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Fire Department

SWIFT CREEK

Protecting our community,
anytime, anyplace.

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About
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About Us

Swift Creek Fire Department consists of roughly 60 paid and volunteer members. Located in the southwestern part of Wake County, NC, our department has provided fire protection and emergency medical services since 1960. Through our single station and committed staff, we host a fleet of fire and rescue apparatus for Swift Creek and surrounding areas. Swift Creek members hone their skills year round in firefighting and medical training to better serve the citizens in our response area.

OUR HISTORY

OUR MISSION

OUR TRUCKS

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Public Outreach & Events

Public Outreach & Events

Swift Creek hosts a number of events for the public that are held throughout the year. These events include, birthday drive-by's, open houses, and Christmas parades. We also encourage the public to visit the station for tours. For upcoming events, please visit our Facebook page. 

Upcoming Events:

  • Santa Parade - December 16, 2023 2:00-5:00pm

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Volunteer

If you are looking for a way to help others, volunteer firefighting is a great way to give back to the community. However, becoming a volunteer comes with the expectation of being dedicated to the work and training, willingness to learn, and an ability to adapt and overcome any obstacle. If you don't have experience in firefighting or emergency medical services, don't worry, because we are committed to train those who are willing to put the effort. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter with Swift Creek, feel free to come to one of our Tuesday night trainings (7:00pm) or contact us using the info below.

Want to Volunteer?

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Contact
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CONTACT

Address: 5825 Tryon Rd. Cary, NC 27518

Tel: 919-851-1324

Fax: 919-851-4620

In the event of an emergency, please call 911.

For questions, contact, or interest in volunteering,
please fill out the form below.

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