
STATION 35 WALNUT COVE
STATION 36 NORTHEAST STOKES
STATION 37 STOKES ROCKINGHAM
STATION 38 SAURATOWN
STATION 39 DANBURY
STATION 40 SOUTH STOKES
STATION 41 DOUBLE CREEK

ALL OF OUR CHIEF'S BEGIN WITH 11 + STATION #
TRUCKS AND EQUIPMENT ARE 1 DIGIT + STATION #
PERSONNEL FOLLOW THE SAME AS THE CHIEF

EX. WALNUT COVE IS STATION 35
SO 1135 WOULD BE THE FIRE CHIEF
AND 835 WOULD BE A PIECE OF EQUIPMENT

STATION 30 IS ALSO DISPATCHED ON THE FORSYTH COUNTY TRUNKED RADIO SYSTEM AND THE CHIEF FOR STATION 30 IS 530

ALL OF FORSYTH COUNTY IS 5 PLUS STATION NO. FOR ALL CHIEFS
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Old 01-17-2005, 10:19 PM
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Default county station fire

you can go to carolina fires page web site for station numbers
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The CFP Website that was mentioned is linked below. They have alot of good references and also (shameless plug here) are a great incident notification network for North and South Carolina (end shameless plug).

http://www.carolinasfirepage.com/

Relevant posting info - Onslow county has a station and apparatus numbering system.
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The CFP Website that was mentioned is linked below. They have alot of good references and also (shameless plug here) are a great incident notification network for North and South Carolina (end shameless plug).

http://www.carolinasfirepage.com/

Relevant posting info - Onslow county has a station and apparatus numbering system.
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Not in the requested list but in case anyone is interested.

Rockingham County Stations
dispatched on 46.460 mhz

10 Monroeton
20 Ruffin
30 Wentoworth
40 Williamsburg
50 Madison
60 Mayodan
70 Stoneville
80 Stoneyview
120 Shiloh
130 Northwest Rockingham
140 Bethany
150 Huntsville
160 Oregeon Hill
170 Yanceyville Road
180 Jacobs Creek
210 Leaksville Rural
220 Draper Rural
230 Spray Rural

Trucks are id'ed with the first number of the station if it is a two digit number, and the first two numbers if it is a 3 digit number followed by the following

1, 2, or 3 Engines
4, 5, or 6 Tankers
7, or 8 Brush Trucks
9 Squad
02 Asst Chief
03 Asst Chief (in most cases)
04 Capt (in most cases)
05 Lt (in most cases)

ie Engine 11, Tanker 16 for Monroeton or Engine 171 Tanker 175 for Yanceyville Road 10-02 Asst Chief Monroeton 17-03 Asst Chief Yanceyville Road. etc.....

Chiefs are id'ed as chief and the station # (ie Chief 10, Chief 40, Chief 170)

I hope this helps someone.
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700 was wondering where 714 & 933 were
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Exclamation johnston county EMS

EMS Station Numbers/names
1) Former Micro EMS with combined with Station 8 to form North Johnston EMS
2) 50/210 EMS (1 station)
3) Selma EMS (1 station)
4) Clayton Area Rescue (3 stations)
5) Benson EMS (2 stations)
6) Four Oaks EMS (1 station)
7) Princeton EMS (1 station)
8) North Johnston EMS (2 stations)
9) Smith Field EMS (1 Stations)

i use to run as a volunteer at Station 4 for a few years


Fire Department Names
Antioch
Archer Lodge
Benson
Bentonville
Bethany
Blackmon's Crossroads
Brogden
Clayton Sta 1
Clayton Sta 2
Cleveland
Corinth Holder - Sta 1
Corinth Holder - Sta 2
Elevation
50-210 - Sta 1
50-210 - Sta 2
Four Oaks
Kenly
Meadow
Micro
Pine Level
Princeton
Selma
Smithfield
Strickland's Crossroads
Thanksgiving
West Johnston
Wilson's Mills - Sta 1
Wilson's Mills - Sta 2
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Wayne County Uses Station Names
Goldsboro Fire Dept Uses Station Numbers And Equipment Is Numbered by Station Such As Engine 1, Ladder 1,Engine 2,ETC.
Ems Is The Same Such As Ems Station 1 Is EMS 11,Station 2 Ems 21,Ems Station 3 31,
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Old 03-06-2006, 7:07 AM
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Yes Cabarrus uses Station Numbers and they are as follows:

