Mocksville Fire Department

Mocksville Fire Department Earns ISO 3 Rating – Lower Homeowner Insurance Rates on the Horizon for Mocksville Residents

2024-03-08T16:44:22-05:00

(L to R) FF/EMT Johnathon Bowman, FF/EMT Bryson Collins, FF/EMT Taylor Mohat, Chief Frank Carter, Lt. JoshCollins, FF Michael Galliher Mocksville residents and business owners will see a decrease in their insurance costs thanks to the Mocksville Fire Department’s new ISO rating of 3.   Insurance companies often use ISO (Insurance Services Office) Fire Service Ratings to help set home insurance rates, as a home that is less likely to be severely damaged or destroyed by fire is cheaper to insure. Commendation from State Fire Marshal Mocksville Fire Chief Frank Carter received a letter from State Fire Marshal Brian Taylor last week [...]

Mocksville Fire Department Earns ISO 3 Rating – Lower Homeowner Insurance Rates on the Horizon for Mocksville Residents2024-03-08T16:44:22-05:00

Mocksville Fire Department Recognized by North Carolina League of Municipalities

2023-06-01T12:04:00-04:00

TJ Deluca, fire department risk management consultant for the North Carolina League of Municipalities, recognizes the Mocksville Fire Department for completing its  NC Fire Department Risk Assessment Program.  Deluca presented a plaque to Fire Chief Frank Carter and Human Resources Specialist Emily Quance during the Mocksville Town Board’s May meeting.   The Town of Mocksville prioritizes the well-being of its residents and actively seeks ways to ensure their health and safety. Recently, the Mocksville Fire Department achieved recognition from the North Carolina League of Municipalities for successfully completing the NC Fire Department Risk Assessment Program.  The program assists fire chiefs and towns [...]

Mocksville Fire Department Recognized by North Carolina League of Municipalities2023-06-01T12:04:00-04:00

Heavy Rescue Certified: Mocksville Fire Department Goes Above and Beyond for Our Community

2022-01-05T10:34:41-05:00

By Nic Quance (L to R) Chief Frank Carter, Captain Cameron Cheppell, Lieutenant C.J. Dwiggins, Firefighter Joshua Collins, and Firefighter Chris Shoffner were instrumental in helping the Mocksville Fire Department achieve its heavy rescue certification. The hydraulic cutter & spreader, AJAX pneumatic breaker, metal saws and rope gear bags on the table represent a portion of the $50,000 worth of equipment the certification required. When disaster strikes, many of us don’t think twice about the availability and capability of our first responders. However, the hard-working people behind the scenes are constantly making sure that these emergency services are ready for anything. [...]

Heavy Rescue Certified: Mocksville Fire Department Goes Above and Beyond for Our Community2022-01-05T10:34:41-05:00
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