The Mint Hill Fire Department provides fire, medium-duty rescue and first responders 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. We protect nearly 40 square miles with a population of 30,000 averaging around 5,000 total responses.
Both stations provide fire suppression and emergency medical and rescue services to the residents of Mint Hill.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the fire stations?
How do I arrange a tour of the fire station?
You can schedule a tour of the department with children. Please visit our Public Education request page hereGo to FAQ
How do I get a smoke detectors or carbon monoxide detectors if I can't afford them?
You may contact our front office at (704) 545-4866 for more information or use the online contact form.Go to FAQ
How do I know when to change the batteries in my smoke detectors?
The National Fire Protection Association reports that 71% of smoke alarms which failed to operate had missing, disconnected or dead batteries. It is recommended that you check your smoke detector batteries once a month. You should install new batteries once a year. Pick a date, like a birthday or the change to daylight-savings time, and make sure all of the smoke detector batteries in the home are replaced.
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Daylight Saving Time (U.S.) 2017 begins at 2:00 AM on
Sunday, March 12
And ends 2:00 AM on
Sunday, November 5
How do I know how many smoke alarms my home requires?
It is important to have a smoke alarm on every level of your home and outside each bedroom.Go to FAQ
Who do I contact regarding home inspections for foster care?
Mecklenburg County Fire Marshal's Office, 704-336-2154Go to FAQ
Why do Firefighters take the fire engine out to eat?
Firefighters do everything as a group, that is why you may see us out eating together. Firefighters & Ambulance personnel ride in their respective apparatus for meals to ensure that they are ready to respond at a moments notice.Go to FAQ