Cordova Fire and Rescue

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05/06/2014 -

Station Specs

Department Name: Cordova Fire and Rescue

County: Richmond

Address: 108 7th Street, Cordova, NC 28379

Municipal or Private? Municipal

Type Department: All Volunteer

Number of Stations: One

Do you provide EMS? Yes

What type? BlS, First Responder

Specialty Operations: Heavy Rescue, ATV SAR, and Water Rescue

Annual Budget: $110,000-115,000

Area Covered: 50.143 square miles

Population: 3368

Total Runs: 348

Fire: 129 — EMS: 149 — Rescue: 70

Chief: Ray Webb

Chief Officers:
Assistant Chief Eddie Cagle and Deputy Chief Jeremy Chance

Other Officers: Three Captains, three Lieutenants, and three Safety Officers

Number of Members: 35

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 910-895-9713

Please visit our website at and like us on our Facebook page.


Pictured left to right: Deputy Chief Jeremy Chance, Chief Ray Webb and Assistant Chief Eddie Cagle.

How Are You Recruiting and Maintaining Your Volunteers?
We currently do not have a recruiting program. Most of our volunteers have been with us for several years and continue to do what they do because they truly love helping others.

Community Outreach
Fire Prevention with both schools and day care facilities

Top 2 Concerns in Your Community?

  • Increased number of water rescues
  • Multiple industrial plants

What Upgrades Will You Make to Your Department this Year?

Any special hazards or unique businesses in your community?
Our hazards or unique businesses include a paper mill, textile mill, rock quarry, water treatment plant, natural gas company, Hwy 74 Bypass, two major highways, and the Pee Dee River

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