7221 Stoney Point Road, Fayetteville, NC, 28306 - 910-424-0694
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A Summary

The Stoney Point Volunteer Fire Department was founded in 1964 and proudly serves not only our community, but also the City of Fayetteville, town of Hope Mills, and surrounding counties since. We are a full-service provider, and deliver emergency medical, rescue and fire protection services. Our department is internationally accredited with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI), achieving initial accreditation in 2012 and re-accredited in 2017. Stoney Point is currently one of only two volunteer fire departments in the United States listed on the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) Accredited Fire/Rescue Agencies Web site.

Stoney Point responds from two facilities, stations 13 and 19. We house five pumper/tankers, one heavy rescue walk-in, one 75-foot aerial device, one heavy-duty brush truck, a quick response medical vehicle, two rescue boats, mobile support air trailer, a 500-gallon foam trailer, and two prime mover units. Ninety percent of our membership consists of dedicated volunteers with a total departmental membership of over 100 personnel. Many of our members are state-qualified fire officers, firefighters, driver/operators with pump and aerials specialties, emergency vehicle drivers, and fire life safety educators.

All firefighters receive medical first responder training, while 50% of our membership is trained at the North Carolina Emergency Medical Technician level. Several more hold North Carolina Paramedic credentials.

In 2017, our fire department responded to over 1600 requests for assistance. Approximately 50% of those calls were structural, grass/woods, or vehicle fires, false alarms and service calls while the remaining 50% were emergency medical incidents and vehicle accidents. The department is supported by a strong and dedicated volunteer auxiliary providing supplementary and financial support in the furtherance of our emergency response.

If you are interested in volunteering and becoming a member or wish to make a contribution to the Stoney Point Volunteer Fire Department please call (910) 424-0694. Please send written correspondence to 7221 Stoney Point Road, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28306. You may also download the membership application on the site or stop by the station during our weekly Thursday night membership meeting starting at 7:30 PM at Station 13.

Happy Fourth of July

We, Stoney Point Fire Department, wish you a safe and happy celebration of Independence Day. We ask that you keep those overseas and in harm’s way in your thoughts as you enjoy the freedoms they represent and protect.

CSU Releases 2018 Hurricane Season Predictions

Colorado State University has released its projections for the 2018 season. CSU data estimates 14 named storms from 1 June to 30 November 2018, with seven becoming hurricanes and three becoming “major.” See the CSU press release for more information.

Prepare early for a hurricane – the last 72 hours prior to landfall uncertain as the hurricane energy fluctuates. Consult Ready.gov’s resources or the FEMA 2017 Hurricane Guide to make a plan and stay safe!

Summer Safety

Pool safety:

As the weather warms and pools re-open, please take a moment and visit poolsafety.gov to review a variety of ways to stay safe while staying cool. North Carolina had 10 summer drownings last year; let’s make a goal of 0 this year!

Primas

By Jesus Solana (Primas / Cousins) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Weather changes:

Finally, as summer rushes ever closer, be sure to review your home emergency supplies and keep abreast of North Carolina’s ever-changing weather.

  • The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration posts all watches and warnings here.
  • Current projections are indicating a quieter hurricane season this year, but that’s no reason to become complacent. May 15 through May 21 is National Hurricane Preparedness Week; check your supplies and replace anything that’s expired. Ensure you have copies of vital records and pre-established emergency plans for communications, security of your personal belongings, and even evacuation.
  • Visit Ready.gov for even more ideas to make sure you’re ready in case of a disaster.