City Annex Building
304 E. Colonial Avenue
8 am to 5 pm
Monday thru Friday.
The City of Elizabeth City is a dynamic and unique city with a diverse ethnic background. The Elizabeth City Fire Department has been a vital part of the City's past and will play an even greater role in providing safety for its citizens in the future.
Who We Serve:
The Elizabeth City Fire Department serves the citizens of Elizabeth City and the Pasquotank Central Fire District.
The mission of the Elizabeth City Fire Department is to provide the highest professional level of life and property safety through the extension of Life Safety Operations, Fire prevention, Public Education Programs and Emergency Medical Care.
The vision of the Elizabeth City Fire Department is to serve and protect the citizens of Elizabeth City from fires, injuries, medical issues and natural or man-made disasters and to improve the quality of life for out citizens.
The Elizabeth City Fire Department is commited to out mission of providing the highest level of Life and Property Safety. In order to accomplish this goal, the department has established these core values that are essential to maintaining a Professional Customer Service.
-Dedication- We are dedicated to serve our community and department to the best of our abilities.
-Professionalism- We realize that we must maintain a positive attitude and a responsibility to respect every citizen and employee that we make contact with.
-Integrity- We must hold ourselves to a high standard of trustworthiness, and ethical image and to hold ourselves accountable for our actions.
-Teamwork- We understand that no one individual can accomplish our goal. We work together with our members and the community.
-Honor- We understand that it requires a huge commitment and strong character to perform the department's task. We inspire each other through pride in our department, and a belief that every action reflects on all members of the department, both past and present.
*NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS*
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