Thank you for visiting the Morehead City Fire EMS website. The Morehead City Fire EMS Department is a full service department offering: fire suppression, fire prevention, Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedic transport, inspections, fire investigations, and rescue of trapped victims.
The Morehead City Fire Department was established in 1906 and the Morehead City EMS Department was formed in 1958, as Morehead City Rescue Squad. On July 1, 2000 the two departments merged, creating the current Morehead City Fire EMS Department. On October 1, 2014, Morehead City Fire & EMS merged with Wildwood Fire EMS. The department now protects an area of 23.0 square miles. This includes Mitchell Village-Crab Point Fire District and the Wildwood Fire District with an approximate population of 28,000 residents between the city and two districts.
Station 1 | (252) 247-2512
Station 2 | (252) 726-5040
Station 3 | (252) 726-1144
Interested in being a Fire Fighter? Check out the Crystal Coast Fire Academy by contacting Casey Arthur with Carteret Community College, at (252) 222-6201.
The Fire & EMS Dept. relies heavily on volunteer members and is always looking for good volunteer members.