Richfield-Misenheimer Fire Department

The Richfield-Misenheimer Fire Department provides emergency services to a primary response district of approximately thirty three square miles that includes areas within Stanly, Cabarrus and Rowan Counties as well as the municipalities of The Village of Misenheimer and Town of Richfield.  The department was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in Dec. 1955 with the combined efforts of community groups, businesses and individuals that saw the need for a local community fire department.

Over the years the department has strived to provide for the best service possible in a proactive way to those within the community. Currently the department operates out of one station located on west Church Street in Richfield with around thirty volunteers and a paid part time staff to help cover incident response during the weekdays while the volunteers are working their full time jobs.

Our Emergency Vehicles

The Vehicle Response Fleet consists of the following:

Squad 22: 2011 F-250 Ford Pickup, Quick Response Unit, Service/Utility Truck, Command Unit
Brush 226: 1999 Ford F-350, Primary First Responder Unit, Quick Response Unit, Brush Unit
Engine 221: 2013 E-One Pumper
Engine 222: 2001 Central States Pumper
Tanker 224: 1991 KME Pumper/Tanker
Tanker 225: 2008 Peirce, 2000 Gallon Tanker

A History Of Dedication

Non-Emergency Services

In addition to Emergency and non emergency response services, the department is also active in fire prevention and general safety programs for area schools and day care facilities as well community groups.  The department utilizes a fire safety house for community events when possible to provide additional fire safety information to the community as a whole during such events.

For additional information concerning fire department operations or to inquire about fire safety programs, please contact the following:

Chief Bryan Dunn
Richfield-Misenheimer Fire Department
Cell:         704-791-3129
Station:   704-463-7613

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