EMERGENCY NUMBER 911 OR 704-821-7100
EMERGENCY NUMBER 911 OR 704-821-7100

OUR COMMITMENT

Service, Professionalism, Integrity, Respect, Innovation, and Trust

Our mission at Stallings Fire Department is to promptly and professionally serve the needs of our community with pride, dedication, and excellence never failing to deliver quality emergency life safety services with the highest level of integrity, commitment, teamwork, and community engagement

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Public Education Section – Public Education is important to Stallings Fire Department.

Please call 704-821-7100

or email jsimulcik@stallingsfire.com for more information.

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Ladder 20s inaugural call. It is officially in service and ready to serve our community. Thank you to the Town of Indian Trail. Also a thank you to all the members, board members, and chiefs that put the time and effort in to make this day happen. ... See MoreSee Less

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During a solar eclipse, traffic safety is paramount due to potential distractions caused by the celestial event. Here are some tips to ensure safe travel:

1. Plan Ahead: Expect increased traffic on roads leading to prime viewing locations. Plan your route in advance and allow extra time for potential delays.
2. Stay Informed: Check traffic updates and road conditions before you start your journey. Stay informed about any closures or detours that may affect your route.
3. Avoid Parking on Roadways: Do not park on the side of the road or block traffic to view the eclipse. Find a designated viewing area or parking lot where you can safely pull over without obstructing traffic flow.
4. Drive Defensively: Be alert and cautious while driving, especially in areas with high pedestrian traffic or congestion. Watch out for sudden stops or erratic behavior from other drivers who may be distracted by the eclipse.
5. Use Headlights: Turn on your headlights to increase visibility, especially if you’re traveling during the partial phases of the eclipse when visibility may be reduced.
6. Don’t Wear Eclipse Glasses While Driving: Eclipse glasses are designed for viewing the sun and can significantly impair your vision when used while driving. Remove them before getting behind the wheel.
7. Minimize Distractions: Keep your focus on the road and avoid distractions such as mobile phones, GPS devices, or taking photographs of the eclipse while driving.
8. Stay Patient: Traffic congestion during a solar eclipse is common, so remain patient and courteous to other drivers on the road. Remember that safety is paramount, and it’s better to arrive late than to risk an accident.

By following these tips and exercising caution, you can ensure a safe and enjoyable experience while traveling during a solar eclipse.
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Contact Info

Email applications to  jsimulcik@stallingsfire.com

EMERGENCY NUMBER 911
Phone: 704-821-7100

Our Emergency Equipment

Union Co Dispatch Channels

.220
Union Co Fire Disp
.400
Union Co. Ems Disp
.125
Monroe Fire Disp
.850
Union Co. Sheriff
.925
Monroe City Police