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Fairview Fire & Rescue would like to thank the citizens of Fairview and the surrounding communities for the successful BBQ. It was great to see everyone stop by and grab some of the best BBQ around.
The annual Fairview Fire & Rescue Pork BBQ will be held on February 10, 2018 beginning at 10:00 a.m. Dine in or take-out available. $9 per plate, bulk BBQ pork, or a bag of three sandwiches. Bulk slaw is $4. Hope to see you there.
The Fairview Fire & Rescue annual meeting date has been set. Thursday, July 27th at 7:00 p.m. All firefighters, family, and community members are invited to attend.
The annual Fairview Fire & Rescue Pork BBQ will be held on February 11, 2017 beginning at 11:00 a.m. Dine in or take-out available. $9 per plate or bulk BBQ pork. Come and enjoy some of the best BBQ around.
Fairview Fire & Rescue and the community welcomes home it's newest fire apparatus, ENGINE 30. The truck is a 2015 Toyne manufactured in Breda Iowa and rides on a Spartan chassis. The truck carries 1000 gallons of water and pumps 1500 gallons per minute, it will carry five firefighters and all the gear needed to protect our community. This is a very well built and designed truck that will serve the Fairview community for the next 20 years. Thank you to the apparatus design committee and t...
The Fairview Fire & Rescue and the community are anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new fire truck to serve the Fairview and surrounding communities. The new truck should arrive in early January. The new engine company is E-30 and is a Spartan/Toyne out of Breda Iowa. We are extremely proud of this new truck and would like to thank the town of Fairview for making this possible for the Fairview community.
Fairview had new storage boxes added to the top of R-3. The addition of storage space with allow the apparatus to carry more equipment to better serve the community for any incident that may arise and also to achieve the NC Rescue Association Rescue certification. Thank you for the support the community gives to its Fire Department.
Fairview is finishing up the NC Ropes classes preparing to upgrade to certified Heavy Rescue and preformed a practical simulating removing a deer hunter from a tree stand. This type of rescue has a high possibility of happening in our community, there for the training has been very beneficial. The training course has consumed six months of classes and practical evolutions. With Fairview's response district containing a NC State Hwy and US Hwy, both with the ability to produce complex rescue ...
Fairview was fortunately to acquire a extremely well built residential structure to conduct live fire training in. The house was built in 1940 back when a house was built to stay around awhile.Tongue and grove ceilings and hardwood floors. The structure had a full basement as well. The Mint Hill FD. was invited and the day was a huge success despite a little rainy weather. There were allot of fires to fight and learn on allowing the opportunity to experiment with different nozzles, water pattern...
Please join the members of Fairview Fire & Rescue in welcoming our new QRV (quick response vehicle). The 2008 Crown Vic was equipped and wired by the members. The vehicle will seat five and will be used to respond to medical calls and other calls not requiring the use of the heaver apparatus. The vehicle will also be used to go to training away from the station. The car should relieve wear and tear on the other trucks.
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Fairview Fire and Rescue's new rescue truck was featured in a national magazine article in January 2014. The article was concerning different types of jacks used in rescue operations. http://www.firefighternation.com/author/les-baker
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