Fire/Rescue

Leland Fire/Rescue

The Town of Leland Fire/Rescue Department was originally established in 1959 as a volunteer non-profit organization. Over the years, it transitioned to a combination department. In 2017, the department became a part of the Town of Leland.

Today, the department consists of 48 full-time sworn personnel, a full-time civilian Administrative Coordinator, four part-time positions, and volunteer sponsorship staff operating out of three fire stations. We protect and provide service to approximately 37,000 residents in the Town of Leland, the Town of Belville, and parts of northern Brunswick County.


Our Mission

To serve, be ready, and create excellent outcomes. 

Our Vision

The Town of Leland Fire/Rescue Department is the place of choice where motivated people can be their best. We have shared values and are fulfilled by the work we do and the excellent outcomes we create. We are engaged and dedicated in service to each other and our community, who trust us to protect their safety, resources, and quality of life.

Learn more about our mission, vision, and core values.

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Contact Information

1379 River Road SE

Leland, NC 28479

Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency: (910) 371-2727


Ronnie Hayes

Fire Chief

Chris Langlois

Public Safety Director