Stallings Fire Department has been serving the needs of our community since it was organized and incorporated on July 19, 1954, by Stallings residents EE Austin Oliver Duckworth, Herbert W Fincher, G. Ira Broome, Carl Stallings, and I.S Noles.
Organized in 1954, the Stallings Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., was one of the first volunteer fire departments started in Union County, North Carolina. The department provides an all-hazards response to approximately 16.5 square miles for parts of unincorporated Union County along with two municipalities; Indian Trail and Stallings. Due to tremendous growth in the area over the past years, the Department has transitioned from being a completely volunteer department until 2003, to predominately relying on part time staffing to answer calls.
Our Headquarters / Station is currently located at 4616 Old Monroe Rd, Indian Trail 28079. Stallings Fire Department ISO Rating is currently a 3 and a 9E. The current station houses 3 Engines, 1 Ladder Truck, 1 Heavy Rescue, 2 Support Vehicles, and 1 Brush Truck. With the added growth in the area, a plan is in place to add a second station to the area in the coming future.