Allen Station 11
Coldwater Station 12
Flowes Store Station 13
Georgeville Station 14
Harrisburg Station 15 Sta 1
Harrisburg Station 16 Sta 2
Jackson Park Station 17
Mt. Mitchell Station 18
Mt. Pleasant Station 19
Midland Station 20
Northeast Station 21
Odell Station 22
Rimer Station 24

Concord Station 1
Concord Station 2
Concord Station 3 *
Concord Station 4
Concord Station 5
Concord Station 6
Concord Station 7
Concord Station 8
* Administrative Offices, Communications & Training Facility

Kannapolis Station 1
Kannapolis Station 2
Kannapolis Station 3
Kannapolis Station 4
Kannapolis Station 5 *
* Station to be Built

Ems Station 1
Ems Station 2
Ems Station 3
Ems Station 4
Ems Station 5
Ems Station 6
Ems uses 900 Series Numbers

Rescue Station 74 Sta 1
Rescue Station 74-2 Sta 2
Rescue Station 74-3 Sta 3
Rescue uses 74 series numbers

Forestry uses 500 series numbers
Ema & Fire Marshalls use 400 series numbers

Concord & Kannapolis do not use county station numbers

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Lightbulb Surry County Numbering, Etc.

Station Department (Fire & Rescue Units dispatched by station numbers)
# Name
Fire
61 Shoals
63 Ararat
64 Pine Ridge
65 C.C. Camp
66 Jot-Um-Down
67 Dobson
68 Four Way
69 Mountain Park
71 Franklin
72 Skull Camp
73 Westfield (Territory in both Surry & Stokes Cos.)
74 South Surry
75 Bannertown
76 Pilot Knob
77 Central Surry
78 White Plains
79 State Road (Territory in both Surry & Wilkes Cos.)

Rescue Squads
83 Mountain Park
84 Elkin
85 Mount Airy
86 Pilot Mountain
87 Dobson

Forestry Service
Uses 62_ Numbers for Rangers

Mount Airy Fire
Sta. 1 (Engine 1, Apparatus unique numbers for M.A.F.D.)
Sta. 2 (Engine 2)

Pilot Mountain Fire
Dept. was disbanded. Town contracted with Pilot Knob VFD. Previously Sta. 12

Elkin Fire
I'm not sure as to the station number they use nor their apparatus numbers.

Chiefs of VFD/Rescue are 3 digits. Ex. 850 for Mt. Airy Rescue Chief
Apparatus are 3 digits. Ex. 631 for Ararat's main engine, 632 for tanker, 633 for brush.
FF's/Rescue/First Resp. use four digits. 7620 would be a Pilot Knob FF.

County Fire Marshal, EM, Etc. use 700, 800, & 900 numbers.
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Default ems station list

does anyone have an list of the statewide ems stations if you do i would be happy
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This thread has some information:

http://www.radioreference.com/forums...ead.php?t=8786

I couldn't find any kind of comprehensive EMS station list online for the entire state.
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Here is I found that you can have Ive uploaded!

Its for all of Johnston County.
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can anyone get the halifax county ems # and what they are like i know #6 is roanoke rapids anyone have the rest or halifax county?
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im mainly looking for halifax north hampton and warren county ems
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I used to be in the Ahoskie Rescue Squad and my memory of Halifax was that it is called Roanke River Rescue Squad, maybe. Something like that, NOT Roanoke Rapids though. Back then we were all on 39.10 and later, maybe in mid 1970s, moved to 155.280.
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I used to be the Ahoskie Rescue Squad, my memory is that Halifax had the Roanoke River, Enfield, Hollister and Scotland Neck Rescue Squads. Northhampton had one in Jackson, Rich Square, Conway and Severn, I think. We were all on 39.10 and later moved to 155.280. Not familar with Warren County, they might have been on a different frequency.
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