Welcome to the

Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department

Union County, North Carolina
 
 

Monthly Call Report

July 2015

Call Type
Number of Hours
Man Hours
First Responder
43
93
10-50 MVA
9
54
Structure Fires
4
36
Fire Alarms
2
9
Gas Leaks
2
0
Grass Fires
5
14
Misc.
4
12
Standby
0
0
Total Calls
69
Total Man Hours
222
Training Hours
0
Total Hours
222

Message from the Chief

Thanks for taking the time to stop by to learn more about the Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. Our fire department serves 43 square miles in Union County, North Carolina.

Our department operates out of two stations. The main station is located on Highway 75 inside Mineral Springs, North Carolina and houses 7 pieces of equipment. The sub-station is located at the intersection of Rocky River Road South and Doster Road. This station houses 4 pieces of equipment.

We have recently changed from an all volunteer department to a combination department (volunteers and paid staff). We are continually seeking new volunteers for our department. Please contact the fire department if you are interested in becoming a member at 704-843-3189 or email Chief Gaddy at chief@mineralspringsvfd.com.

 

The Newest Addition

to Our Department!

The department purchased this 1992 Humvee from Federal Surplus. They are working on the unit to replace one that is no longer in service.

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Fill the Boot

Saturday, October 10, 2015

7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Members of the Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department will be out at the intersection of Highway 75 and Potter Road collecting money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). This is an annual event for our department and we are proud to help raise funds for MDA. Please come by to help with this much needed fundraiser.