Station 1 replaced the former Fire Station 1 located at 801 Evans Street. This station sits about a half mile from the Intercoastal Waterway. Hurricanes and flooding were major issues with the original station design. The structure was designed to withstand winds of 125 miles per hour and special hurricane shutters were designed to protect windows and doors and a reinforced room was also added for extra emergency shelter.
Station 2, built in 2012, is the newest functioning fire station in Morehead City, replacing the old Fire Station 2 at 3308 Arendell Street. The new station houses the department's Administrative Offices, a conference/training Room, and the department's workout room.
Engine 2, 2006 Sutphen 70-foot Aerial
Rescue 2, 2012 Ford
Crew of 5 | Sleeps 10 | Built in 2012
Fire Station 3 was placed into service in 2007 through a partnership with Wildwood Fire Department. Cooperation between the two departments has allowed for faster responses and improved services in the western end of Morehead City's Fire district.